I remember the old General Motors commercials when they were hyping their pick-ups and their cars were not fairing so well; their slogan was something like "Do One Things Well." This they did; their pick-ups have been the #2 selling automobile in America as long as the F-150 has been the #1. But of these two car companies, Ford did not need or take any bailout money to make it through the first part of the current recession. Why? Ford had already diversified. They had the Explorer, the Escape, and the Taurus which where the best selling (domestic) autos in their respective classes.
What does this have to do my Life on Special Education? Everything. I tend to get restless if I have only one plate spinning at a time. Since I have finished my Master's in Education, I have been trying to figure out what venture I will add to my pot next. I'm thinking that this next venture will be consulting with parents to help them create a proper home environment for their child(ren) with special needs. This will be the first of many other consulting services that I'll probably be doing over the years.
So, the question is, how do I take the next/first step and get started? And the answer is that I'm not sure yet, but I'm researching around, and I'm gonna figure this out before too long.