Your question is truly remarkable. My journey began in the healthcare sector as I always had a desire to serve others. My initial role was as a nursing assistant in a long-term care facility, primarily caring for the elderly. Simultaneously, I was pursuing my college education and managed to earn an Associate's degree in Healthcare Administration. Additionally, I gained experience working in a pharmacy, specifically Eckerd, which sadly no longer exists.
My passion for healthcare led me to seek more knowledge and skills. I volunteered in EMS, acquired my CPR certification, and furthered my studies by obtaining a Bachelor's in Business. After gaining substantial experience in long-term care, I transitioned into the pharmacy sector. This move was complemented by my pursuit of a Master's degree in Psychology/Behavioral Health. Consequently, I found myself in the fascinating intersection of pharmacy and Artificial Intelligence, working alongside advanced AI robotics.
I believe it's crucial to thoroughly enjoy exploring all aspects of your passion. This approach not only enhances your skills but also broadens your horizons, opening doors to new opportunities. Remember, starting in one area doesn't limit your journey. You're free to traverse and discover new paths. So, dive into your chosen career with an open mind and heart, ready to explore the endless possibilities.
With both teaching overseas and becoming a software engineer they start in a similar way. One I identify what my end goal is, then I break the steps to get there down into the smallest, simplest steps that I can. I try to give realistic timelines for each step and a game plan for how I can complete each step. I highly recommend if you don't know already is SMART goals. The end goal at times can look like a giant mountain and overwhelming, but each mountain is climbed one step at a time, section by section. So whatever it is that you want to start doing, break that end goal down into smaller goals and stay disciplined, if you "fail" THAT IS OK, keep trying and learn from the "failure." "Fail fast and fail forward" is a great mindset when starting something new. Also remember discipline over motivation, if you stay disciplined you will put in the work even when not motivated, create manageable routines and stick to them or change as necessary. I believe in you Amos, by already asking questions you are on the right track. Best of luck to you!
Thank you for The Question!
It is a Great One!!
Someone said I should start my own business and so I did
Reach Out is my 1st business .
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