Translating skills

therealbrandonwilson  •  11 Jun 2024   •    

I have often questioned whether any of the skills I have honed in my career over the last twenty-four years would be useful in my entrepreneurial endeavors. I'll be leaving behind all the knowledge associated with proprietary systems and business processes. I may use some of my insurance industry knowledge as it relates to health and wellness. I cannot imagine I'll be using much SQL in the world of biohacking, but I will be using soft skills like writing, conducting meetings, customer interaction, and presentations.

I have been fine-tuning the presentation that my business partner and I are delivering this Sunday. I'm very good at creating and delivering presentations, so I am most confident in this aspect of the weekend. By contrast, my business partner is most worried about the presentation. We are doing a dry run tomorrow to test the timing and ensure we've tightened it up.

It's nice not having to "go it alone," and I feel much better about this networking marketing play. I have been involved with network marketing companies, and I don't think it was a great fit. Some of them are very "MLM-y" and all about signing people up. I much prefer putting the products first, and my biohacking background makes a great pairing with Centropix.




Curious: How did you find your biz partner?

jasonleow  •  11 Jun 2024, 10:12 pm

I signed up under her in the organization.

therealbrandonwilson  •  12 Jun 2024, 1:31 pm

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