Is it something tried and true such as public speaking, strong writing, or sales?
Is it a buzzword such as "responsive design," "big data," "cloud computing," or "mobile app development?"
Maybe it’s something very specific to your particular industry.
The one thing we do know is this: It doesn’t matter if it’s 2013 or 1983 or 500 BC. It’s been said, "The only constant is change." One of the best ways to advance your career is to constantly be learning, no matter what new skill you decide to take on. So take a look at the landscape in your field and learn something new.
Jim Hopkinson is an author, writer, and speaker living in New York City. His focus is on career development for the new economy, showing how new media, technology and branding are changing how people look at their career and lifestyle. Read more...