Do you remember needing a permission slip to use the bathroom at high school? I found that process really annoying. My high school had hall monitors, and I remember one day I came back from lunch (probably another day of healthy Taco Bell) and I was late. The hall monitor stopped me and ask for my permission slip. He knew I didn’t have one, and after a sarcastic conversation, I was given the punishment of detention.
Anyways, look back at your last week.
How many times have you asked for or sought out permission?
The Skills You Developed as a Result of Attending Meetings?
There you are sitting in another meeting or zoom room. The feeling of Déjà vu happens quite regularly these days.
Before leaving corporate America I remember attending SO many meetings that I started to resent the work I was doing. It felt like every meeting was to discuss a previous meeting and talk about how our S.M.A.R.T goals were coming along.
After being out of the boardroom for a while, I came to the conclusion that corporate employees (at all levels) possess 5 skills that you might not think of as skills.
These muscles are flexed daily and can be extremely supportive if you desire to leave the corporate world and enter entrepreneurship.
This group is for entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs who desire more than their current situation. You will receive training and inspiring interviews, as well as support and helpful feedback as you navigate your journey.