This man made $2.8 million swing trading stocks from home.
With no prior experience, Kyle Dennis decided to invest in stocks. He owes his success to 1 strategy.
, Electronics Engineer
Please read this as purely my personal view and not as some advice.
There are 2 very important things that you must be sure of 1) Do you have the ability currently to be as competent as the person whose career you admire ? 2) Is the person you are trying to approach humble ?
If the answer to both is negative, don’t approach that person. It will not only be waste of your time but also a big blow to your self-esteem (if your self-esteem is strong, ignore what I have to say as you will be a success, no matter what).
Lot of people with terrific careers are usually high on attitude and will not entert
More Answers Below
, B.E from PES University (2012)
I love this question!
Thanks to the internet we now have ample amount of information about any person who you look upto or admire and whose careers you wished you had. While there are multiple ways to connect with this person, the most effective way I’ve found is to straightway write a cold email.
Follow 2 simple steps here:
Promoted by TalentLMS
What is the best free LMS?
, Co-founder & CTO at Epignosis eLearning Solutions (2005-present)
If you’re looking for a free LMS the best option is TalentLMS. No credit card or payment information of any kind is required to set up your account. TalentLMS lets you build courses and assessments directly on the platform, or upload your own existing content. You can white label the platf
, Histotechnologist at JH University of Louisville
Answered July 17, 2019 · Author has 332 answers and 49.5K answer views
Have you tried LinkedIn? You could send them an invitation to connect and if they respond, message them. You can tell them you admire their career and ask if they would be willing to share some advice and wisdom. Most people enjoy sharing what they know. They have a feature also that is for career advice where they match you up. People have signed up to be a part of that circle so I would expect that they would be open to questions and willing to communicate with you about their career or yours.