John Jellinek

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Essential Workplace Skills for 2020

Essential Workplace Skills for 2020
As times change, the world demands new skills. But some of them are timeless. There’s never going to be a point where clients don’t want better products, better offers.

Three essential skills give an unfair advantage in business. When workers improve at them, they achieve better results. In fact, managers can predict how they will perform by measuring these abilities.

#1 Solving Problems

Value is a fundamental foundation for good outcomes. The process of spotting problems, creating solutions, and sharing them is what we call a business.

What’s the biggest problem in the industry? How many people deal with it daily? The market rewards those who solve the greatest challenges.

#2 Communication Skills

In 2020, the Internet gives any company the chance to reach millions. The question is: what makes yours different?

Once we create the best selling proposition, we still need to promote the product. It doesn’t only have to be better; it should also look better.

When a visitor lands on a website, he makes some of these questions:
What is this page about?
What makes it different?
What’s in it for me?

Communication isn’t about being persuasive or pushy, but understanding your ideal client. What do they care about? They want to hear about the unique product benefits, not only the description.

#3 Leadership

There are so many disciplines in business. Is it possible to do all of them perfectly? That’s “the solopreneur’s dilemma.”

In business, marketers use money, time, and skills to progress. All of us have 24 hours in a day. But the best team players can do 10X more with the same number of hours.

Suppose a business has four areas. Although you may be proficient at all of them, it’s impossible to put 100% on each field. In the market, nothing below 100% gives goods results.

Instead of splitting focus, leaders create A+ teams. They put the right person in the right area to work at peak performance.

The Bottom Line

All the other skills built on top of these three. Those who prepare will increase their chances of succeeding in any business.

Nobody does them perfectly. It takes effort to become proficient and invest the time. But once you reach that level, they will pay off forever.

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