Career Nuggets Video
Here are weekly video blog professional career tips for developing your personal value to employers and clients, an valuable resource for today’s aspiring professional.
WORK IS A PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED. We are promoted or hired because we can solve problems for our employers. Do you know what problems you can solve?
Businesses are created, thrive, and survive based on how well their products solve problems for their customers. Businesses have a process for developing their products. That process is the Product Development Process. You can apply this process to develop a product called YOU, the solutions you can offer to solve problems for your current or potential customers. Those customers are your employers.
Why would anyone want to hire or promote you? What do you sell?
Whether you work in a traditional office environment, in the field, or from home, you work each day to solve a problem or satisfy a need for your “customer”. That customer is your employer. WORK IS A PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED.
Solving problems is the reason why we are employed.
What you sold during your job interview and what you deliver each day is your “personal product”. Your personal product is your skills, capabilities, and strengths.
Businesses are created, thrive, and survive based on how well their products solve problems for their customers. Businesses have a process for developing their products. You can apply this process to develop YOU, your personal product.
Getting What You Want from Your Career: The Business of Me Career Management Process
Your career is your most important economic asset. What you get from your career will determine the homes you will own, the cars you will drive, the education you will provide for your children, and the financial security you will experience during your working and retirement years.
The Business of Me Career Management Process uses the age-old and proven process that companies use to create value from their assets. That process is the Business Management Process.
Career Nuggets are weekly career management tips provided by Linwood Bailey, career coach and author of “The Business of Me: Your Job … Your Career … Your Value.”
Unless you are wealthy, inherited a lot of money, or have won the lottery, your career is your most important economic asset.
Linwood invites you to visit www.businessofmebook.com to learn more about how you can get more value from your career.