Hosted by online instructor and entrepreneur, Mike Wheeler.
As founder of Mike Wheeler Media+ with hundreds of thousands of students, Mike gravitates toward tools and tech that enable you to create something new, advance your career, and find the intersection between attainable and essential.
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Prior to COVID-19, it was the best of times and it was the best of times for Salesforce professionals. Jobs were plentiful and the supply vs. demand ratio was tilted in the favor of the talent.
But we now find ourselves in the Next Normal, stumbling into the 4th Industrial Revolution, and faced with record unemployment. In this episode, I explore how to respond to the hardships we find ourselves facing today in the Salesforce ecosystem.
I discuss the necessity of building a portfolio, growing where you are planted and making your own experience.
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Every successful business must master the three pillars of business:
In this episode, I explain how to apply these three pillars to your own career. These three pillars of business can be equated to:
We look at practical steps you can take to attract attention, attain jobs. We finally discuss how to retain jobs while looping back into the marketing side of this process to expand your footprint, visibility and unearth new opportunities...whether you are currently employed or not.
In this episode, I am very excited to share the story of Cooper Pond.
Cooper shares his story of how he went from being homeless, to landing a job with a company that used Salesforce.
He started out as an end-user of Salesforce. But over time, Cooper discovered that there was a lot to learn and work on the back-end of Salesforce.
Through hard work, study and dedication, Cooper eventually passed his Administrator Certification and landed a job as a Salesforce Administrator.
You will want to listen to this inspiring Salesforce success story.
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Full Interview Video with Cooper Pond
I have sprinkled several different analogies from life and film into this episode.
We cover various topics, such as:
Check Your Blindspots
Your Goals are Closer than They Appear
Embrace Your Past to Inform Your Future
Avoid Distracted Driving Towards 'You 2.0'
Finding Your Super-Power
Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
Find Something New – Ad Council Video Ad - https://youtu.be/gAlIYTh76ak
One of my students, Aaron McGriff, is featured prominently in this ad campaign. I first interviewed Aaron a couple of years ago, and here’s a clip on how he found something new - https://youtu.be/j0oEC8sFidU
In Aaron’s journey, he quickly went from passing a certification to landing his first Salesforce job - https://youtu.be/h5KdBm8mpws
Sunk Cost Definition on Investopedia - https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/sunkcost.asp
Deep Work by Cal Newport - https://amzn.to/2CNlOMA
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I further expound on the concept of Career Scaffolding in the article ‘Make Your Dent in the Universe’ on LinkedIn
In this inaugural episode , I discuss what it means for YOU to find relevance in the economy of NOW...which is finding Urelevance.
In this episode, I cover the following topics:
What is Urelevant?
How to Pandemic Proof Your Career
Finding the Intersection of Attainable and Essential
Three Types of Salesforce Jobs
The Start of the 4th Industrial Revolution
Remote Life Has FINALLY Crossed the Chasm Into the Mainstream (and the burgeoning irrelevance of the 'On-Site Mafia')
Pivoting from a Consumer to a Creator
Artisan Life - Your Work is Your Art (if you wish to succeed)
There's a few things I reference in this episode, such as the book 'Crossing the Chasm' by Geoffrey A Moore.
I also reference a quote from Mary Kay, which is more accurately quoted as the following, "Ideas are a dime a dozen. People who implement them are priceless".
Also mentioned in this episode is my learning platform, Mike Wheeler Media+
I reference a couple of tools that make creating easier: Kartra and Wordpress
I also discuss a recent study that found that 37% of jobs can now be performed remotely.
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