The age of the side hustle/project seems to be booming at the moment and it looks like it’s just getting started as more people look for ways to unleash their creativity outside their 9-5 or maybe even break free from it by creating more revenue streams.
Of course, I am one of those who is using my creativity for other outlets such as this website you’ve kindly visited and in my time of doing all of this work, I’ve come across a number of great tools that have helped me build and market all of my work.
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Well not unless you actually tell people about your product and they know why it’s amazing. This is something I’ve seen far too many times, especially in my world of L&D, where teams spend months working hard on new content, throw it out into the world and then no one looks at it…..ever.
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Data is a powerful resource in today’s world, even more important than oil to some communities.
Yet I’m always hearing that people aren’t getting the data they want.
In the learning industry, I find we always talk about the modern learning philosophies, skills and experiences our people need, but rarely do I see or hear anyone talk about the skills and experience modern learning professionals need to navigate today’s world.
This piece has been inspired by three things, one being a recent post I shared on LinkedIn that you can view in the picture below, a lyric from a new song by Slipknot and a movie called the Intern starring Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway – an odd combo I’m aware.
My context and aim in releasing the LinkedIn post was initially to start a conversation on not discarding what we already have in favour of what’s on trend. It the days after I posted this, I began reflecting on what this philosophy could mean for many areas of life and in particular in the fields of learning an marketing which I operate in.