Business Model You

By     Oct 6, 2015

Field Notes

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CC Steven Zwerink via Flickr

CC Steven Zwerink via Flickr

This week on Field Notes, we're talking about career paths. We've broken this conversation down into four questions. We'll dive into a different question each day this week. Today, we focus on where you are now in your career. How do you know where you are? What skills do you currently have? 

Produced by the same team that created the tried and true Business Model Canvas, this book uses the same canvas as a space for you to map your personal business model and professional identity. This tool helps you take a moment to consider your interests, skills and abilities, personality, assets you own or control, stress levels and satisfaction on the job. If you join the mailing list, you can view the entire contents of the book for free and gain access to videos that will help guide you through the process.

Check it out and share your thoughts with us. Have you ever created a similar map to help you think about your career goals? What was the process like?

 

 

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