|Do you usually attended seminars or coursework to advance your professional work or would you consider yourself a more self-taught person?
self-taught, plus discussing matters on the rare occasion
of meeting an intelligent human
yes, I do!
I am definately a more self-taught person.
Yes to both! It is incredibly important to seek out opportunities to better yourself, but at the same time, it is important to discover new things and learn them your own way.
I used to follow courses but now not anymore.
I definatly would not be where I am today without the seminars and resources that were available to me to gain knowledge.
A mixture of both. After 17 years I am still in love with the idea that I can find a search engine, type in a term, and start learning. It is truly an amazing experience for someone who spent their childhood consuming every library book and magazine I could find.
When I am not flat out running up hill I love to slow down and take in some EDUtainment.
Presently I am more self-taught; although I surround myself with the best talent in the field to learn from such as @theradicalrecruit; who is my current mentor
Infact seminar,courseshop and workshop is Essential for any self thought to go forward...
I make great use of internet resources. Tutorials and things.
I have been to a few painting related classes recently, but I would have to say that my painting ability is mostly self-taught. I use "self-taught" loosely because there have been people that have given me pointers throughout my time painting. It started out with my parents teaching me the basics, then learning on-the-job from other painters and from personal experiences. Aside from that, I have gotten certified to work with lead paint and learn techniques from the Painting and Decorating Contractors of America meetings.
I take 32 to 34 continuing education credits in taxes every year. I also take continuing education credits in financial services and accounting every year. These are accomplished by attending multi-day workshops and seminars.
I have done quite a bit of both, but without question, I am "hands on". I need to make my own mistakes before I can make sense of anything.
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