Many people in a variety of business niches are constantly searching for answers to obstacles that plague their professional development, business success, and overall happiness and well being. Susan Hanshaw’s upcoming workshop “Changing Careers: Laying Your Foundation” provides 6 Steps with a goal and a proven formula for achieving each goal.
Q: “What Do You Get In This Workshop? Why Should I Attend?”
A: “Together we will walk through 6 steps each with a goal and a proven formula for achieving each goal:
Goal: Stop feeling stuck in a career that no longer fits
How: Become aware of your choices
Goal: Give yourself permission to experience your ideal work life
How: Identify the beliefs that are holding you back and learn how to let go of them
Goal: Stop second guessing your desire for change
How: Recognize how your values have changed
Goal: Believe in your ability to successfully create a career change
How: Learn the 7 Steps to successfully create change
Goal: Discover your passions and purpose
How: Learn how and where to look for clues
Goal: Believe you can turn your passions into a financially rewarding career
How: Identify the various ways you can generate income from your passions
John Harper oftheharperteamin Danville, California is the best example, template, for Realtors who understand the value of marketing yourself through public speaking. John is an expert, and I don’t use that term very often, in online networking aka social networking. Even more critical to his efforts is the fact that John is an expert in understanding the value of creating a public speaking platform within your business.
Learn How From John Harper
If you wish to understand how to become a go to source of free valuable information to your community as a workshop or keynote speaker, attend John’s presentation “Strategic Thinking About Your Career” Saturday June 28. The workshop is being held at “CPC” Job Seeker’s Group meeting from 9:30-11:30am at the Community Presbyterian Church ( 222 West El Pintado, Room #100 ) in Danville.
Realtors often fail to understand that in consultative sales of any product or service people-buy-people. Unless you are representing a low-price strategy business model, the actual product you are selling is you.
Question: Would You Buy You?
If you believe that believing in yourself is a choice then you must understand how to begin the process. The first characteristic that shapes our reality is our self confidence. But how do you feel confident when you have never done something that feels difficult or foreign to your experience?
How Do I Build My Confidence?
1. Increase Your Knowledge and Expertise:
Enroll in classes from your state association of Realtors, NAR, adult education curriculum, or hire a specific expert coach to provide strategies
Read trade magazines, blogs, and periodicals related to your location Being an “expert” is defined by Websters as “skill or knowledge representing mastery of a particular subject.” Life experience and a willingness to learn will help you become an expert
2. Practice Your Craft:
Repetition and critiquing your performances are the mainstays of any effort to improve. By seriously practicing, being mindful of quality, and relentlessly striving to improve you will become an expert and build your confidence in the process
3. Offer Your Work For Free:
Give free workshops, tutoring, mentoring, or offer your resources to businesses. The key to offering your work for free is the priceless feedback and experience you gain from this activity
4. Find a Mentor:
Lookfor someone who is successful in your niche. Surround yourself with positive people. Allow their positive habits to rub off on you. Make the commitment to expand your base of friends and acquintances