If and when you go on enough job interviews, you’ll get that dreaded question. “Where do you see yourself five years from now?” And I believe that’s another reason to consider whether you prefer to be a job finder or a business builder. Because that question shows you that you’re not in charge.
A job finder is never truly in charge.
And that’s not wrong. It’s just true. When someone is in a position to offer you a job, that means they’re in the policy making position. You, as the job finder, are just in a position to respond. Sure, you can respond with an attitude of total control over who YOU are. But you don’t get to decide if you’ll get the job.
I think it’s important that I say, right now, that I totally understand if you need to get a job before you can start a business. Most people start that way. And it can be great. But if your ultimate goal is to be a business owner, then start building your business even while you’re still a job finder.
And you can start the process during the job interview when they ask you that question. Be prepared with an answer. And stay focused on your vision so you’re always prepared with the same answer? Don’t fumble around for a different answer each time.
You DO have a clear picture of where you wanna be in five years. Right?
You can see your vision as clear as crystal. Right? And you’ve written down at least a basic outline for how to get there. Right?
I don’t mean to nag you about it. But I DO want you to know how important it is to have a crystal clear vision for your life. Because I want you to have the life YOU want. And reach the dreams and goals YOU designed in your head.
That’s why I developed RondaReady YOUniversity. The main focus is to help YOU figure out who you truly are and where you truly wanna go. And that’s true whether you prefer to be a job finder or a business builder.
I’d love to tell you more and find out where you’d like to take your dreams, ideas, and business. Pick a time, below, to book a call with me. Let’s talk soon.