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Aspiring to Become a Future CEO? Plan your Career with Efficacy and Security

Work on your ideas and plan your career like a CEO to spread your wings efficiently in the desired industry. Maybe, you're born to become a CEO!

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Secure the position of a CEO by taking the right steps towards your career goals. Pixabay.
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Are you inspired by CEO’s like Sundar Pichai and Mark Zukerberg raging the global industry? Do you want to be a CEO yourself, someday?

  • Plan your career goals by setting an achievable priority based action plan 
  • Stop procrastinating; show some action instead that will help you explore yourself
  • Plan your career based on your level of efficiency, security and mental ability

Plan out a successful career that will enable you to get hold over the aspiring seat of a CEO and make an enthusiastic and encouraging future. The following tips will surely help you to plan your career like a CEO,

Engage in Self-exploration

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Self Exploration is the key to plan your career wisely. Pixabay.

The key to career planning and decision making is self exploration. You need to know yourself better to plan your career wisely. Explore your capabilities, hobbies, passion, interest, inborn talents that could work wonders. Get a job and a hands-on experience related to your interests to decide the stream that you can opt for. Ask yourself questions like : What do you love the most? What hobbies do you still carry from your childhood? Where do you picture yourself, five years down the line? Put down your choices and then strategize. It works the best with your own intuitions.

Examine the key Competencies and Skills Required

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Find out your skills and work on them to plan your career timely. Pixabay.

Before you plan your career, throw some light on the competencies that you already acquire and how you can utilize them for making some money and fame. After you select one or two career options, list down the skills that you would require to excel in the selected career. Fill out the empty skills by learning from work experiences within stipulated time and examine those skills on a regular basis. To plan your career, you need to understand time management and security position as well.

Find out Colleagues with Common Interests and Goals

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Seek help from people with common interest to plan your career. Pixabay.

You need to figure out atleast 5 people who are working in the same field that you desire to work on. Talk to them and know about the changes in the industry. While you plan your career, be curious to learn from every person you meet in your life. Those colleagues will  help you frame a strategy according to your common interests and goals. Meet them to get clear cut answers to your mysterious mind exasperating about the near future.

Stay Self Motivated and Energized

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While you plan your career, stay self motivated and energised. Pixabay.

If you’re looking forward to play the role of a CEO, you’ll have to maintain your position on top of the game. Staying self-motivated and energized will enhance your thirst to reach your goals. By now, you already know that career planning takes a lot of your energy and time, so plan your career where you can nourish and nurture yourself. Your daily morning routine should be inspiring and motivated due to your enthusiasm for work. Feed your day with the desired energy and motivation.

Stay Connected and Be a Jugadu’

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Stay connected and updated with the world.Pixabay.

Being a CEO is an efficient position where you need to be the resource person of your whole team anytime and everytime. You need to stay well connected with the one’s whom you think could help you out when in need, be it financial help or mental help. Plan your career in a way to make your Junoon so greedy that it does’t stop until you have reached the destination in reality.

Now, that you’re ready to think like a CEO, work on your ideas and plan your career to spread your wings efficiently. In the words of Steve Jobs,”You can’t connect the dots by looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust in something…your gut, destiny, life, karma.”

-Prepared by Bhavana Rathi of NewsGram. Twitter @tweet_bhavana

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Google Kills off The Ability to Order an Uber in its Maps App. Pixabay

After facing backlash over its involvement in an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered Pentagon project “Maven”, Google CEO Sundar Pichai has enphasised that the company will not work on technologies that cause or are likely to cause overall harm.

About 4,000 Google employees had signed a petition demanding “a clear policy stating that neither Google nor its contractors will ever build warfare technology”.

Following the anger, Google decided not to renew the “Maven” AI project with the US Defence Department after it expires in 2019.

“We will not design or deploy AI in weapons or other technologies whose principal purpose or implementation is to cause or directly facilitate injury to people,” Pichai said in a blog post late Thursday.

“We will not pursue AI in “technologies that gather or use information for surveillance violating internationally accepted norms,” the Indian-born CEO added.

“We want to be clear that while we are not developing AI for use in weapons, we will continue our work with governments and the military in many other areas like cybersecurity, training, military recruitment, veterans’ healthcare, and search and rescue,” Pichai noted.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai
Google CEO Sundar Pichai. (Wikimedia Commons)

Google will incorporate its privacy principles in the development and use of its AI technologies, providing appropriate transparency and control over the use of data, Pichai enphasised.

In a blog post describing seven “AI principles”, he said these are not theoretical concepts but “concrete standards that will actively govern our research and product development and will impact our business decisions”.

“How AI is developed and used will have a significant impact on society for many years to come. As a leader in AI, we feel a deep responsibility to get this right,” Pichai posted.

Google will strive to make high-quality and accurate information readily available using AI, while continuing to respect cultural, social, and legal norms in the countries where it operates.

Also Read: Diversity Issues Take Centre Stage at Google Shareholders’ Meet

“We will seek to avoid unjust impacts on people, particularly those related to sensitive characteristics such as race, ethnicity, gender, nationality, income, sexual orientation, ability, and political or religious belief,” Pichai noted.

Pichai said Google will design AI systems to be appropriately cautious, and seek to develop them in accordance with best practices in AI safety research.

“We will design AI systems that provide appropriate opportunities for feedback, relevant explanations, and appeal. Our AI technologies will be subject to appropriate human direction and control,” he added. (IANS)