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Economically Valuable Skills
“Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing—it was here first.” — Mark Twain, great American novelist
- Economically Valuable Skills are directly related to the Five Parts of Every Business.
- Not every skill or area or knowledge is economically valuable.
- To increase your value, focus on improving skills that are economically valuable.
Questions for Consideration:
- What skills, talents, or knowledge do you possess that are related to the five core business processes? How are you using them now?
- How can you use your skills to benefit others?
- What could skills could you develop to make yourself more valuable as a business professional?
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