Objectives: Examine various areas of your life Identify your strengths and weaknesses Develop a vision that will lead to a balanced, happy and fulfilling life Mapping your Life PathIn previous lessons you explored career options, something that you need to do at this stage in your life; however, you must also realize that your career … Continue reading Career Exploration: Mapping your Life Path
Business is defined as the commercial activity involving the buying and selling of commodities (goods and services). Businesses surround us in our daily lives — the shops in our neighborhoods and the advertisements that persuade us to buy their products, as well as many service related businesses. Have you ever thought of a career in … Continue reading Careers in Business
Before you embark on college or a training program, be sure your personal values and dreams are supported by the career you are training for. Do you have the personality for the career you want? If you are already working in a profession or industry and want to advance, have you considered how your current … Continue reading Career Assessment Tests: Do Your Interest, Skills and Aptitude Match Your Job Choice?
You are sitting at your desk at eight o’clock in the evening, wondering how you ended up working for someone who knows less than you know, doing his or her bidding for less money than you are worth, and working late in the bargain. That’s when it hits you. You should be the boss. You have done … Continue reading So You Want to be a Manager! Better Yet, a Leader…
Information on thinking about your future career and work. Here you will learn about: Identifying your personal likes, dislikes and needs Your motivations Identifying potential careers that may be fulfilling to you based upon your likes, dislikes and needs THINKING ABOUT YOUR FUTURE CAREEREvery individual has unique personality characteristics which dictate their likes, dislikes and needs to … Continue reading Careers: Thinking about the Future
Learn about applying yourself to your future, work, and career. Here you will learn about: Becoming motivated to diligently prepare for your future. Realizing that what you get out of life is a direct result of what you put into it. Taking responsibility for your own actions so you can reap the rewards that come from … Continue reading Career Exploration: Applying Yourself
It is said that most people change careers at least three times in their lifetimes. That might sound overwhelming, but consider that it covers everyone in this country – from folks with a high school education or less to those with a PhD; from those in business management to those teaching graduate classes at top … Continue reading Career Planning Introduction Lesson