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   Books / Video Training : Learning the Hard Way Vol 1: Skill Investing
Learning the Hard Way Vol 1: Skill Investing
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 23 lectures (2 hours, 42 mins) | Size: 2.06 GB

Willingness to take free or optional paid personality and aptitude tests to measure your current skills, abilities and predispositions.

What you'll learn

Create an inventory of your current skills, abilities, aptitudes, personality, likes and dislikes

Learn what the world needs and what skills are in demand so you can learn skills that will increase in value over

Avoid picking dead end skills that are low value, not worth the , or are easy to offshore to developing countires



Skill investing isn't something you hear a lot about.

There are a lot of books out there that show you how to invest your money.

Even books on how to manage your .

But none that go in depth on how to invest your combination of , money and energy into learning information and building skills.

This course is about strat thinking.

What strategy are you using to invest in your skills?

Is it a smart strategy?

Is it a strategy you decided on? Or someone else decided for you?

Is it just "going with the flow?"

People spend lots of and money figuring out how to invest for their future in the financial arena.

But they spend almost no deciding how to invest in skills.

So try this thought expent.

How much do you spend each week building skills and learning in some way? Meaning off the job when you aren't working in the traditional sense?

3 hours?

5 hours?

10 hours?

Multiply that number by 50.

That's about how much you are spending in a year?

5 hours a week? 50 weeks a year?

That's 250 hours.

That's whatever you make per hour s $250.




Let's say $40 an hour.

That means you are investing $10,000 a year of your into learning.

And that doesn't even count what you are spending on books, courses, periodicals, subscriptions, etc.

Let's tack on another thousand or two for that.

Or don't even count it, it doesn't really matter.

What matters is that you are investing 5 figures in your education, your skills, every single year.

And you probably aren't spending any significant money or attention or on learning HOW to do it.

This course teaches you how.

It teaches you how to think very stratally about 3 things.

First, where you are. Who are you? What are your current skills? What are your aptitudes? Personality? Interests? Likes and dislikes?

All that is important.

Second, where is the world? Where is the demand? Where is the competition? Where is the excitement? Where are there untapped opportunities? Where is the future headed? Who is going to be left behind?

That's critical, skills aren't valuable unless they can be used to create something of value, almost always that means for other people, and for a business of some kind.

Third, how do you integrate the two? How do you measure the value? How do you allocate your resources? Your , money, energy, etc?

You will go through these 3 stages in the course. By the end you will have a much more strat perspective on how you should be investing in your skills for the future.

You have easily 4, probably 5 figures riding on your investments every single year.

Is it to get more strat about how you are investing in your skills?

If so, I'll see you inside the course.


Who this course is for:

Entrepreneurs who want to make better decisions about how to invest their valuable

Students who want guidance on how to choose their major and what other skills they should learn outside of the classroom.

Investors who want to apply their financial investment thinking to their educational pursuits.





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