Some people shudder when they think about going back to school.
Because they’re either:
- Fresh out of school and have had it up to their eyeballs with tests and homework and papers, or
- They’re smack in the middle of life and don’t have the time, headspace, or money for more courses.
The good news is that more school isn’t a prerequisite for every high-earning job.
(Yes, higher education is the entry point for many jobs, but it’s not always practical for everyone).
Property management, sales, IT networking, and web development are all potentially well-paying careers for the right person. These fields don’t require heavy-duty schooling to land good jobs. And they’re not the only ones.
There’s a catch, though. It’s called career development.
With very few (if any) exceptions, no one gets up one morning and says, “I’d love to quit my job, be my own boss, start my own company and make $200K this year” and jumps to it with zero experience.
Nowadays, with the explosion of entrepreneurism, many young people feel passionate about striking it out on their own to make big money. And that’s great! But, here’s the thing, to grow your business or advance in your field – you need to show up and do the work, start at the bottom and work your way up.
You can’t cut corners in business or career development. You will need some level of mastery before you can start earning big bucks. It will take time, and work, and effort. But with the right guidance, a clear road map, and siyata dishmaya, you’ll get there.
Take care and be successful!