• Networking- By not having to meet people physically, you can save time using social networking sites and blogs. Email, IM and a phone conversation can save you time and help you meet up for lunch.
  • It is important to be well-read. I have been reading like a madman for the past few months. There are no shortcuts to reading, but you don’t always have to go to the library to read a book. Blogs/sites, such as this one, are great ways to increase your knowledge. Many authors offer a free download of their books on their blogs or sites. That is how I read Beyond Code.
  • Ask questions. The more you ask questions, the more you will understand. Ask your mentor, your seniors, or sms a friend to clarify your doubts.
  • A mentor is a great idea. They will be there to inspire you when the world seems dark. You can reach a mentor anywhere on the planet via web. A quick email or phone call is all that is needed to keep you going and get great advice.

It?s important to understand what you should do and how to do it. You will be able to get to the other if you know one. There is no doubt about it. (Picture by Google Images)