by Kent Healy, no comments.
⇒05 Sep 2013
Common: Recognizing there are different jobs that carry with them different responsibilities and compensation structures, but assuming that most work exemplifies the same relationship between time, skillsets, and flexibility.
Uncommon: We’ve all heard of the “climbing the corporate ladder” but that is merely one metaphor in a larger system of upward mobility… not just in the economic sense (although that is part of it), but also in the sense of lifestyle freedom and flexibility.
I’ve come to recognize 3 important tiers or stages of both personal and professional life … where compensation and personal freedom collide depending on how one develops their UVP. In other words, these tiers show the correlation between one’s time and personal assets (knowledge & personality) and their compensation … and consequently, the type of life they lead.