As a teacher, I am sure you have many students every year but not all of them have a prominent position in this world, what do you have to do to achieve it?
We live in a highly competitive and dynamic professional environment.
This, on the one hand, leads us to assume that when we pursue an objective we are not alone and, to be sure, we are going to find many others on the road that pursue that same goal.
In this sense, it is essential to train in the culture of effort and in the pursuit of excellence. We do not have to do things optimally, we must pursue them in an outstanding way and, if possible, do them in a different way, always looking for our actions to present high doses of originality and creativity.
And, on the other hand, we have to understand that the life cycles of everything that surrounds us tend to be shortened exponentially. What we are worth today, it is very likely that tomorrow will not. In this regard, it is essential to adopt an academic and professional orientation of ongoing training throughout our lives, which allows us to assume the most current skills and competencies.
The two elements considered above are completed by a third one of a transversal nature: the search for interdisciplinarity.
This concept involves the acquisition of skills in different disciplines. And the fact is that any problem that is posed to us can be understood under very different prisms and, therefore, resolved from particular solutions.
The interdisciplinarity in the individual means that the latter, by itself, is capable of providing different complementary solutions to the problem. Or what is the same, a complete solution and not partial to it.