Real opportunities don’t come along very often. And when they do, we need to be ready. In fact, it wouldn’t hurt if we are over-prepared.
But the truth is many opportunities are lost before they even have a chance of being won because people don’t look at the part, act the part, and speak/write the part.
When in doubt, do more. Go above and beyond.
Today’s episode is all about how to be ready when opportunity knocks. We discussed extensively how to take a leap of faith and how to capitalize on opportunities whenever, wherever, and however they arise.
Joshua Alvarez is the Chief Culture Officer at AAS Canada Inc. (Aviation & Airport Services) – Pearson International Airport.
Joshua received his Master’s Degree in Marketing from The Autonomous University of Barcelona and holds a certificate in Film Production from Toronto Film School
His biography has been featured in Rogers TV, Canadian Immigrant Magazine, and La Mega Radio Station. He has also been invited as a motivational speaker for newcomers and community centres. Joshua has also mentored for government funded non-profit organizations.
I invited Joshua here to share his story of how he went from a Janitor to a Manager in one day. This is one episode you should not miss and share with everyone you love.
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