Earn More Money #2: Get a Second Job That Makes You Proud
On your previous reading pertaining to how freelancing can help earn more money, you might have realized that freelancing isn’t your forte. There’s no need to worry, you can still try getting a second job that might be the answer to your financial problems. In this guide, we will talk about how a second job can help you climb up to the corporate ladder and how you can utilize your skills and talents.
Not All Second Jobs Sucks
Speaking of the second job, most people picture themselves delivering fast food door to door. Somehow this kind of job is easy to attain, yet will it be enough to suffice your financial needs? However, in some cases, it’s better to have this job than to have nothing at all. Moreover, in getting a second job, your goals should be to earn more and be able to build your network and acquire skills.
What Kind Of Second Job Should I Consider?
Look back to your previous years and check whether you have learned new skills, or gain some product knowledge or acquire certain experience in operations and management. The point is to evaluate and assess your capacities and the service that you can offer. Having this in mind, consider your goal for getting a new job to be centered on skills, and knowledge on the industry, and the network that you’re trying to build.
Enhancing Skills On Your Second Job
As you acquire a new job, it follows that you’ll surely acquire new skills and enhance more on what skills you have.
While most people hate the idea of considering sales, it’s actually an opportunity to develop skills that will be useful for your future endeavors. These skills are as follows:
- Better communication skills
- More confidence
- Acquiring the business mindset
- Values on managing and controlling your income
- Gauging your performance and action plan to improve
- Skills in negotiating
When speaking of customer service this does not mean can goods on aisle 8, but any position that showcases the following skills:
- Enhancing your analytical skills
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Negotiation ability
Focus On Your Special Skills
The above examples showcase your general skills and expertise that you can utilize in your current job. But if you’re long-term goal is to start up a business and run your own company? In this manner, you can get a second job that relates to the industry or business that you want to start.
Build Your Network
Another idea to ponder about getting a part-time job is building your network. Maybe what you need is not enhancing your skills but gaining exposure to get acquainted with the right people. This is somehow beneficial as you build rapport with those people who can potentially influence you or venture with you. This might be a step for you to negotiate for partnership or sponsorship.
Look and Reflect
A second job might not be as what you expect as a blue-collar job. However, if you got what it takes to qualify with a job that you can be proud of, its a matter of you work way up to accelerate your career. The key is creativity and hard work, if you have the will to fulfill what you desire, surely you can find a way.
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