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    Whether it's early in my analytics career or as an analytics trainer and mentor where I can inspire people to do their dream analytics work and inspire companies to capitalize on their data and ideas, my career path interests a lot of my clients. They wonder how it all happened. what steps and what obstacles I encountered along the way.

    The truth is that I did not fight to find analyzes, I embarked on a career in analysis. I did not have a problem creating an analytics consulting and training company, which was easy. I did not work hard to publish on Forbes or Harvard business review or even get a publisher for my book. The good people approached when I was ready and I said "yes".

    I can not pretend to be expectant. I can not claim wise moves. I can accept grace and fluidity.

    And I can tell you that it will be the ease with which you will feel as you move towards the work of your dreams. If analysis is your way, it will find you. This will appear in every magazine you take, every blog that you read – and you will be inspired in the action.

    If you consider analysis as an area and you are not yet inspired, this is neither your field nor your time. This test will help you assess your aptitude for analysis. and your own emotional navigation system will tell you if you are ready to move. Fear is a good indicator for looking elsewhere, and the feeling of "not waiting to get started" tells you that it's all and you're ready.

    And do not believe all those blogs that tell you that analysis is the only thing to do. Do not consider analysis as a career for the wrong reason. Yes, it is a growing field and, yes, there is a decent demand, but you will shine in all the careers where you are comfortable. Analytical or not, it does not matter.

    Once you know that analysis is your field, here's a short video on how to start and specify your target job profile.

    Good luck!

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    Whether it's early in my analytics career or as an analytics trainer and mentor where I can inspire people to do their dream analytics work and inspire companies to capitalize on their data and ideas, my career path interests a lot of my clients. They wonder how it all happened. what steps and what obstacles I encountered along the way.

    The truth is that I did not fight to find analyzes, I embarked on a career in analysis. I did not have a problem setting up a consulting and training company in analytics, so it was easy for me. I did not work hard to publish on Forbes or Harvard Business Review, or even find a publisher for my book. The good people approached when I was ready and I said "yes".

    I can not pretend to be expectant. I can not claim wise moves. I can accept grace and fluidity.

    And I can tell you that it will be the ease with which you will feel as you move towards the work of your dreams. If analysis is your way, it will find you. This will appear in every magazine you take, every blog that you read – and you will be inspired in the action.

    If you consider analysis as an area and you are not yet inspired, this is neither your field nor your time. This test will help you assess your analytical skills and your own emotional navigation system will tell you if you are ready to go. Fear is a good indicator for looking elsewhere, and the feeling of "not waiting to get started" tells you that it's all and you're ready.

    And do not believe all those blogs that tell you that analysis is the only thing to do. Do not consider analysis as a career for the wrong reason. Yes, it is a growing field and, yes, there is a decent demand, but you will shine in all the careers where you are comfortable. Analytical or not, it does not matter.

    Once you know that analysis is your field, here's a short video on how to start and specify your target job profile.

    Good luck!