I love people who break boundaries and create something new and fresh.— Randy Jackson, singer/producer/entrepreneur
Go Forth and Prosper
Starting a new venture is a daunting task. (We’re talking harder than getting your crew to agree on a NYE plan.) Community ambassador, dog lover, and Co-Founder of Slow Roll Detroit, Jason Hall talks to us about creating something from scratch, and what to do when there aren’t any footsteps to follow in.
Back in the day (which was a Wednesday) it used to be that after high school you went to a four-year college. Got your degree. Then got a job in that field. (Insert white picket fence and the 2.5 kids.) While there’s nothing wrong with taking that course, there are infinitely more options now. (Coding boot camp, anyone?) So, remember, just like there’s no wrong way to eat a Reese’s (debatable), there’s no wrong path to success— however you define it.
It can be a bitter shot to swallow, but everyone is responsible for their own journey— personally and professionally. So, if you’ve been playing the blame game, it’s time to shift your thinking. Here are a few ways to get back on track and take control of your career path.
90% of people believe success is more about happiness than power or possessions. (Let that sink in.)