Just because my time at college is coming to an end doesn't mean my learning also has to come to an end. I feel that it is important to continue learning still, be it on my own within books or the web.

It’s hard to believe that my college life is done. I have learned so many important things and I’m excited and can’t wait to go out into the world and put that information to good use – starting my career and making a name for myself in this big world of ours.

But, as the saying goes, “when one door closes, another opens;” so too does my education.  I must now learn hands on within a company how they function – gaining experience to someday be able to pass on my wisdom to others.  At that time, the circle will be completed – but until then, I will enjoy the next chapter in learning what life will teach me!
 
 
One of the lesson that I have learned that has really stuck out with me is in the aspect of how we word things. To not have an "I" view, but an "you" perspective instead. Kind of a walk in my shoes perspective. The second thing that I learned and had really stuck out was in the important of feedback. And how in order to improve oneself, one needs some type of feedback. How else would they know if they are moving forward in the right direction, or if they're moving forward at all.