Like a pro, I noticed this sign yesterday:
I see pros and cons in that, based on my previous profession as a copywriter. These days, my profession involves asking questions, including these: Is it possible to go back to school like a pro? If you are in school, aren’t you NOT a professional?
Back to defining terms, like a pro:
1. a professional, especially in sports.
“a tennis pro”
1. (of a person or an event) professional.
“a pro golfer”
1. relating to or connected with a profession.
“young professional people”
synonyms: white-collar, nonmanual
“people in professional occupations”
2. (of a person) engaged in a specified activity as one’s main paid occupation rather than as a pastime.
“a professional boxer”
synonyms: paid, salaried
“a professional rugby player”
1. a person engaged or qualified in a profession.
“professionals such as lawyers and surveyors”
synonyms: white-collar worker, office worker
“affluent young professionals”
I rest my case, like a pro (even though I’m not a professional lawyer).
What does “like a pro” mean to you? As you look around, who is acting like a pro? Who needs to go back to school so they can act like a pro?
Any pros in my other photos today?
Here‘s “Like a Pro” by The Wizard, with people dancing like pros.
Thanks to all the pros and amateurs who contributed to today’s post and thanks to you — of course! — for reading like a pro.