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Unlock your potential - training platforms

Many people want to change their lives. But many of them end up not doing anything, scared away by their own faulty image of how it should be done. Or, even worse, they start it from a completely wrong angle, which leads to a crushing failure with a hint of bitter disappointment.

No action, no future

How many people do you know, that keep complaining about their life but do nothing to change it? They give in to the defeatism, entering a spiral of dissatisfaction and fear of the unknown. After all, their current situation may be awful, but what if trying to change it will bring about something even worse? What if I pour my efforts into something that fails?

People with that attitude have a false idea of what is change. They think that in order to change their life, they have to drop everything at once and “start anew”, settling up an impossible tempo and hundreds of restrictions. They do not do small steps, as they are convinced it’s not enough. That it won’t give them anything. If you were contemplating something like that - stop immediately.


Okay, then how SHOULD I start?

First of all, you should start with changing your attitude and ideas. Why? Because, paradoxically, big changes should be implemented as slowly as possible, giving yourself time to think it through and prepare accordingly. The second most important thing is to give yourself the opportunity to fail and draw conclusions from that failure, to try out different methods, so a margin for trial and error.

The first step should be weightning your options. There are many ways to do that. You can start by writing down what would you like to do in life, and then what skills and characteristics do you possess, that could help you achieve that. You can ask your friends and family about that, as well as use some resources from the internet. Before you check off the first step, you should already know what your target is.

Next you should think about what do you need to change and learn to achieve that. The internet can also be helpful with that: sometimes all it takes is reading through a few articles describing the chosen industry and take a look at job offers for the low-level positions. It’s also good to check the available training courses nearby. It’ll not only help to lift the mood after looking at the job offers that can make your head spin, but also to realise that you have a great tool at your disposal, that will help you on your career path. I mean, of course, the widely-available courses and trainings.


Courses: how and where?

The two main types of offers that you can come across while browsing the internet are online courses and stationery courses.

The first type can be attended from the comfort of your home and only requires the internet access. Their schedules are very elastic, so they do not require you to change your daily rythm. They are often relatively cheap, don’t require commuting or keeping up with a group. The materials are often made specially for the concrete course, so there’s a smaller risk of outdated knowledge. On the other hand, they lack a leading figure, who would monitor the user’s progress, and provide no opportunity to compare to others. The sheer comfort of online courses also brings about the risk of continuous postponing them, even after they are bought and started.

Stationery courses, however, are more expensive and bring additional costs in the form of commuting and food. They also have an inflexible schedule that you have to conform to, and the risk of using outdated materials. The learning pace is set by the lecturer. But they provide the option of getting explanations and comparing your progress to that of your colleagues, as well as getting to know them better.

As you can see, the two types complete each other in many aspects and give the best results while used together or interchangeably, but not everyone can or wants to. If you’re in a situation where you’re forced to choose between a stationery and an online course, I personally advise opting for the online ones. They require a bit more willpower, but the lower price and the option to do them in your own home will save you a lot of stress that comes with the decision to learn. It is worth to remember, however, that the course is not all and you can’t settle on doing just one - even if it’s a long and extensive one. After all, the course is only a tool to achieve the goal we set up before.


Courses - are they enough?

Courses are a great tool, but most of the time they provide you only with the theoretical knowledge. The theory then should be supplemented with practice if we want to actually gain a new skill. After all, why would we need knowledge if we do not intend to use it? I don’t know about you, but for me it seems like a real waste of time.

But the practice is usually more difficult and risky than theory. What then? Well, it’s best to not try it on your own. Luckily, some courses have consultation packets included in them. One of such options is the Platinium Pro training platform. 


Platinium Pro: from talking to acting

Platinium Pro is a company specializing in financial consultation, which in my opinion has a very interesting attitude towards trainings. The specialists from this company treat courses not as the goal, like most consulting companies do, but as a mean, one of the elements of learning process. It shows in their relationships with the clients, which makes it easier to assimilate the gained knowledge. Moreover, Platinium Pro have their own training platform, which enables access to additional, paid materials for all advancement levels, which can be browsed independently.

But it’s the consultations that are the main focus of Platinium Pro. They grant the opportunity to talk to an investment specialist, who possesses an adequate knowledge and many years of experience. A person, who will be willing to share their information and explain the most important rules of investing in a clear an understandable way.

During such talks the client will not only learn the most important rules to investing, but will also be able to ask any series of questions that will help them dispel their doubts, as well as learn about the decisions made by other experienced investors that brought them financial freedom. These biographical threads can serve not only as pure information, but also a great source of motivation. It’s also possible, that a specialist will suggest some assets, that are worth looking into. All in the spirit of a friendly talk, without dictating any choices or presenting ready solutions. That’s very crucial, since investing good means investing consciously, which is only possible, if the investor knows what they’re doing.


Despite all the cliches repeated by the hardened killjoys, sometimes it takes just a little bit of effort to change your life for the better. You don’t need to reorganize your whole life or gain everything yourself through blood, sweat, and tears, as most tools and information is just within your grasp. That’s why it’s worth to use them and unlock your full potential! After all, we only have one life; it would be a terrible waste to spend it all doing something that gives you no satisfaction, right? A good attitude and using trusted sources will make employing even the biggest changes in our life go smoothly and without nasty surprises. It can only take one conversation to change your life.

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