“Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.”
~ Oscar Wilde
When it comes to standing out from the crowd experience and knowledge of advanced skills can give you a jump start in the world of growing technology. We all want to get ahead and have the tools to make our professional lives more productive but don’t always take the time it takes to be proficient. Be proactive and take the time to learn and practice new technical skills in the coming year to help keep you at the cutting edge of your team.
It seems we are made aware almost daily of a new tool or software update promising to help us get through our work day faster and easier. Advancements in online programming and editing are a high priority for large companies looking to promote products and services and the people who are proficient in operating these programs are of high value and importance.
As an example, Adobe Photoshop is a graphic design software that has been around for years and not utilized by many companies because of its difficulty. Having the patience to take the steps to learn this one program could make the difference in adding value to your resume and to your team.
Updating personal and professional skills can be an ongoing goal that can be a lifelong resolution for positive change.
Kelly D. Scott
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