Due to the prominent role they play in the development of young sales and marketing professionals, Blue Moose recently released a statement warning how seemingly harmless habits can be detrimental to long-term success in the business world.
Outsourced sales experts Blue Moose has secured a strong place for themselves in the Manchester market, by investing heavily in fresh young talent. The company has always believed that everyone deserves an equal shot at success and as such, has made it their mission to offer real opportunities for professional success to young people throughout the region. Blue Moose are adamant that the right attitude and a desire to learn combined with support and guidance is a winning formula, and to date, the company has helped a number of sales and marketing professionals to find massive success for the future.
As part of their work with young professionals, Blue Moose is constantly investigating the science of success and researching the most effective strategies to help propel people towards their goals. As part of this continual process, the firm recently released a statement on how seemingly harmless habits can impact long-term success, and how these practices are catching many professionals out. ‘We’re all guilty of a few bad habits many of which we probably don’t even consider to have much impact on our lives. However, over a prolonged period, these ‘harmless’ habits have serious repercussions, and we think it’s important for people to recognise this so that they can take steps to change their behaviour now before it’s too late’ stated a spokesperson from Blue Moose.
The company outlined that habits such as spending time with the wrong people or failing to exercise may on the surface seem unrelated to professional success, but the influence these habits have is extensive. ‘hanging out with individuals who lack ambition and who are negative stunts your own growth and after a while, you will find yourself adopting a similar mindset and reaching for smaller and smaller goals’ states Blue Moose. ‘Exercising is another prime example of how bad habits can transfer to a person’s professional life. The lack of discipline will not only impact overall work ethic, but it will also lead to a person being less sharp and switched on.’
Blue Moose is warning that even habits that appear to be supporting success can hinder it. Refusing to take a break during busy periods can lead to fatigue and cause a person to make more mistakes, as can multitasking, which prevents a person from giving 100% to the tasks they are performing.
Blue Moose summarised in the recent statement that to avoid falling victim to damaging habits, professionals should take an honest look at their behaviours to identify potentially harmful habits. This is the first step to positive change and increased success.