Are you still getting over the holiday bug bite? If so, Happy New Year! How’s 2020 treating you? January is ending real soon and it’s time to wake up.
Before 2019 ended, most of us sat ourselves to think about how the year went. Ambitiously, we listed down our New Year’s Resolutions. There’s just something about January 1st that makes us feel brand new.
Counting down the number of days left for the holidays could be a little sad for some. It meant saying goodbye to long hours of sleep and non-stop feasts. It’s time to go back to work. Are you still coping?
“For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?’ And whenever the answer has been ‘No’ for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.”Steve Jobs
Do you relate to what Steve Jobs said? Don’t take this as a demotivation. In fact, this is a challenge!
Hope this made you reflect on what you have at the moment. Always remember to take the time to pause every now and then to know what your heart wants. If this helped you to rethink your career, know that it’s okay to have a change of heart.
New Year, New Career!
It’s a bold move. Entering the new decade with something new career-wise could be exciting or excruciating. It actually depends on you and how you handle it.
Shifting to a new career will require you to equip yourself with the knowledge you’ll need to start over. Having the littlest ideas on your next pursuit will impact the possibility of you getting hired. Upscaling and skill stacking is essential and taking up short courses or training is the way to go.
Have you thought of what your next career would be? If not, how about you learn how to code?
Learn How to Code in 2020
It’s probably hard and too ambitious, you might think but do you know that a young lady from Antipolo, Rizal named Isabel Sieh, now the founder of Girls Will Code, started coding at age 11? Younger generations are now more inclined to learn something cool and different so why not you too?
Here are some of the famous Programming Languages you could start with:
Just like what Isabel said about learning with a community, we also believe that Coding Bootcamps are helpful. A lot would say self-study is enough but it’s way better to have like-minded people by your side while you are on your journey learning something new, right?
What do you think? Are you ready to venture out on a new path?
Not yet convinced? Do you know that coding is a compulsory subject for Grade School students in some schools abroad? So yes, do you feel like getting ahead from these grade-schoolers? Cause I do!
So, are you in for a new chapter?