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If you went down the path of advanced training, what was it like?

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Andrea’s Answer

I'd like to understand your question better. Could you be more specific? I see you have welding in your list. If you want to be a master welder, just like any skill, you have to spend a lot of time becoming proficient at it. Having a mentor or working as an apprentice, getting your certifications, all will lead you to advanced skills. The dedication it takes to master those skills will serve you well regardless of the career path you choose.

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Search on line for what it takes to become a master in your field of interest.
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Jerry’s Answer

I was a professional football player. The training was very hard and require a lot of discipline. The key to any sport improving in that sport requires cross training out of season.

For example, I use track and field, baseball and basketball and then long distance running to improve my football skills. I was a wide receiver, so I worked tirelessly, running. low ball, tough catches over the shoulder, sideline catches end zone catches tracking the deep ball. Discipline your day to yield the results you want.



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Every night before you fall asleep regardless of the sport you chose! First, close your eyes, and take a deep breath ..inhale hold it five counts-release exhale slowly.! Secondly, continue to breath normally and visualize 3 responsibilities that the coach has implemented in practice or emphasized in a game! Lastly, create that big game changing play, last shot, hit, jump, catch, etc., to win the game.
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Andrea’s Answer

I'd like to understand your question better. Could you be more specific? I see you have welding in your list. If you want to be a master welder, just like any skill, you have to spend a lot of time becoming proficient at it. Having a mentor or working as an apprentice, getting your certifications, all will lead you to advanced skills. The dedication it takes to master those skills will serve you well regardless of the career path you choose.

Andrea recommends the following next steps:

Search on line for what it takes to become a master in your field of interest.
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