School prepared many of us for jobs that no longer exist, and now life prepares some of us for jobs we’ll invent.
Feel unqualified for work you hope to do in the coming year? No reason to fret if you consider your choices. Why not factor in the art of learning, for instance, and transform your workday into a mental makeover for your next winning role?
It may mean activating hidden or unused parts of your brain, but will likely result in accomplishing things never before accomplished. Sound like a growth plan with dividends?
The brain creates neuron pathways toward new expertise each time we act on what we know to complete parts of what we have yet to learn. How so?
Need more finances, for instance, to pump life into your business plan, or to help you offer a novel service that brings back dollars? You can cut through the clutter of business texts, and get to the nuts and bolts of financing through your own brainpower today. How so?
Analyze one winning activity observed in a successful business person you know, and then create a plan to try out a practice that person does that appears to work. It’s called mirror neurons in brain based terms and we capitalize on the brain’s ability to emulate successful people by watching what they do.
Growth comes only when you tackle the same winning skills seen in others however, because in doing a new task, you rewire the brain’s plasticity for more of the same. The brain creates neuron pathways beyond the ruts that many default to when times are tough.
Still unsure of what to do differently, to shore up depleted funds? Why not start your day with the Wall Street Journal, or Financial Post, to find a money making idea you could run with? Thoughts?