Sometimes we feel like we have no interests at all. Or vice versa. When we have so many interests that we can’t answer the question, what “competency”, “expertise” or “specialization” we have. We can help you a little with it!
Before marking something as your specialization on talkoclock, make sure:
1) You’re ready to talk about the topic
2) You can give some piece of advice on that if asked
Your specialization is an not just an interest, it’s an interest you know pretty much things about.
It can be a skill or knowledge how to do something.
A skill is about doing something well – your ability to choose and perform the right technique at the right time.
Knowledge is the information that you know, including theories, facts and procedures, and the ability to apply this information in different situations.
To choose you skill you can ask yourself some of these questions:
- Who are you?
- What are you able to do?
- What do you like to do?
- What have you achieved?
You can also consult friends, family and colleagues about it. Often it’s better seen from the other’s point of view.
Specializations are described in ways that are often:
- Based on performance
So if you know or can do something, you can describe it, explain to the other person. It means there can be some results in what you do.
Now decide your specialization and be among the first who tried our new Q&A calls!