2016: Suck 2, Lesson 2.

I am telling you our story of 2016 is because (a) I am setting up 2017 to be different and (b) more importantly, hoping you, can gain from our experience. Please read Part 1 too.

As a consequence of the above, we have created two projects, and a third that is too soon to talk about. The first project is BUILDCAREERSKILLS.COM.

Companies (our clients) spend a fair bit of money on equipping employees to do things a certain way. And we remain happy to help. But this year (in 2017), we want to help the INDIVIDUAL too. That will be you, dear reader.

There are vast number of skills that can make a real difference to YOUR career. They are not easy to acquire, because those skills that don't directly benefit the company are rarely funded by the company training program.

We are old enough and have been in business long enough to have many successes and failures under the belt. (And, as mentioned earlier, I have learned more from the failures than the successes.)

And like ALL our programs, this series will be:

  1. Effective/ practicable - and just work

  2. Be based on the very best, proven science

  3. Lead the way in becoming best practice that other people will follow in the future

You can check out our WAITING LIST site if you have a moment. It is just a brief description of our plan, and once we are ready to go, we will let the waiting list know. Of course, I will also announce it here; but if you want to qualify for the special bonuses, drop your email in the box and get first dibs. That will help me to know which programs are more in demand.

LESSON #2

It is important to have a good grasp on your core skills. In our case it is our ability to see the patterns of behaviour that few other people do. By doing that, you can identify new opportunities whilst still leveraging your core strengths. In our case we are doing what we have always done, but we are going to offer it to individuals too. We are going 'retail'!

Sometimes your/our TIMING may be out, but that is not entirely under your control. I don't know who said this first, but this insight is worth thinking about and remembering when things don't quite work out:

Success comes most swiftly and completely not to the greatest or perhaps even to the ablest men, but to those whose gifts are most completely in harmony with the taste of their times.

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