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Hey there, Skill Miner is online. In the past, I had quite often this devastating feeling of being late to catch up on something. Actually, it is almost never too late to start something new. At least before you kick the bucket. All of you have most probably heard about the blockchain technology. But how much … Continue reading How to get on board of Blockchain and Crypto in 2018
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It was for about 6 years ago. An exciting opportunity to pass an internship in Schlumberger as a Field Engineer - in the biggest oil service company worldwide. I was sitting in my room trying to put together the slides for a self-presentation I needed for my interview. I called it "Seven tones of my individuality" and the first tone happened to be C. C stood for "Curiosity" and this is how the story begins. Being always curious and hungry for new knowledge and skills I couldn't avoid putting my eye on blockchain and cryptocurrencies. But being a Mechanical Engineer I had no idea what they are. This is when I came across this course Cryptocurrency Trading and ICO Investment Masterclass available on udemy.
In my family, it has been always cultivated that being a salesperson is a kind of a wicked thing and a dead end. Especially if you are an Engineer. Looking back to this attitude now I realize how wrong it was. Sales is a crucial skill to survive. Because the first thing that you must know how to sell is yourself. It is your experience, knowledge, portfolio, contacts, talents and etc. I assume, that sitting at the negotiations table with your potential employer you think really hard about, how to get as much as you can from him (and do as little as possible (joke)).