Tag: learning from your mistakes

Why You Should Ask For Feedback After Getting Rejected

Getting rejected is not the most pleasant feeling in the world. That one rejection letter can shatter your hopes and dreams and definitely serve as a mood killer. While your first reaction might be to throw a fit (and probably head out for some ice cream) it might surprise you to know that asking for feedback after getting rejected might be the smartest thing you can do. We do know how hard it is to ask for feedback after getting rejected. However, here are a few reasons why you should swallow up your pride and actually go ahead and ask for feedback:
You’ll Prove That You Want to Learn and Grow
Sometimes when we fail, we lose the will to push on forward.... Read More ...

Is Your Startup Business Failing?

Do you dream of starting your own business? Do you fear it might not succeed? If you’ve started your own business and it’s starting to fail, then it might help you to know that you’re not alone. Did you know that almost 50% of small startups fail within the first four years? And almost 82% fail due to cash flow problems? If you feel like your startup business is falling down, then Akhtaboot – the career network is here to share with you some helpful tips:
It May Be Time to Plan An Exit Strategy
There are a few revealing signs that indicate you need to cash out.... Read More ...

Accepting Constructive Criticism

Criticism can be quite hard to accept sometimes. When your boss criticizes your work, you might find yourself taking it personally. However, constructive criticism is very important for career growth as it can open your eyes to a fault that you may have previously made, but have not noticed. Accepting constructive criticism is a step towards improving your productivity; it gives you the chance to avert future errors, which in return will help you become more proficient.


The first step in accepting constructive criticism is keeping an open mind. You will not grow as an employee if you close off your mind to comments that criticize your work.... Read More ...

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