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July 15, 2021

Career Redo Success Club

Career Change Challenges,
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July 15, 2021 - Issue #031

Talk with your own Mentor(s) to quickly learn more about your desired career. It may save time and money through a concentrated learning process. Avoid the mistakes of others. Try multiple Mentors or multiple careers to allow you to focus in quickly on your own dream career.

“Your Mentor + Quality Insight = Dream Career”

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  • Quotes/Jokes: Entrepreneur Jokes and Fun Quotes

  • Videos: Powerful Resume Tips: 9 Free Courses To Take On The Weekend To Be Smarter By Monday

  • Blog Updates: Alex Felman - Entrepreneur

  • Career Change News: 3 Steps To A Successful Career Transition and Resources To Help You During A Season Of Potential Growth

  • Ask the Editor: I want your questions!

  • Feedback: Love to hear from you on any subject



1. Why was the sapling such a horrible entrepreneur?

Because he couldn't branch out.

2. Successful entrepreneur I met an old friend from high school the other day, and I couldn't believe how wealthy he had become. He ran a massively successful business, but could barely get a passing grade in math class when I knew him.

I asked him how he did it.

He said it was easy. 

"All I did was find a product I could make for $2 and sell for $4. You'd be surprised just how much 2% adds up over the years!"

3. TIL is the creator of Corn Pops also invented Cocoa Puffs, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, and Apple Jacks.

His tombstone just says "cereal entrepreneur"



"You have to see failure as the beginning and the middle, but never entertain it as an end."

~ Kevin Rose, co- founded Digg

"Don’t let others convince you that the idea is good when your gut tells you it’s bad."

~ Jim Morrison

"If you can offer a free tier that provides a lot of value, it will naturally help your product to spread much more rapidly."

~ Melanie Perkins, Co-founder of Canva





9 Free Courses To Take On The Weekend To Be Smarter By Monday

The has developed a great list of resources to help job seekers achieve their goals. Christy Burton describes nine (9) free courses that are available on video. Each addresses a different aspect of your job search.

I want to highlight two (2) of them.

1. The Career Force - Jen Hood has developed videos that focus on data and analytical careers. But she expands the discussion to address what a healthcare analysis does and whether a data analyst can become a business analyst. I feel that even if these aren’t your topics, you could pick up some great tips.

2. Andrew LaCivita - Andrew’s impact is wide spread as the article author picked him to demonstrate the way he answers questions that his viewers have. So he is meeting the demand by providing answers. He may talk about ways to decrease your nerves in an interview. His step-by-step approach is very helpful.

Check the other seven (7) videos also right below.

Click here to see the videos in the Ladder article


This Is Why You Need To Find A Mentor Right Now

Josue Arteaga developed this article for He tells us that mentorship is more than just a buzzword. Someone that can provide foresight based on their experience is very valuable.

Here are some of his points:

  1. They can fill in the gaps of what you don’t know,
  2. They may be able to introduce you to the right people.
  3. They may be able to support your research.
  4. Look for those that are knowledgeable and are willing to share their insight.

Find his comments in this link:

This Is Why You Need To Find A Mentor Right Now

Of course, you can always contact us to learn more about opportunities to find a mentor or to become an entrepreneur and work wherever you wish as a mentor.


Alex Felman -Entrepreneur

Alex Felman has the background to help you reach your goal as a successful entrepreneur. His education was directly focused on entrepreneurship.

He is the Co-founder and Executive officer of Startup42 Media which allows companies to create podcasts as a service in a convenient and quick manner.

As a venture capitalist, he helps companies with business plans, product development and other marketing efforts.

Alex can assist you in determining if entrepreneurship is the right thing for you. He can evaluate your skills to help evaluate what you need to learn to reach your goals. He is the man to answer your questions.

Get started in the right way. Talk with Alex.

See our Allex Felman article


3 Steps To A Successful Career Transition

Amy Shepard, CFP wrote this article in She wanted to present the steps that she took to make her own career shift.

After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, she found a role with a company that matched her desires. It was a startup that had passionate employee and opportunities to grow and learn. She enjoyed what she did every day. Then things changed.

Due to an acquisition, that company has shut dow and her role changed. So she started looking for something new. She describes the three steps she took in this way.

  1. The lottery question - She asked “If I won the lottery and money was no object, what would I want to do for “work”?” That led her to understand more about herself in a work environment.
  2. Two steps forward - An executive leader said “Don’t think about where you want to go next. Instead, think about where you want to be tow steps from now. If you can figure that out, then you’ll know what the next step should be to help you get there.”
  3. Values - Learn what you are not willing to give up and what you need to have, personal and work related. What is important to you?
These steps drove her to her fulfilling role. I hope they can help you too.

Find her article here.

3 Steps To A Successful Career Transition

Resources To Help You During A Season Of Potential Growth

Michael Gallop of the Chemeketa Small Business Development Center developed this interesting article.

He is providing information for those considering a career change, just starting a business, or looking to refresh your business. A great deal of money has been poured into grants and funds for communities and small business that faced tough times during COVID-19.

Here are a few of his points:

  • Business classes and networking are available for people to use.
  • Business advising and coaching can be found at no cost to business owners and entrepreneurs.
  • Professional development and community wellness sites are available to reduce stress, help with interviews, etc.
  • Restaurant revitalization fund is set up to provide emergency assistance for eligible restaurants, bars, etc.
  • America’s SBDC and Association of Women’s Business Centers have resources available to help.

Check these out at this link.

Resources To Help You During A Season Of Potential Growth


Here we are again. I would love to help you get the answers you need in your career change process. Please feel free to contact me with your questions or comments. Mention that you question comes from our newsletter section and I will place the response in this section for all of our readers.


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May the wind be at your back! If not, then persevere! Show Grit!

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