By Maryam N.
The technology and lifestyle in 21st century has dramatically involved us, to the extent that we are mostly unaware of what we learnt and achieved in our lifetime. It is as if there is a package at the back of our brain in a storeroom, wrapped up and safeguarding a large amount of data which we have collected. To discover our hidden knowledge and flourish our talents, we need a small impetus: “A professional instruction”. We need someone tap on our shoulder and say: “Hey stop rushing!! Time to scan and review!
My professional life in homeland country was the most precious school I have ever been to. I was graduated from the university as a translator 15 years ago, the time that only the professionals in Information Technology tend to benefit from the “Digital Community”. People were still interested in reading newspapers, journals and books and the information was mostly transferred in written or verbal. Exchanging letters was the easiest long-distance communication which gradually substituted by emails but raised the public complaints during the first years that the digital letters do not include the hand-writing and smell of their dear ones. It took some years till both public and professionals realized that the digital community is the easiest and fastest way of communication and now it was the time to reinforce the digital community tools.
As a translator and web content manager, the intensive career in the past 12 years was a bombard of proficiency and competence which stayed idle afterward. With a big rucksack of experience and knowledge, I am still seeking the best key for:
- Popular digital content
- The best tone of writing and blogging
- Successful digital communication
- Boost sales via digital platforms
- Long-lasting online connection with customer
- Eye-catching Website
The second phase of my life has been started in a new region thousands mile away from home. I have to pilot the new boat in a new river with all its new challenges and that gives me the feeling that life never ends up! Yeah, still a lot to learn….