ASKing Is Hard But Missing Out On An Opportunity Is Worse
Poornima Vijayashanker
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Poornima,

This section of your article is important~

“I think of it as an investment because then I know I need to value it by setting aside the time to follow through, and put into practice what I’ve learned.
Surprisingly each time I invest in training and apply what I learn, I end up making back the money if not immediately then by the end of the year.”

I’ve found that people who understand their challenges, investigate the options and pay for their own training are often more invested than those who are sponsored by their employer.

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