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5/27/2015 | 11:11:21 AM
Re: Item seven
You will be good in what you enjoy. However if you really good at something that you don't enjoy that is accepting challenge.
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5/27/2015 | 11:08:07 AM
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I agree. With the passion if you can be more accountable, it will add more value. This is going the extra mile. That bit will show who you are.
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5/25/2015 | 8:57:55 PM
Re: Item, seven
Having passion about your area of study is vital to long-term success. When mixed with a high degree of competence and learning, you are on your way to a successful career.
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5/22/2015 | 2:03:22 PM
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Passion is important.  If you're passionate, you're more likely to be curious, try something different, and discover the limits of what you're doing.
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5/22/2015 | 1:58:54 PM
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Thank you.  Data quality is important.
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5/22/2015 | 12:36:30 PM
Item seven
It's very difficult to be really good at something one doesn't enjoy doing.  It's good to have money, but the profit motive will only take you so far.  Being one of the best usually requires loving what one does.

 
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5/22/2015 | 12:13:08 PM
Actively Collaborate With Others
This is an important aspect. When it comes to a data driven culture, data analysts needs to have data sources from many places. At the same time the output of data analysis has to be explained. Therefore it is already connected with each other. 
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shamika,
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5/22/2015 | 12:12:32 PM
Data
This is an interesting artcile.it is always important to understand about data. Mainly the quality of data is important. Otherwise it will create wrong output.
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