Almost every kid that graduates from high school struggles with getting the training they need to have a good job.
But you don't have to struggle to gain the experience. And you can learn the skills you need to go in the direction you want to professionally.
Jim Benson realized that being an angry punk rocker wasn't going to be a lucrative career choice. He decided to go to college and met two professors that changed his life.
Now he runs a consulting firm that teaches people the skills they need to become the professional they want to be.
In this episode, discover how you can learn the skills you need to have a great career.
Show highlights include:
- How failing to submit an escalation to your manager teaches you the true leadership power you have as an individual (1:23)
- Why helping teams be effective gives you a bigger zone of control and sphere of influence (even if you are unwilling to take risks) (3:23)
- How attending the college you hate forces you to find new people and systems that are interesting and important (and how they change your life for the better) (4:24)
- Why watching the interactions of co-workers lets you understand fear or hope (and how you can apply them become a better problem solver) (5:56)
If you found a golden nugget of wisdom in this episode, share it on social media with the hashtag #ResultsLeaderFM to help spread the word.
If you loved what Jim revealed in this episode, you’ll find more of him online at https://www.modusinstitute.com.