Should I get more 'recognised' qualifications now?

A. I guess there are two things to consider here, one a little more philosophical than the other. Firstly, be confident in your own 'unrecognised' leanings. Not all learning comes with a pass or an accreditation or a qualification. And recognise that this is, well, OK. If we only chase after qualifications which are formalised we can miss out on some of the very best learning in life. Attending a t'ai chi class every week at the local college may teach you a lot more about strategy than your Open University distance-learning MBA ever did, for instance. Then once you have created your own MBA, consider more vocational training — if people skills are your big interest, for example, you might do a Myers — Briggs course.

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