Are you a professional? 

Are you a professional? 

What does it mean to be a professional? The textbook definition is: a person who does a job that needs special training and a high level of education. But it’s more than that, isn’t it? Being a professional encompasses many things – from skillset to personality to aptitude. Here are a few common characteristics of a true professional: 

  • Do you learn every aspect of the job or do you skip the learning process whenever possible? 
  • Do you carefully discover what is needed and wanted or do you assume what others need and want? 
  • Do you look, speak and dress like a professional or are you sloppy in appearance and speech? 
  • Are you focused and clear-headed or confused and distracted? 
  • Do you catch mistakes and fix them, or do you ignore and hide them? 
  • Do you remain level-headed and optimistic or do you get upset and assume the worst? 
  • Do you use higher emotional tones: enthusiasm, cheerfulness, interest, contentment; or lower tones: anger, hostility, resentment, fear? 
  • Do you persist until the objective is achieved or do you give up at the first opportunity? 
  • Do you produce more than expected or just enough to get by? 
  • Do you strive to give high-quality service or do you give medium to low? 

These are the questions that separate the professionals from the amateurs. The first step to making yourself a professional is to decide you ARE a professional! Then ACT like one!

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