Brew some coffee. Charge your device. Flip to a clean notebook page. Test that your pen has ink.
RootsTech will be live streaming 19 session over 4 days, February 28 to March 3.
Lucky me. I thought RootsTech was early in February. I thought I had missed it as I repeatedly shoveled my Midwestern snow covered driveway.
I didn’t miss a second.
RootsTech 2018 is at the begining of March instead of February.
Check out their schedule and set aside time for your favorite topics. https://www.rootstech.org/live-stream-schedule
I’m looking forward to the DNA sessions and hearing Scott Hamilton speak. I’ve been impressed by him even since watching his amazing footwork on Olympic ice.
I was inspired yesterday by Liz Wiseman’s RootsTech talk for integrating two of my passions: helping rookies grow in their careers and working towards professional genealogist status.
I’m comfortable with research and
technology and am building good citation habits. I love that resources like RootsTech and my local society (DuPage County Genealogical Society) exist to help me right start and develop mastery in this profession.
I also love the innovation shared at RootsTech. With these new developments, trends, and tools, I’ll never have to worry about the becoming bored.
If you missed her RootsTech session, you can purchase her session or read her book.
If you want to learn a little more about the Career S Curve she discussed, read my other blog.