How far can you go, your professionalism matters
  Two days ago, I went to a friend's wedding. The emcee is a well-known host of the local radio station, young and handsome. It was still early when I arrived at the wedding hall, and the host had been chatting with several fans who recognized him.
  Twenty minutes later, the wedding began, and the host encountered a affair as soon as he took the stage. The microphone couldn't make any sound, and it was hoarse. With awkward expression, he "feeded" several times before returning to normal.
  Fortunately, he was eloquent, reversed the cold situation, and started the ceremony. Driven by him, the wedding atmosphere was warm and touching, the rhythm was just right, and the applause continued.
  Unexpectedly, he made another mistake. He said on the stage that he was going to sing his new single, and the guests applauded enthusiastically. As a result, the USB flash drive he brought was inserted into the sound for a long time without accompaniment sound. A little embarrassed, he had to sing, and the singing effect was greatly reduced.
  The elder brother of the photographer standing next to my seat shook his head and sighed: He is very qualified, but unfortunately he is really unprofessional. I asked the reason curiously, and the elder brother said: The professional emcee will come to the scene in advance to get familiar with the process, and he must debug the microphone and equipment with the sound engineer to rule out unexpected situations. He missed this critical step!
  Admittedly, natural qualifications can help people quickly learn a certain skill, but qualifications alone cannot take you to a higher level.
  Qualification is better than the accumulation of focus day after day. Attention to detail and professionalism can make you truly professional.
  Judging whether a person is professional depends not only on his qualifications, but also whether he has an in-depth understanding of the objective laws of the industry. Some people are talented and talented. When they first entered the industry, they went smoothly, but when they encountered technically difficult problems, they could not do anything.
  A friend, who has an undergraduate major in guzheng, has excellent grades, and has also taken piano major classes. After graduating from college, he went to be a high school music teacher. She likes the piano very much, and she often goes online to find some piano performance videos or tunes to practice, and feels good about herself.
  The district organizes music teacher basic skills competitions, which are divided into three majors: vocal music and piano. Her first two points were good, but she lost every time in the piano competition.
  She carefully observed the piano teacher's playing, and found that others played the same skill differently from her. She went to ask for advice, and the other side told her that the difference between professional and amateur is sometimes a different understanding and treatment of performance.
  For the simplest example, the tone of the keys will be different depending on the way the keys are touched. Many amateurs do n’t know this. They only pursue smooth and complete performance. Playing life and emotions. In addition to understanding the objective laws of piano performance, professionals will continue to learn the latest performance techniques.
  The friend suddenly realized that he had gone to a piano professional tutoring class, and his understanding and level of performance improved by leaps and bounds.
  A jade-like qualification is difficult to shine without carving; an average person can stand out as long as he is willing to practice for a long enough time.
  Social division of labor is getting finer and finer, and almost all professions have their professional skills and mysteries. Seemingly simple tasks are not necessarily simple.
  A food show director once told a story he encountered while making a documentary.
  One restaurant is a leader in the local restaurant industry. Several foreign chefs have come to study the craftsmanship of the restaurant master. At the end of the study, the master invited the students to dinner and took everyone to a pancake stall. The master went to the pancake stalls personally, but in the end three consecutive pancakes were not perfect, and some even had holes.
  The master stopped and said earnestly to the students: In your opinion, I am already a very good chef, but as you see, I ca n’t even spread the pancakes. The catering industry is too extensive and profound. As long as you focus on one skill, you can have your own rice bowl.
  The best chefs can't cook out pancakes well without long practice. And if you can spread out good pancakes, you can have your own rice bowl.
  You have good qualifications, of course, very good, but you still need to polish the professional competence of a certain field.
  How far you can go, your professionalism matters.