A lot of you who qualify your professional exams end up registering for a course within the next few months and later realize that it wasn't worth it or you are unable to pursue it further due to lack of interest in the field or no time to study. This rush wastes your time, your money and your efforts. What's good for you and what's not? How that decision should be made? Whom you should ask? You have no idea about it.
Do you ask yourself these questions :
a) Why should you do this course, to begin with?
b) What skills are needed for the course?
c) Will it help me in the long run in the organization I am currently in?
d) Are you just following the crowd or you have knowledge about it?
e) Do you have a plan to take it forward?
If you have never given this a thought you have come to the right place. Before planning to invest lacs in the professional courses let's first decide if it's even worth the efforts. In my constant endeavour to help you all here is a meetup that would help you to know what nobody ever told you in your GMCS, MCS or whatever it is called these days. Learn from me when is the right time for it and what is right for you. What you can do apart from today's crowd that would make you shine brighter than others because you need to be smart to outshine.
What's more? Meet like-minded people and also learn a hack from me to explore the fields that seem fancy to you at little or no cost. What if I tell you, you can learn about the various techs at throwaway prices and also get certified. Join me in my efforts to help you rise and shine in your organization.