Becoming an electrician can be difficult but is very important for those who wish to be electricians as otherwise they would need to take another job. Watch this video:

The smartest and fastest way to become an electrician it’s to take out  an apprenticeship with a  respectable electrical firm. While the initial pay of an  apprentice will be pretty low, after one or two years the pay will increase considerably as experience is gained and the apprentice becomes a lot more useful. Additionally an electrical apprentice can have a very good career paths either within the electrical firm in leadership and management roles, or by going out into private business.

It apprenticeship is the very best way to become an electrician because it brings good work experience very quickly, and means that the study that the apprentice is undertaking for certification has a very practical grounding. This is very important, as  almost everybody normally learns much faster and more solidly when the new information relates specifically to experiences that we have had.

Electrical work is by it’s very nature technical and often complex, and working as an apprentice with good supervision will ensure that the budding electrician is following good practice both from a safety angle and from a work efficiency angle. Some people do try to become an electrician by studying for their electrical or engineering certification and then looking for a job, but the rest here is that all of their training will be theory only, and they will have difficulty with all the practical aspects of the work.

A key feature of any electrical work is the need to apply sound and safe rules and processes to solving complex problems in an efficient and cost-effective manner. An apprentice is going to get very good guidance from their employer, who will want to ensure that their employee is doing all the work and safely but it is efficiently and effectively as possible. The finished work will always be there as an example of the best electricians Tauranga has in town.


Old age can sneak up on you pretty quickly

Old age has a nasty habit of sneaking up on some people when they least expect it. This can happen in your twenties and thirties when you suddenly realize that you can no longer tackle physical activities that you used to be able to do confidently and competently in your teens or early twenties. This can be pretty depressing especially if you can’t figure out a way to reverse the situation.

Conversely, you can arrive in your sixties or seventies and still consider yourself a fit-ish teenager albeit somewhat slower and more careful. This is a delightful state to be in, as you find yourself able to cope happily with most challenges in life, and you find yourself looking forward to each new day and new week with relish. You really do feel as though old age has bypassed you or at the minimum has only had a small slowing down effect.

The truth is that finding yourself still a teenager when you’re in your sixties and seventies does not happen by accident, and it is very difficult to get into this desirable state if you have allowed yourself to become an old person in your twenties or thirties. It is obviously far better to avoid the early onset of old age, and you do this by the simple technique of getting fit, staying fit, hanging around with fit and healthy people, eating and drinking in a healthy manner, and avoiding obviously unhealthy activities and behaviors.

Motivation to change is generally the biggest roadblock for anyone wanting to change their lifestyle and get fit and stay fit, and I have found the best motivation is to join a club or a group of people and regularly train with these people. Healthy friendships become inevitable, and you will end up with good friends who look out for you and help and motivate you to keep training and getting fitter. The key to all this is to develop the mindset through habit that you are a fit and healthy person, and that healthy people hang around with and train with other fit and healthy people. This is the easiest way to develop a life-long fit and healthy habit.

A nice benefit of having similarly fit and healthy friends is that you can all be teenagers together in your sixties and seventies, and not feel it all embarrassed by being “different”!

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