Make your dream career happen
In his new book, former pro-cyclist turned professional adventurer, Derek Loudermilk, reveals the secrets of revolutionising your career, building relationships and staying ahead in today's competitive, fast-paced world
Everybody knows somebody who makes life seem almost effortless – they really connect with people, exude charisma, adapt to any situation, enjoy success in careers they love and, most importantly, they make things happen. These people are the Superconductors. But what is it that sets these Superconductorsapart? And can anyone learn the skills that are invaluable in today’s fast-paced world, such as charisma, creativity and the ability to connect with people?
A new book by business coach and professional adventurer Derek Loudermilk reveals how it’s possible for anyone to become a Superconductor, providing a practical framework to help you create real, sustainable, repeatable career success. During the course of writing this book Derek interviewed hundreds of successful entrepreneurs in dozens of countries around the world to understand their methods.
Superconductors explains how a steady career path is now a thing of the past, but by adapting, learning and building positive relationships, you can build a successful career doing the things you truly love. It is a book for anyone who wants to future-proof their career and equip themselves with the essential skills that cannot be replaced by artificial intelligence and automation, such as creativity, charisma, confidence, constant learning, storytelling and adaptability.
Rather than becoming comfortable with your skillset, Derek urges readers to go above and beyond their expectations and learn the new things that will make them irreplaceable in the world of disruption and technology.
Superconductors: Revolutionize your Career and Make Big Things Happen by Derek Loudermilk is published by Kogan Page, priced £14.99. To buy a copy, visit www.koganpage.com/product/superconductors-9780749482367
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