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pocharle
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Re: Training
pocharle   1/28/2014 7:53:57 PM
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You also lose the opportunity to see if things work or not. Which will help in future opportunities.

nimantha.d
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Re: Training
nimantha.d   1/21/2014 11:10:27 PM
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@pocharle: Yes the important part is to TRY. Even if you fail you do need to try. If not you never know whether its suitable or not.  

pocharle
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Re: Training
pocharle   1/21/2014 8:49:26 PM
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That should always be a part of your plans moving forward. It's the only way to "try" & separate you from the pack.

Eldredge
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Set goals
Eldredge   1/20/2014 8:45:39 PM
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Another important factor is to set goals for achievement, and actively pursue those goals.

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Re: Training
Eldredge   1/20/2014 8:42:58 PM
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@prabhakar - Great point!  Self improvement and training should be a major part of the 1 to 2 year plan (revised and continued with each planning cycle, of course), but it is important enough to be mentioned separately.

prabhakar_deosthali
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Training
prabhakar_deosthali   1/18/2014 1:33:38 AM
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Nicely covered!

I would like to add one more thing

Upgrade yourself continuously by learning new techniques, get trained into new technologies and methodologies, new quality standards and certifications

That way your prospect of getting new assignments, promotions becomes easier



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