Although you may love your line of work, few people can get through a long-term career without bouts of boredom creeping in at one stage or another. Whether you’re a devoted designer, a busy-as builder or a motivated manufacturer, we’ve put together five ways in which you can bust your boredom without leaving your bread-and-butter industry.
#1 Up the Ante
Consider taking your profession to the next level with a new qualification or accreditation. Are there particular areas of study that have always been on your wish list? Is there a course you could enrol in in 2019 that will add another feather to your cap? Could a KBDi Accreditation give you an edge (and some added post-nominals)? (Like to learn more about KBDi Accreditation? Email us today.)
#2 Get involved in the industry
If you love the field you work in and have high hopes for your industry, consider taking up a voluntary role in a relevant committee. KBDi counts on our local chapter committees to be the conduit between industry and us. If you’d like to express an interest in joining your local crew, drop us a line and we’ll let you know how our committees operate.
#3 Inspire with the written word
If you’ve been in the industry for a while, you may have plenty of stories to share that will inspire, inform or just entertain your clients or peers. Start a business blog if you haven’t already, or share your stories with Selina and we’ll take them to town. 😉
#4 Take to the stage
If you’d rather talk than type, consider finding opportunities to speak to consumer groups or industry peers. Some of our Members are building incredible public profiles by taking advantage of the speaking opportunities that come their way, or seeking out special occasions to share their stories. If you’re not sure where to start, contact us and we’ll give you some tips.
#5 Share your skills
While you may take for granted the long list of skills you’ve acquired throughout your career, a newbie to the industry may love the opportunity to tap into your knowledge and experience. If you don’t have staff or a team to mentor, but feel you’ve got something to share with up-and-coming peers, check out our new mentoring program and let us know if you’d like to consider being part of our talented team.