|In which areas have you thought of building upon your education?
I always wanted to go back to school to study modern literature. But, I don't think i would be willing to do it full time.
Life experience is my teacher. I am constantly increasing my knowledge through reading and practical experiences.
As I said, I will probably also continue education on software and programs relevant to my clients' needs.
I would like to learn more about business, and understand how to communicate better with people. Even though I am currently a freelance worker, it is still business. You will not get the job if you slack off, and bore your clients.
I am constantly building upon my education through extensive reading of books by genius level people.
I am currently studying German language and culture, and I have firm plans to travel more extensively in the coming years. I am also studying game design and have a couple of personal projects in various analog prototyping stages, which goes along with German studies (Germans love board games!).
In the past, I have considered returning to formal higher education, but each time I have done so, I have determined that the potential benefits do not sufficiently outweigh the costs in money and time. I have been a professional for over a decade now and am doing well without the BS.
Yes, I have plans of adding additional courses that can add to my degrees. For example, grant writing and property management courses. Anything that can help me to continue to be successful.
I really don't know that yet. I want to try the doctoral course, but I got to get a job in order to live. It's not realistic.
I would love to go to university. and study graphic design or Marketing/advertising
I continue to read everything I can about health. I am fascinated on the healing properties of herbs and plan to take time to go into this field of medicine at some stage of my career.
Banten and Bandung, are in Indonesia.
biology, chemistry, mathematics, and a little of medicine, and programming
More media and communication studies, so I could move on to doing research. Would not mind a PhD.
I know how to learn new concrete skills well, but I'd like to have more experience with less-tangible skills like communication and discussion and more of the marketing side of things.
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