What skill have you developed since leaving formal education that has been most useful in your career? by Sharmin Prince

Since leaving formal education, the skill that has been most useful in my career has been my ability to learn quickly and adapt to new situations. I have always been a quick learner, but the ability to take information in quickly and then apply it has been essential in my career. Additionally, I have become a better problem solver and have learned to think “outside the box” to find solutions to complex problems. I have also developed a better understanding of the importance of networking and maintaining relationships with colleagues and clients, as well as greater self-awareness and the ability to manage my own emotions and behavior in stressful situations.

About Sharmin Prince

Welcome to my journey. I am Sharmin Prince, born and raised by one of the most resilient women in Georgetown, Guyana. I migrated to the United States at age 33 and have been here for the last 23 years. With that same resilience, I am determined to conquer the struggles and hurdles life has thrown my way. My creativity has enabled me to use these obstacles to drive me towards my goals and climb mountains to overcome hurdles blocking my path. This experience has given me a unique opportunity to help others. I am proud to say that I am an active listener, humanitarian, leader, and empath. I've developed my skills through education and work to get to where I am today, and I am dedicated to helping others every day. Over the past four years, I have been able to do all that I have done without major funding and continue to be creative in my process.

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