Professionals, like other sections of the demographic divide, have tons to pick up from DISH TV. There are all those role models on the satellite TV airwaves that have the capacity to become icons. They stand for qualities that a professional can inculcate in them. It’s not just the working woman. Any professional can draw valuable lessons from these shows and characters. Here we will pick up five characters from the dish network channels that you have and pinpoint qualities which teach us something that we need to know when it comes to leading a life in a better way.

The first DISH TV character we’ll talk about is Ryan Howard in the very successful show, ‘The Office’. Ryan believes in promoting himself without any qualms. He typifies the modern need for networking. Developing a brand image in the work cycle is important. Professionals who watch satellite TV shows like this often know that just hard work cannot attain certain results. They need to make others know about the work that they are doing. Dish network viewers also know that when it comes to tiding over tough times, contacts can be really helpful. Ryan’s unerring and relentless drive to keep him well promoted at all times is something that we can all learn from.

Next up is the character of Mary Richards on the popular DISH TV sitcom ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’. In a scene, Mary tells her friend Rhoda that she has been cast in a new play. That is a telling statement because professionals can take a lot of stress out of their work lives if they invest time in a hobby. A hobby offers you the opportunity to do something that you want to do, other than the work that you do at office. Channelizing your creative energy into a productive hobby is a healthy trend that satellite TV viewers can find out by watching this show.

If you believe in hard work, take a leaf out of the character of Ted Mosby on the hilarious DISH TV offering ‘How I Met Your Mother’. The series show Ted sneaking back into the office at night to finish up on assignments and sometimes doing extra work. Professionals who want to earn that extra buck or save on money can check the company policies about getting paid for extra work. Working extra doesn’t just get you the dough; it also gets you the brownie points. The boss would always think of you first when the time comes for an appraisal.

The most important character, according to me, is that of Betty Suarez in the satellite TV show ‘Ugly Betty’. Betty believes in learning at all steps. She has that go-getter attitude, is not afraid of challenges and does her work with serious dedication. The best part is that she doesn’t allow her relationships to affect her work. Professional watching dish network can really have Betty Suarez as someone they can look up to. Not to mention, this is the perfect example of brains over beauty!

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