Patrick Fiorenza

Spent an equal amount of working on soft-skills as hard skills in graduate school. It’s just simply not enough to have a great idea or a solution to a problem – you need to be able to sell it and communicate effectively with your peers. This is an interesting discussion here. Quikcly, my take is to hone in on both skills, practice and seek feedback, don’t be afraid to address your weaknesses, that’s how you’ll grow professionally/personally.