Nice catchy headline again? Well I hope so, think again!. The intention of this post is to echo what had happened for the past few days of what I called the "economy shocked" of this decade. Some may said this is another "sequel" of 2008 Crisis. As a result of S&P rating degraded the U.S market lower one level, it send a major "tsunamis" throughout the entire world of stock markets. Many of them are still experiencing major losses on their stock prices. It looks like another double-dip may happened at anytime soon.
Now from a lay man term like you and me, it makes a little meaning as the matter of fact, we are already experiencing the turmoil since 2008. You may or may not survived this current condition, infact millions in this world are already jobless. The most important question now, what would you do now? Find another job? Change your career? Devastating with being lay-off?
It is more important now to spend a little time for yourself on charting your next course in life. You must understand, whatever jobs created more than 10 years ago, chances may not likely to happen. That same goes to university graduates, by the time they completed and graduated with a MBA or degree, the knowledge acquired may simply "useless" to the market today.
One of the best way, is to built your own career or business and be independent regardless on any economy situation. You should now build a Thriving career so that your life would be a Transformation one.
In this post or the next coming one I'll share several key driving factors that would lead you to feel compelled to create a complete way of living your life, I called it Thrive. There are actually 5 driving factors that could move you from current stage to the next level;
In order to excel in your life, business, career, health or even relationship the ability of constant Learning is critical. If you have not learn anything new for the past 6 months, then be prepared to be in surviving mode for the rest of your life. The paradox here is to move on and get "better" your life required you simply learn, research, read, fact-finding, interview, testing, verifying and cross-reference with people and resources.
As a result, you have your own so called "contents" in a raw form.
In today's economy, there's no room or shall I say there's no opportunity for people to stay lay-back and chilled living with their 401K (if they still have left over). The point is these luxury or some said food-stamp will run out in no time.
Creating new contents of information by continuous learning would keep you always armed with knowledge and skills to manage your next path in life. There are many ways to do that and thanks to the internet and social media platform, learning today has become so much easier within our finger tip.
If you agreed with me, that's the case, have you start learning on something that helps you thrive in your life? If not would it be best time to learn now?