Steal These Thoughts! Newsletter: Re-skilling, ditching job titles and the audio experience.

Check out the latest edition of my newsletter.

This week, we explore how to re-skill for a new world. Plus, stories on why job titles are worthless and advice on skill investment from two entrepreneurs.

First up, my latest drop on the blog where I explore and provide a step by step walkthrough on how to re-skill for a new career opportunity.

Coronavirus or not. Understanding how to evolve and expand your skills to take on new career paths is essential to make sure you’re future fit. If you’ve ever wondered how you can make a pivot in your career, then this is one you want to read.

Complete with free templates for you to download and use (including my popular self – assessment skills map), I’m sure this one will get you thinking.

Next, we continue the theme of adapting with the modern world and unpack why job titles are worthless.

A lot of us make the mistake of wrapping our whole identity into our job title. It’s a bunch of words that we allow to define us. When really, in my opinion, job titles are a dying trend from a world that’s no longer relevant. We should evaluate ourselves on so much more than a job title. 

In this ever evolving world, is it not time to focus on what really matters?

Last but most certainly not least, a LinkedIn live video session that I randomly stumbled upon with one of leading voices for freelancers and author of the multi-hyphen method, Emma Gannon along with Mother Pukka founder Anna Whitehouse.

Highly recommend a viewing as many valuable insights and tips are shared from both speakers on building a career.

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