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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Personal goals in life, accomplishments of objectives and dreams drives us to excel, therefore pursuing my degree in business studies is a very important stepping stone in fulfilling my aspirations. This achievement will enable me to become a man of excellence and equip me in overcoming current obstacles. In this paper u will read my personal development plan and the vehicle to meet my academic and professional goals In a generation where a relatively high proportionate of students decide to opt for a business oriented degree, what is it that drives me towards it? A response to that question will surely have to be the fact that on a personal view I find this field exceptionally exhilarating, yet demanding as it is a blend of some exceedingly diverse range of subjects including Economics, management, finance, accounting, marketing, law this added flexibility within the degree acts a a key attractor, once having done the course I surely would be able to look at the current business environment from a very different prospective. ...read more.

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also believes in an esteemed quality of education; thus, the obvious choice being United Kingdom I do understand that the challenges I would have to face in university will be significantly greater than those I have already faced, and conquered, in high school. Nevertheless, with my goal-oriented nature and my ability to flex myself to meet any difficulties, I look forward to work towards a university degree, which could advance my future success and help me reinvigorate my drive to excel, which I value highly. In addition to scholastic studies, I have had various work experiences. These were a valuable insight into my choice of degree and instilled in me the desire to be a part of this field. Initially it was my father's jewellery business that enthralled me and provided a platform from which to enhance my knowledge about the business world and its complex working. This is where I was responsible for the packaging department and also handled part of the finances both these jobs although may be quite dissimilar to each but they both equally require a high level of concentration and attentiveness. ...read more.

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I have been an active participant in various sports such as Cricket, Football, Tennis, Badminton, Squash and Swimming. However, I believe to be more satisfied by bringing out my creative ideas in the form of Paintings, Clay modeling, acting in Plays and designing Web Sites. Music and reading also form an integral part of my interests. It could be quite realistic to believe that friends and family are an integral part of the development of an entity, without their support life is unimaginable. My dad is a particular personality who I proudly look up to, his, sincerity, honesty, passion and obsession towards work, still makes me wonder that there still are those who demand perfection. He's taught me the importance of carefully dividing time between work and leisure and how essential it is never to give p either of them. His guidelines have made me a far more stronger person who readily acknowledge that "WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH THE TOUGH GETS GOING" I thrive to persist with one of my principles that there is always endless room for improvement; I hope that I would be able to gain the maximum from this course and be able to broaden my horizons. ...read more.

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