If you are wondering how to have a long-term successful career, read the following:
-Picture yourself in 3 years. This time is reasonable enough to apply critical changes to your career.
-Think about how satisfied you are about your goals. If not, your plan won’t be taken very seriously.
-Write down the steps required for reaching your goals along with the time needed for that.
-Specify the skills you need to come forth toward your goals. Don’t forget to set the time frame for each step.
-Make an evaluation for each point on your plan, and think if you can make it, i.e. whether you have enough time or money to achieve it.
-Create a long-term plan, let’s say a one-year plan, and minimize it into steps with deadlines for each.
-Be committed to your plan and edit every step you make or you complete so you feel more dedicated to reaching you goals.
-Check your improvement as much as possible, try to set new tasks with new deadlines, amend your steps and add what you find is necessary.