The Entrepreneur’s Source Helps You Achieve You 2.0 by Analyzing the Dangers, Strengths and Opportunities
At the beginning of the year, we all look for ways to transform and become better. Hey, isn’t that why we make New Year’s Resolutions. While nearly 40 percent of Americans start the year off by making a New Year’s Resolution, only 8 percent of those individuals actually achieve the goal they set for themselves.
While many of us strive to become autonomous in our employment, we oftentimes fall into the trap of staying unhappy in our careers due to fears of taking a leap and making a change. If you’re unsatisfied in your current career and are looking to turn your employment situation around, 2015 can and should be the year that you transform from You 1.0 to You 2.0. Make this year’s New Year’s Resolution to achieve You 2.0 and move from Employment to Empowerment.
In 2015, you can achieve You 2.0 by setting clear goals for yourself. Are you unsure of where you should start? Below The Entrepreneur’s Source will explain how you can begin your journey to You 2.0 by analyzing the Dangers, Strengths and Opportunities that come with achieving self-sufficiency.
These are the thoughts and ideas that keep you up at night, the obstacles, stressors and issues that are currently facing you or what may face you in your future. Dangers make an individual feel as if they have no control over their destiny and often discourage an individual from following through the goal that they have set for themselves. Some common dangers that people are concerned about include:
The dangers you face should not paralyze you, there are ways to be proactive and overcoming these circumstances. Each individual has the power to take control of his or her career, aligning yourself with a coach and empower you to see beyond your current blind spots, and empower you to overcome these perceived roadblocks.
These, in short, are what you’re considered well at: Your talents, capabilities and skills. These are what you should capitalize on when creating You 2.0 because they can act as the tools to achieve your dreams. Start by asking yourself what you believe your strengths are with these guiding questions:
There are dozens of questions that an individual can ask themselves to determine what his or her unique strengths are, and ones above should only be a starting point. When looking into your strengths, don’t wallow in your weaknesses because dwelling on these can hold you back from self-sufficiency. Instead, focus on the positive.
These are the circumstances and possibilities that get you excited and motivated to make a change. It’s not always easy to see what possibilities are out there because dangers sometimes overshadow the opportunities, but you can overcome this by focusing on what you want in your future, not what will stop you from getting there. Some opportunities that an individual can focus on include:
It’s easy to get inspired by the opportunities that stand before you, because in reality they are endless. By writing down the most important ones to you, this can help you become more driven to actually set a pathway for you to accomplish them.
Achieving You 2.0 is a process and may take some time, but by starting the transformation by identifying your Dangers, Strengths and Opportunities as the first step in the process, by the time 2016 rolls in You 1.0 can be long gone.
Why not invest in yourself and your future this holiday season and get yourself a copy of the book: Your Career 2.0®: A Survival Guide for the Battered Career® and Investor Syndrome®.
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