Avoid this type of jobs

No human being can live in isolation or a vacuum. Human beings are dependent on one another and the success of one is likely to be measured based on what others have accomplished or failed to accomplish.

Imagine a scenario where you are the sole being on earth and you don’t have to compete with anyone for anything? Boring.

Successful people have a tendency to regret not focusing on the people during wealth creation phase of their lives.

Steve Jobs wished that after amassing enough wealth to himself, he should have considered other important things in life perhaps Art, or travel or touch someone’s life.

I think that was in his mind while he spent the last moments of his life. Others have mastered the art of making employees happy and having fun themselves.

They say to make your employees happy, then the employees will make your customers happy. Sir Richard Branson? Others have a heart for larger portion of the unlucky population.

Those that suffer from treatable disease and hunger. They have committed their resources in trying to eliminate disease, alleviate poverty through funding of research all in the name of improving lives. Bill and Melinda? I feel they find great joy is ending suffering in the world. They are happy when others flourish.

A job that overemphases on more and more mondey do not have customers in their minds

A job that emphasizes on how much you will if you sell is likely to lead you astray. You won’t be of service to people but it will rather a selfish career that will make you rich while making others miserable.

While I agree that money is the motivation to work, there are other objectives you want to accomplish in life which may not be money related. Like helping a neighbor improve her business, or being able to help

I find jobs that give a customer an ear to be the best jobs. For instance, a career that allows me to listen to a customer and offer a solution to them.

In Kenya today there is a notable shift from the traditional problem-solving approach to money making scheme. The focus has shifted from the customers to the employer. The motivation and employer will is  “you’ll earn more if you sell more”

In Kenya today there is a notable shift from the traditional problem-solving approach to money making scheme. The focus has shifted from the customers to the employer. The motivation and employer will is  “you’ll earn more if you sell more”

This analogy has forced employees not to listen to customers but focus on how much he/she will earn in commissions. I have customers walk into the bank to get a loan.

You listen to them closely and you learn they may not really need a loan. Since loan officer has a disbursement target, processing will be faster and within days disbursement is done. Then the customer doesn’t know what to do with the amounts.

Be of services to people. Help them make better choices. Disclose every necessary information to the customer before he/she makes a sound decision.