The-Graduate-HandbookThe Graduate Handbook

You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

Russell J. Bunio thought back to all he had learned from successful supervisors and colleagues when his college-bound nephew peppered him with questions about careers, college majors, and being successful.

He distilled those lessons into 50 best practices to help his nephew—and anyone else—get on the fast track to success upon entering the workforce. Lessons include:

  • Seek out a mentor so you’ll be better equipped to please your primary customer—your boss.
  • Concentrate on doing it right the first time, because you may not get a second chance.
  • Find some kind of fun in your job, and if you can’t, look for someplace else to work.
  • Prove that you’re reliable to generate trust.

Focusing on making positive contributions, avoiding office gossip, and finding time to eat, sleep, and exercise will help you take your success one step further.

Whether you’re a relative trying to help a loved one succeed or a young man or woman seeking to jumpstart your career, the practical guidance in The Graduate Handbook will get you where you want to go.

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