Archive for category: Business Tradeskill

What is Business Tradeskill?

Tradeskill is collection of skills you need to succeed in business. A few days ago I posted a short definition of tradeskill, courtesy of Paul Hawken. Here’s a bit more in-depth description of the elements of tradeskill, neatly packaged in a slide show. If you’d like to download the show you might want to click on over to slideshare, where it’s neatly packaged as a pdf file.

 

Learning Business Tradeskill: Learning to Count

Business tradeskill is a package of 5 separate skills: persistence facing the facts minimizing the right risks learning by doing grasping numbers Today, we’re going to talk about grasping numbers, i.e., learning to count. I know… numbers scare some people. But it doesn’t have to be that way for business. […]

 

Learning Business Tradeskill: Learning by Doing

Let’s talk about learning business tradeskill; learning how to perform the elements of tradeskill, over and over, until they become ingrained in our lives… or until you decide that they’re not for you. Business tradeskill is a package of 5 separate skills: persistence facing the facts minimizing risks learning by […]

 

Learning Business Tradeskill: Minimizing Business Risks

Minimizing business risks is an essential part of business tradeskill; it’s what makes business less scary as we become more realistic.

 

Learning Business Tradeskill: Facing Business Facts

Business tradeskill is a package of 5 separate skills: persistence facing the facts minimizing risks Learning by doing grasping numbers This is the second post in the the Tradeskill series: facing the facts.  In the first post I discussed a way to cultivate persistence. “At the heart of tradeskill is […]

 

Learning Business Tradeskill: Persistence is the Essential Business Skill

Let’s talk about learning business tradeskill; learning how to perform the elements of tradeskill, over and over, until they become ingrained in our lives… or until you decide that they’re not for you. We’ll start with a skill that will serve everyone well, regardless of what we do in life. […]