By: Brandon T. Ward
As children we went to school each and every day to learn about life and the ways of the world. We spent hours in class after class only to come home and spend hours more doing homework. The knowledge we obtained led us where we are today, good or bad. Seeking a brighter future, some of us learned a trade, some of us started our own businesses, while others went off to college. We studied day in and day out, night and day we studied to ensure we possessed the knowledge required in order to pass the big test, to make the grade and succeed in this world.
Finally, graduation day arrives and with that degree we obtained wonderful jobs which provided us with the things we sought after in life. Our education did not stop there, we had to invest more time and energy into that new job in order to learn the ins and outs of it which refined our skills and made us more valuable to our employers.