Now that my time at Gelia has wrapped up, I’ve learned many things about myself and my professional career moving forward. I’ve learned that I will never be happy if I’m working in a cubicle for the rest of my life. I’ve learned that I am, indeed, talented in my current field, though I doubted myself and will probably continue to do so. I learned that I want more from a career than just being a small cog in the machine that makes no difference whether it works or not. I want a career where I can make a difference and see results. I want to work with a company that cares about the employees and not just the return on investment they provide. Finally, I learned that I still have a lot to learn about my skills and myself. I very much enjoyed my time at Gelia and I recommend this same experience and position to anyone interested.