In a comfortable world, our courage dulls and that’s not good for us. Having a career strategy keeps your courage sharp and gives you an advantage when opportunity comes.
Do you have a career strategy. What's that? Exactly! It's something every 17-year-old should know but most 70-year-olds have never heard of. That's because we get pushed out of school with a pat-on-the-back and a 'good luck' and that's the sum total of the guidance we are given to begin navigating five decades of a working life.
I have always had a 'Courage Compass' to guide me through my careers as an army sniper, TV cameraman, magician and online entrepreneur. Courage is the ability to face difficulty. If you tap into it, it lets you see opportunity, set a course to it and stay the course.
I teach my 'Courage Compass' because it is needed now more than ever. A perfect storm is brewing. At the same time, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is set to cause large-scale job disruption we have slipped into the habit of outsourcing personal responsibility, and-it’s-hurting-us.
I give it to businesses to get their staff back on track when they’ve lost their way at work. Perfect for any businesses with a disengaged workforce.
I give it to individuals who aren’t sure how to navigate this decade of career disruption. Perfect for anyone who’s not sure what they would do if they lost their job or anyone looking considering a job change.
I give it to young adults who are launched out of the education system without much direction. Perfect for soon to graduate school leavers and tertiary students.
If you have lost your sense of hope and opportunity in your job then know this ... you’re not alone. Globally people feel deflated at work. There’s a mismatch between what employees hope for and what jobs can deliver. There's a lot of frustration that things aren't better.
Problem is frustration often looks like the wrong attitude. Many employees are self sabotaging opportunities right at their fingertips as they stumble on, feeling unrecognised, unappreciated, unheard.
The good news is attitude - the way you approach life and work - can be rekindled and forged into a tool that works for you, not against.
The right attitude is rare these days… and what’s rare becomes valuable. This book shows you how to become valuable, in the process elevating yourself from demanding to in demand.
This book shows you how to reclaim your worth.
Find out how you can stand-up, get noticed and get back in control of your hopes and ambitions.
"I don't think we have ever had such an entertaining and educational feature at any previous sessions. The most impressive point is that each of our attendees could take something practical away that they could use on a daily basis in their workplace." Adam Westerink- Australian Institute of Radiography
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