Number 1 – Focus on the career/job that you love. Spend your energy getting excited about your love for coaching part-time. If you are a photographer, dedicate your extra time doing what you love to do. If you love sharing knowledge, teach at an area vocational school or college. Share your passion.
Number 2 – Read about your love for your professional career area in magazines, trade journals. See the o-net online dot com and the occupational outlook handbook websites. Become a subject matter expert.
Number 3 – Join an association where other like-minded folk talk about your ideal passionate professional area. Do you love to speak and talk? Join a speaker’s bureau or Toastmasters. Love wine, join a wine club. Love the human resources and training profession, join SHRM.
Number 4 – Develop a 30 second elevator pitch describing your love, your unique interest or reasons to compel others to take a look at your interested professional area.
Number 5 – Now share your professional interests on FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Share it and other social media sites. Sign up for Social Media Examiner dot com.
Number 6 – Connect with other like-minded professionals via social media. Here you will make comments on blogs, ask questions, write original blogs and develop a relationship with key subject matter experts in the area.
Number 7 – Connect with seasoned veterans, leaders of authority and others in your area of interest.
Now that you have focused, read, joined, developed, shared, connected somewhere, somehow ideals should begin to form to help you see how you can generate some revenue in your career area that you are so very passionate about. By this time, you should have developed some viable career options
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