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Practice makes perfect, which is why I’m dedicating this summer to improving my programming skills. The more you make your self valuable, the more attractive you are to any potential employers. College or not, find something and get good at it: (painting, programming, hair-braiding, welding, writing, teaching). If it’s something you love, read everything about it and practice it, even when it gets boring to you practice. I get excited about new projects and the potential skill but I end up getting tired after a few months. However, working through those tired months with routine and consistency produces results.
We are all aware of that one person in our town that we all depend on for something: bike repair, iPhone screen replacement, master cake designer, etc. We depend on these people and we are sure if any of these problems occur or skills acquired, we know who to go to. They didn’t start like that. I’m pretty sure they all started off tinkering and messing things up. Also, with pairing yourself with a mentor that is good in your acquired area, you learn from their mistakes. Think about the Karate Kid, from meeting this mentor and hours on hours of wax on wax off, he was able to become a champion.
You too will become a champion, however it all starts with you picking a skill and being consistent.
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