You don’t have to figure out the rest of your life. You just have to figure out what to do next.
You don’t need a 5-year plan. You just need to take action this week.
You don’t need a huge network of personal contacts. You just need to start contacting the ones you do have with two simple questions.
In my new book, What to do Next, I walk you through a simple process with a couple of questions that can significantly build your personal network.
And why is that important? Because, who you know is often more important than what you know.
Imagine if you knew you were just 3 people away from a big opportunity. Wouldn’t you do the work of contacting people to discover it?
Sure, there’s some risk involved (they might say no when you ask for a meeting. After all, putting yourself out there is vulnerable and risky.)
What’s more risky though is playing it safe. It’s easier to work on your resume alone than pick up your phone and ask for help.
As the saying goes, “Fortune favors the bold.”
It also favors those who build their personal network. It’s a significant pathway to finding what to do next.
PS. Here’s the Audible link to purchase What to do Next.