I provide business management professional services and write articles/self-published books.
By day time you would see innovation of education and training delivery to military personnel and by evening you would see female entrepreneurship at its peek performance from CEO duties, author, researcher; to service delivery of professional and organization development services.
Networking, multi-tasking, risk-taking, customer service, perseverance, motivation, leadership, conflict resolution; and, product/industry specific training.
Here's the first step for professionals
Take opportunities to volunteer and/or work entry level jobs to gain the experience you need to transition your career. If these are not available consider starting a business to create your own pathway to transition to a new career.
"You shouldn't get too educated, no one will hire you. You're too smart for the south-USA, go up north in the USA or to a foreign country to excel. You need to work your way up like everyone else... "
I ignored the ignorance and embraced the journey to defining my self-worth without a person's limits and limited thinking of what diverse talents I have to offer the workplace. Honestly, prayer, positive self-talk, venting with like minded friends, and limiting my inner circle to those who wish to see me succeed. Have courage and believe in yourself and know that only you can determine what talent you wish to cultivate for your life purpose! Yes, you can have more than one talent in life!
Not enough funds for school or to start my business. I decided a loan debt for school and my business is a debt that is worth it because it never expires and you will eventually pay it off.