Earn Your Instrument Rating
Once you have completed your initial pilot training and received your Private Pilot Certificate, you may wish to continue your training by getting an "Instrument Ticket". Basically, being an instrument certified pilot allows you to fly in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) which means you can get to where you need to go even if the weather isn't clear. This is also a necessary step for anyone wanting to advance their flying career and become a professional pilot since all commercial pilots must have an instrument rating.
Check out the FAA PTS to see whats required and give me a call if your interested.
Check out this AOPA site for more details as well.