By Susan Ricker
Make your first million. Get the corner office. Start your own company. Take over the family business. Publish a book. Retire by a certain age.
Career goals may vary, but they all mark the reaching of a professional achievement. While it's up to you to decide what career accomplishments matter most, you might not know where to start. "The first step is to visualize what you want and then you create a plan to execute," says Roy Cohen, career counselor, executive coach and author of The Wall Street Professional's Survival Guide.
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