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if you have taken the welding or painting career path what advice could you give me that would help me when i get a job/career in those two fields

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Kim’s Answer

This one is easy. It is my favorite quote. "I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times." – Bruce Lee

Perform the best you can, it doesn't have to be perfect, it must be with a purpose. Perfect what you do from the simplest task to the most eloquent. If you don't like something, only you can change it, after all, it's your life.

Then remember where you came from, so you might be humble in the perfection of whatever it is you do. Only you know what that perfection is.

Kim recommends the following next steps:

Read 3-books a week. Ten minutes for each reading, twice a day. Within a year, you'll have acquired the knowledge from people who have succeeded.
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Krystiana’s Answer

If you are passionate about painting, combine it with a secondary skill as well. If you enjoy it and could do it as a career, there are museums needing painting restoration. You get to work with other artists, most include benefits, and it would be rewarding. You would restore old masterpieces, and get to see what happens behind the scenes. If you choose welding, you could combine it with painting. It's not a rule that you can't have both :). I hope this helps you decide, and good luck.

Krystiana recommends the following next steps:

Read up on careers that combine the two.
Check out schools that offer painting/welding programs
Students have perks! Find someone in the field to interview!
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