Taking Control of Your Success Roanoke VA

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International Alliance Of Theatrical Stage Employees
(540) 345-9263
Williamson Rd & Orange Ave Ne
Roanoke, VA
National Association Of Letter Carriers Br 524
(540) 342-9577
1015 Georgia Ave Ne
Roanoke, VA
Intnl Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers
(540) 563-0336
6306 Peters Creek Rd
Roanoke, VA
International Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers Local 637
(540) 563-0336
6306 Peters Creek Rd
Roanoke, VA
Nathalie Thompson, CPRW, CEIP
(703) 431-5530
24158 Dark Hollow Circle
Aldie, VA
Allstaff Human Resources
(540) 362-7823
626 Abney Rd
Roanoke, VA

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American Postal Workers Union
(540) 362-3574
3113 Williamson Rd Nw
Roanoke, VA
United Steel Workers Of America
(540) 563-5022
5338 Peters Creek Rd Ste C
Roanoke, VA
Tammy Chisholm, CPRW, MRW
(804) 878-9296
PO Box 2403
Mechanicsville, VA
Bettie Biehn, CPRW
(703) 836-8417
414 E. Custis Ave.
Alexandria, VA
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Taking Control of Your Success

Remember when you were young and adults asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” The idea was that you were going to “be” one thing and “be” that for the rest of your life. How many people do you know who have done the same thing since they graduated from school? Anyone?

You can no longer just pick a job and keep it for the rest of your life. All of these established patterns have been swept away by the advance of technology. And you certainly can’t sit back and expect customers to beat a path to your door. If you want your business to be a viable fi t in the marketplace, you have to stay current with your personal technology. You need three different types of skills.

First are your basic skills, including your ability to read, write, speak, calculate and process information. If you are limited in these core skills, now might be the time to improve them. Next are your functional skills, which include any specialized skill sets you have learned to date. Today, relying on mastery of one functional skill is business suicide—because the area in which your skill set lies could completely transform or disappear in a matter of years. You need multiple functional skill sets.

Your business success depends largely on the third set of skills: adaptability. To a great degree, you can define your competitive edge by how fast and how well you learn something new.

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