What Is Future-Proofing Yourself?

What is future-proofing yourself by Tony de Bree

Morning,

as we are in a second lockdown’ in The Netherlands and we are approaching the New year, I wanted to share some of my personal tips and experiences on how to future-proof yourself in 2021 and how I do that personally in a number of blogs and pitch-videos on www.tonydebree.online.

What is ‘future-proofing yourself?

Future-proofing yourself is the process of anticipating the future soft- and hard skills you personally need to minimize the effects of shocks and stresses of future events and to acquire the relevant skills for you personally in time. 

More: ‘7 Tips To Achieve A Positive Mindset During This Crisis’  ‘Why You Should Focus On Relevant Life-Long Learning During Covid-19’ 

In this definition, the word ‘relevant‘ is critical. Why? Because depending on your personal profile, your current skillset and your personal financial situation for instance, a life-event like losing your current highly-paid job will be different from the impact on other highly-educated people for instance.

And thus ‘future-proofing’ yourself will have to be an individual exercise with an individual right-skilling plan with a different sense of urgency for all of us individually.

If you have any question or request, please do not hesitate to call me on Skype on tony.de.bree or email me here

Kind regards,
Tony de Bree

p.s.
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About the Author: tonydebree

Tony de Bree is a born survivor. He worked 26 years in global banking & finance. As turnaround manager and in corporate strategy & change, outsourcing, offshore banking & splitting up ABN Amro Bank globally. In 2001 he started making money online from home with digital products next to his dayjob at ABN Amro Bank as 'plan b'. In 2011, he became independent business owner helping C-level, startups, scaleups & SMEs to survive and grow personally with on demand consulting and blended learning programs.

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