Give A "Pink Slip" To Unprofitable Activities
What is your job description? And I’m not just talking about your “day job”, but all the other jobs you step into every day of your life? You could be […]
After everything you and I talked about this week you’ve probably realized you have a lot of resources around you that you SHOULD be using! So today I’m going to […]
After everything you and I talked about this week you’ve probably realized you have a lot of resources around you that you SHOULD be using! So today I’m going to show you a few simple, but major, ways to grow that influence.
One big mistake I see is when you have a decent job or make good money, you stop trying to grow your influence. When things are going okay – or even great, it’s easy to start totally ignoring your network and a lot of other things!
Look, you and I both know there are seasons of plenty and seasons of famine. Someday you might not have that great job or stable income. Life happens! You can choose to blissfully ignore the fact a day might come when you no longer have those nice things. Or you can choose to prepare to see yourself through that season of famine with ease.
From social zero to Internet hero
If you’re looking for a job, looking to bring in extra money to your business or just wishing to expand your network, the answer is social media. In this new day and age and this new economy, equipping yourself with the know-how to navigate technology is your ticket to stand out in a crowd.
If you lost your job tomorrow, do you know anyone else who is hiring? Have you been creating new contacts and building your network? If not, you are beginning your unemployment from square one.
In my life, I’ve had prosperous times and some really horrible times. And I know bad times are going to come around again eventually! It took me 10 years to learn the lesson and figure out I should prepare for the worst, not squander everything during the best of times.
Think of a time where you’ve heard something over and over again but you still haven’t learned the lesson. It’s okay! Don’t get discouraged thinking “Man, I should have started this a year ago… or 5 years ago!” That’s not important. It is important for you to actually start applying the lesson. Start that preparation now!
Here are two really simple ways to keep expanding your circle of influence, whether you are in times of plenty or not.
This doesn’t just influence people looking for a job. It can also have an influence on people who start their own business. Maybe your sales are okay right now, but who knows when the economy might change or what could happen within your company.
Take this chance to learn the lesson and actually start applying these skill sets to your everyday life. Not only will it open more doors for you now, but it will help pull you through the hard times.
What are you doing today to grow your influence – for now and the future? Let me know in your comments below and don’t forget to Like and Share today’s message. Join us for lunch today on The Dani Johnson Show at 12 pm ET/11 am ET.
In great faith,