Technology Manager,Poet,Archaeology Enthusiast,History Maniac.Also a prolific writer on varied topics from AI to Love.
My point is very simple. Don’t wait for anything(your job) or anybody(your boss) to be a catalyst for your learning. Whatever I have learned so far in my life is on my own; putting and finding some time to brush up my skills. I feel an employer should provide for training. But why wait for that? after all, you are investing in yourself; your own future.
Interesting question Deborah Christensen. People call me as a cross between the fixer and the maniac with a generous dose of the charmer tossed in between depending on the mood. But personally speaking, I like to be on the perfectionist mode(if my bosses permit me to do so !!!).
Roland Fisher no article can really help you to choose any language.every language has pros, cons and its own problems it is the user(that is you) who has to analyze and make the right decision. End of the day, you have to be comfortable with your decision.
Deborah Christensen This guy was the local bad boy during my years in Africa. He was a hooligan, ruffian, and a bad egg. Nobody expected any good thing from him.
But he surprised everyone on that day when a building was on fire. He rescued a small child where everybody had failed. I guess everyone has something good within…
Great stuff to think about Jessica Lovejoy.
I would just like to sum my point with a wonderful quote from Dalai Lama which explains everything about religion.
This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the…
Writes Josh I think you are missing the point here. What I am referring to is the writer’s ego which prevents any writer to explain his ideas clearly to the reader. Moby Dick is a classic of its times and much ahead of its times and that is the very reason that readers of the future generation were able to understand it better.
Roy The Titanic was a huge disaster for humans if you think from the human perspective, But if you think from a lobster’s perspective it was a blessing in disguise as it got a chance to escape from the ship’s kitchen and avoid getting slaughtered. It is all about whose perspective you are thinking.It is a metaphor to explain viewpoints.