How To Choose A Direction in Business and Life

How To Choose A Direction in Business and Life Avatar Posted by Squawk Media under Self-Development
From http://jaygilmore.ca 430 days ago
Made Hot by: deanuk on August 17, 2013 4:22 pm
Jay Gilmore, Director of Marketing & Communications for MODX, probably speaks for many of us. Jay says he sometimes feels like he simply floats along with the current in his life. He says he has the strength and tools to change his direction. But he says he just continues to float along without any real consideration of where he's been or where he would like his life and career to go. In order to remedy the situation, Jay is taking stock. He's going to decide what parts of his professional and personal life he likes and what needs to change. Entrepreneurs should do the same regularly. If you would like to start a new business or change the business you are already in, how can you get started? What steps do you need to take to create the business you want today?

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Written by BizRock
429 days ago

I loved the way you have put this together,great article. This was very insightful! Thanks for sharing this article with the Bizsugar community.



Written by lyceum
429 days ago

Jay Gilmore's post could be a wake-up call... I haven't done a SWOT analysis many times, but I will do one for my total worklife in the near future. Thanks for sharing the insights-full entry!



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