My Personal Story About Professional Development

 When I was in college, I had a few goals that I wanted to achieve. These were generally academic goals, with a few exceptions. For example, one of my major goals was to get enough sleep (I didn't get nearly enough sleep). Additionally, one of my minor goals was to eat more fruits and vegetables (I didn't do that either). Another goal was to exercise at least three times per week (I failed at this too). Finally, another goal that is related to professional development is the fact that I wanted a 4.0 GPA (this means receiving all As on all your grades) while in college.

 Of the four aforementioned examples of what I wanted when I was in college - four out of five isn't bad! My grades were higher than average for many people who go to community colleges like myself; however they weren't as high as people who go to other kinds of colleges or universities such as state schools/universities and private ones/institutions. Therefore it's not like my GPA wasn't good or anything because it certainly did have room for improvement - there are always things you can improve on! In summary: My GPA wasn't bad but it certainly could have been better! There are lots of things we can work on improving if we really want them badly enough! For example: Eating more fruits and vegetables has its pros and cons. It is important to keep up your skills. It is also important to work on your personal appearance. Indeed, it is important to be well-rounded and healthy in many senses of the word!


Moving along, I had a lot of goals when I was in college. For example: I wanted to get good grades, learn how to be a better writer by joining an English club at my school (I did get involved with this organization), and listen to educational podcasts that were related to writing or other topics that interested me. It's not like before college (as an undergraduate) I didn't have any goals at all - it's just that after taking some courses in college things changed for me. Before you make any big decisions about what you want out of life or anything else, consider your options carefully! It will pay huge dividends down the road if you do so!


I recently read this article on Gigaom titled “9 Ways To Stay Productive While Working From Home” by Jeff Korhan which was really interesting. The article talks about the fact that working from home can be more productive than working from an office sometimes because you don't have as many distractions as someone who works in a typical office space might have. I mean, you miss out on the typical office gossip and stuff like that. It's a little different, however, when you're working online because there are many distractions online and I think we all know it! For example: You can look at the news, read up on sports scores or what's happening in politics - it might be hard to resist!


The article by Jeff Korhan talks about how important it is to stay productive while working from home. However if you're going to work from home and do it remotely then make sure that your network connection is really good. If you have a weak network connection then things will take longer for you than they would otherwise. This means that your productivity could become hampered by your bad internet connection or something else of this nature (e.g. an unstable internet connection).


According to the article by Jeff Korhan, there are a lot of productivity tips that you can use to help yourself stay on top of your game when working remotely or working from home. Some of these tips include the following ideas: Stay out in the open, don't let distractions get in your way (keep them at bay), and keep a schedule throughout the day. Let's take a closer look at each tip I just mentioned!


Stay out in the open - this means you need to be available for people to contact you if they absolutely have to do so. If someone needs something from you then it is important for them to be able to find you so that they can get their questions answered or whatever else they need help with. You don't want people having trouble reaching out and touching someone, right? After all, this kind of thing could make some other person feel really bad if it happened too many times! Don't let distractions get in your way - sometimes we might want something really badly but we just can't seem to reach it because our computer is too far away and we really want access right now! This has happened before and I'm sure most people reading this post know what I'm talking about - we're all human here and therefore prone (susceptible) sometimes just like everyone else.


I really liked a book I read by Malcolm Gladwell called “What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures”. The book is about how people from different walks of life see things different from one another. For example, many people think that professional development is something that is only for people who are already in school or in the workforce but not professionals themselves - this isn't true! You can take professional development courses even if you're already working for a company or in some other capacity.


In closing, it's good to know that everyone has their own unique vantage point and perspective on things when they go to work every day - we each have our own little worlds! But at the same time these worlds aren't so small as we might think sometimes; they have lots of variety and depth to them just like most other places do!


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