Career Advice from Executrain, Typewrite Transcription & All About Health

Career Advice from Executrain, Typewrite Transcription & All About Health

Looking to take your career to the next level but lacking that competitive edge? Renate Klass from Executrain joins the Radio Today studio to share her advice with everyone looking to taking their careers to the next level.

ExecuTrain has over 30 years’ experience in the training business. They are highly regarded internationally for delivering customised training that is unique as the individual or organisation receiving it. They provide training solutions for everyone for matriculants looking to gain the competitive advantage or the seasoned executive looking to up-skill. Today might be the best day to call them if you want to take your career to the next level.

If the corporate world doesn’t appeal to you, and you have an entrepreneurial streak, then Gaynor Paynter from Typewrite Transcription shares the highs and lows of being your own boss. Unfortunately, working from home doesn’t mean a life of leisure as you still have to create effective boundaries between work and family; then there are operational expenses, daily administration and difficult customers that you have to get through before you actually settle down to doing the job that you love doing. Don’t be discouraged, Gaynor advises people to overcome their fear of going solo- but be open-minded about the challenges ahead of you.

Laura Mcdermid also shares her advice about making a career changes because statistically you’re not going to finish up in the career that you studied for. Laura’s career path took her from vetrinary science to nutrition to starting her own business. In addition to her formal studies, Laura also took it upon herself to take responsibility for her education through self-study. An important consideration is that if you’re passionate about what you do it won’t feel like work.

Executrain.co.za / @ExecuTrainSA
TypewriteTranscription.co.za / @TypewriteSA
AllAboutHealth.co.za

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