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Andrew Wan

Everyone has unique things that they are good at. What I suggest is to take a career aptitude test to help you determine what your interests are and then start from there. There are many options online that are free that will help you narrow down your career options. Once you find out what you are interested in, try to find a person in that industry and see what kind of skills you need to develop. Lastly, don't be afraid to take those steps to get to where you need to go, even if it may mean going back to school for it.

I recently attended a training that said we are the most successful when we build on our interest and strengths. The key is just to identify those interests. Sometimes talking to a friend and asking them what they see your strengths are will help in this aspect as well.

We are our worst critiques. Having a third-party sounding board is crucial to your success in life and in career.

Answered 2 years ago

Andrew Wan
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Rawdon LOWE

I'm glad you asked that question. It sounds like your confidence level needs a tune-up due to any confusion you may have about technology today. You should just keep in mind that no matter your age in today's world the workforce to meet today's tough and very complex skills to have require you as a person to have the education and the right mindset of not falling behind in today's business world.

My advice to you is just plan ahead where you see yourself in the upcoming years through your vision and creative mindset. The brain will always tell you what your career calling is through your past job experiences are.

Answered 3 years ago

Rawdon LOWE
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Cj

Try to travel around or expose to people as much as possible.....maybe u can know what u really want indeed after so many experiences...gud luck....

Answered 3 years ago

Cj