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- Houston Executive Suggests Employees Refine Their Problem Solving Skills "In the long run, what is probably more important than the knowledge of a specific technology is the ability to find solutions to problems and build the team and strategy needed for success," says Bob Prochnow.
- Houston Educator Depends On Technology In The Classroom Teachers are not only meant to help students learn but to prepare them for the world after school. Working with students on life skills and preparations for their careers can be more fulfilling than other aspects of education.
- Houston Lawyer Says Students Must Keep Their Focus On Learning "Law school should be approached by law students as a period of time when they must keep their focus on learning about the things that will help them thrive in their chosen area of practice," said Chris Downey.
- Houston Dialysis Nurses Are Finding A Positive Outlook A dialysis nurse has specialized training and taken extra courses that include instruction on how to use the dialysis machines and everything that could be affected when undergoing dialysis treatments.
- Houston Health Professional Helps Mothers Stay Healthy Working with trained professionals towards a wellness program and goals can be a great way for people to live a more fulfilling life, and helping people live these lives can also be a fulfilling career.
- Houston Technology Developer Stays Ahead Of The Competition With more and more commerce moving online, businesses will need to become more integrated with technology to keep up. Making your website easy to use with the latest technologies is key to staying ahead of the competition.
- Houston Pathologist Uses Education, Experience To Help Clients Debra Kerner, a speech-language pathologist and former trustee for the Harris County Department of Education believes education can set you a part in your career, helping you get ahead in life.
- Houston Security Expert Excited By Technological Advances Security does not only mean locking up physical objects in safe buildings. It can also mean keeping your digital assets and personal identity safe from those who would exploit them.
- Therapist Helps Houstonians With Autism, Other Disabilities "The most important thing is to never stop learning. I know it sounds cliché, but take it from someone who has studied learning and behaviour for over 20 years, we truly never stop learning," said Candice Floyd.
- Houston Physician Driven By Desire To Help Patients Working in a medical specialty can mean more training than the average health care worker, but it can also mean a more rewarding career.