Tag: Mastery

Business – Success Equals Preparation

While flipping through some old papers the day I  saw this maxim scribbled down on a piece of paper. This maxim has proven true for many.  there is a high likelihood that folks with a military background have heard it somewhere along the way. Success Maxim Success equals preparation meeting opportunity. This concept is, also sometimes said as: Success happens when preparation meets opportunity.

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Are Information Technology Skill Badges Valuable?

Information Technology (IT) Skill badges are becoming more prevalent in the information technology industry, but do they add value?  I will be in the past I have only bothered with certifications where my clients or my employer thought they were valuable.  At some point in your career experience should mean more tests and training.  So, perhaps is time to consider the potential value of IT Skills badges (Mini-certification) and the merits behind them. What Are Information Technology (IT) Skills Badge? IT Skills badges are recognized as mini-certification, which are portable. IT Skills badges are achieved when an individual completes a

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As a technologist, How to work as a craftsman

How Technologist Can Work as A Craftsman Change is good, effective and positive change is even better. Recently, just about all over the place, “Service Persons” are being mentioned to as “techs” which is an abbreviated form for a technologist. The model description of the technologist is stated as “Professional in industrial procedures; a person who is accomplished in industrial methods or the excellent hands-on application of a skill. A technologist could also be described an individual who is vastly skilled; someone who has become skilled at a process or other specific expertise at the highest level. It is true

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Craftsmanship – 10,000 hours

In his book, “Outliers: The Story of Success”, Malcolm Gladwell wrote that it takes 10,000 hours to master any task. while, disputed, realistically, this rule means to say the mastery of a skill: takes time, requires practice/repetition, required focus, and must is earned through effort Please, understand that other concepts are applicable and that all skills and knowledge are perishable and permeable.

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