When society goes through a major change like this global pandemic we're experiencing now, there's a lot of pain that comes with it. But there are also opportunities for career transformation and career changes. In today’s episode, career educator and entrepreneur Misha Rubin shares some insights on how you can build a meaningful career with the unprecedented number of career possibilities that exist now.
With all the information we're taught throughout our lifetime, no one really teaches us how to search for fulfilling and meaningful careers. In the past, it was common for people to have just one career throughout their entire lives, but that’s changing.
It's now quite unlikely that one person will stick to one career throughout their life. Some careers even disappear or become irrelevant through time. For this reason, it's become increasingly important to know how to embrace career transformation, and carve out a meaningful career path for yourself.
It’s been a painful and grueling year for all of us. But where there’s adversity, there’s also opportunity. There are many career possibilities brought by all the innovations made in the midst of a global crisis. Industries continue to transform, and with that comes new ideas and opportunities.
Employers are now more open than they were before to remote working. There’s never been a better time to take leaps for your career transformation, and to start new ventures with the vast pool of information that’s out there.
If you're willing to learn, and are bold enough to make career changes or start your career transformation, you can carve out a meaningful career for yourself with the multiple opportunities that are available now.
Ready to take that career leap? Find out more about Misha Rubin's program and visit https://thecareerleap.com
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ABOUT PETER BOOLKAH
Hi, I’m Peter Boolkah, business coach, keynote speaker and winner of over 32 major coaching awards. I know how difficult running a business can be and how overwhelming it can feel when things aren’t going right.
One thing I tell my clients is never stop believing in your dreams. Even if you feel your business is wearing you down, you can always find a way to reverse the trend and get back in the game.
Many of the entrepreneurs I work with are great leaders and innovators. However, their businesses lack structure, systems and management. If you don’t have all these parts working in harmony, your business won’t reach its potential. Whether the ultimate goal is to keep or sell your business, you want to see growth year-on-year.
My transition into business coaching came after spending 15 years at McDonald’s. Working for one of the world’s biggest corporate brands exposed me to all aspects of business and gave me the skills and experience to establish my own company.
I know that many entrepreneurs learn by trial and error, but unless you have an endless stream of capital behind you, your chance of success is rare. You often need someone experienced who can analyse your business objectively and put emotions aside when big decisions need to be made.
I’ve been lucky enough to assist many like-minded business owners. These are people who use their success to help those less fortunate. I’ve found that supporting a charity, like B1G1, has given me even more motivation to succeed. It’s wonderful to know that when my business is doing well, many people have the opportunity to live a better life.