I posted an article titled " How GOOD GRADES are going to make you Rich in business " If you have not read it you can search this site or search for it.
Now that main idea I got from those books were skills. I said before as reported by the US Department of Labor, the average person changes their career more than three times in their working life. Why do people go through career changes? Many people wake one day, look at their life and ask; is this all I was put on Earth to do?
I really do not like that job. I can not even stand my boss. I'm bored with this job. I just finished with my college degree and I want my qualifications to be put to use. I want to do something meaningful in my life to make a difference in other people's lives.
You are probably saying, what does that have to do with me? It has a lot to do with you. Even though you may not consider yourself to be average, you may know someone that is. Here are some facts the US Department of Labor reports the average salary in the nation is $ 39,190 per year.
Now you're probably saying if you make more than $ 40,000 per year, I am above average Bryan! Are you really? Do you have enough money to go on a vacation right now with all your bills paid for the next few months? Without picking up a few hours at your JOB (Just Over Broke).
I found that transferable skills could have been used in more than one industry / career. Examples of transferable skills are communication and presentation skills. Stop thinking about what that particular industry wants, think about what you want. Yes it's true you're a product of your thinking.
So learning new skills can help advance your career in anything your doing especially in the home business industry. Sharing your new skills with friends could get you new customer or business partner. To help you learn new skills and identify your strengths you posses, you will need a mentor / advisor to guide you to success.
Before you decide to contact mentor / advisor write down, what you like and dislike about what you have been doing? Goals you achieved and did not achieve.
Source by Bryan Brown