Career Options

choosing your next job or career

We live in an age where there are more career options available than ever before. You’re limited only by your imagination. On this page, let’s explore some of the various categories to consider as you contemplate your next career or venture.

Consider your skills, talents, and interests to determine which categories are feasible for further exploration. Remember, your business has to be profitable and if it’s something you won’t enjoy, you’ll find yourself back in the same situation you’re in now (i.e. wishing you were doing something else).

Business Models:

  • Brick and Mortar Business
  • e-Commerce
  • Consulting
  • Independent Distributor/Independent Sales Representative
  • Product Development
  • Content Publishing
  • Franchising
  • Network Marketing

 

Career Change: What could go RIGHT?

Career Change: What could go RIGHT?

Many people would like to quit their jobs and pursue a different line of work. What holds them back? It’s thinking about all the things that can go wrong, like going broke. Focus instead on what could go right. The purpose of this article isn’t for you to create a pie-in-the-sky dream of what life(…)

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Create The Plan for Your Next Career While You’re Still at Your Current Job

Create The Plan for Your Next Career While You’re Still at Your Current Job

According to the  many entrepreneurs I have interviewed, the leading cause of stress and fear when someone  is starting over or changing careers is not having a solid, detailed plan. Imagine  this: It’s Friday. You just quit your job. Monday morning rolls around and you’re not sure how to start the first day of your entrepreneurial life.(…)

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Replacing the Lotto Dream with a Solid, Workable Plan

Replacing the Lotto Dream with a Solid, Workable Plan

Last Friday, I stopped in a supermarket to pick up a few groceries. As I was passing the Lotto desk, I decided to get a Lotto quick-pick. There was a man in front of me who had the cashier checking stacks of tickets. He was very polite and told the cashier to take care of(…)

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