Young people today have had a major reset on how they want to theicreate, build, and support their career asset. Many are taking remote work to a whole new level.
There are a few ways that you can treat your career like a sport to set yourself up for long-term success.
Just because you are unable to network or learn in face-to-face settings, that should not deter you from investing in your career asset.
Three priceless gifts of your career asset It’s the season when everyone is thinking about meaningful things they can give to the people around them. Here are three gifts that stem from one of your most valuable financial assets—your career. The career gift of your knowledge. Never underestimate the value of your years of accumulated…
Now that you’ve graduated, it’s time to take charge of your finances.
Read Mike’s latest interview with CNBC reporter, Deborah Nason. Mike is widely recognized for his creation of Career Asset Management and its link to financial well-being.
PBS’s Next Avenue blogger, Richard Eisenberg, recently interviewed Mike Haubrich about how he works with clients on thier career asset.
Last month I outlined five areas regarding your career including how you can convert it to financial assets, protect it with insurance, borrow on it, enjoy it and grow it by investing in yourself. This month, I’d like to focus on the three habits for growing your career asset which is the engine for the…
Understanding your career as an asset may change the way you think about how you manage and invest in it.
The Start-Up of You: Adapt to the Future, Invest in Yourself, and Transform Your Career by Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha This is a great book for anyone employed (or looking for employment) who is concerned about the changing landscape of employment. The disruptive creation of our modern economy has mandated we change the way we view and manage…