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Computer skill

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Computer skill
« on: January 13, 2019, 03:17:11 PM »
I will like to get a skill, preferably ITC, But someone told me it has a lot to do with cramming, of which I am not really good at plus I don't  really have any scope in coding before now.

Please do I have a chance in this?

Re: Computer skill
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2019, 04:31:25 PM »
Don't listen to what they say—they are the lazy type and they always discourage people because they couldn't do it.

To learn an IT skill, you must have a computer—a desktop or a laptop.

The first thing you should improve is your typing skill by installing Mavis Beacon or any other typing software.

The second thing you need to learn is graphic design with Photoshop.

The third is web design with HTML & CSS.

They are easy to learn as long as you have passion. Do you know the richest men on Forbes' list started with the basics?

If you want to be rich or wealthy faster, then IT is the shortcut. Most of the wealthiest men in the world right now made their money there.

So, why won't you have passion on something that has the potential of making you wealthier than 100 best and richest footballers or musicians combined?

Think and get started. Look for a mentor on YouTube on those skills above. Try not to be overwhelmed with information overload. You don't need to know everything or mathematics to learn computer or acquire computer skills.

Mathematics is only for those who love studying theories of computer and science. Sadly, these people don't make as much as those who focus on practical without mathematical jargon.

Can you type fast on the computer without looking at your keyboard? If no, start by learning typing for 3—6 months, then move over graphics for 3—6 month, then to HTML & CSS for 3—6 months.

After these basics, you'll finally find your passion on the process and you'll now specialize.

Don't use Google to learn, but YouTube. When you're stuck, then call on Google or let us know.

Re: Computer skill
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2019, 08:31:22 PM »
Don't listen to what they say—they are the lazy type and they always discourage people because they couldn't do it.

To learn an IT skill, you must have a computer—a desktop or a laptop.

The first thing you should improve is your typing skill by installing Mavis Beacon or any other typing software.

The second thing you need to learn is graphic design with Photoshop.

The third is web design with HTML & CSS.

They are easy to learn as long as you have passion. Do you know the richest men on Forbes' list started with the basics?

If you want to be rich or wealthy faster, then IT is the shortcut. Most of the wealthiest men in the world right now made their money there.

So, why won't you have passion on something that has the potential of making you wealthier than 100 best and richest footballers or musicians combined?

Think and get started. Look for a mentor on YouTube on those skills above. Try not to be overwhelmed with information overload. You don't need to know everything or mathematics to learn computer or acquire computer skills.

Mathematics is only for those who love studying theories of computer and science. Sadly, these people don't make as much as those who focus on practical without mathematical jargon.

Can you type fast on the computer without looking at your keyboard? If no, start by learning typing for 3—6 months, then move over graphics for 3—6 month, then to HTML & CSS for 3—6 months.

After these basics, you'll finally find your passion on the process and you'll now specialize.

Don't use Google to learn, but YouTube. When you're stuck, then call on Google or let us know.
thanks coach... not really fast but 18-20wpm, dont know if thats good enough. as for others, i will hit the youtube right the way like you said.