Life has always been filled with numerous possibilities. As an individual, I have always believed that I am capable of doing things that can help me become successful in life. My drive to succeed has always been evident with my participation in different events and organizations. As a young child, many have admired me for many of my talents and traits. One of these was my ability to predict the success or failure of a business product. I could easily determine which things would be of great value to people and to businesses after sometime.
I do believe that having such trait would be of great advantage to my professional growth as a business leader. I may be able to help the company, and prevent further losses that may incur sometime while the business is present in the market. My drive to succeed in life may also be attributed to my education. My younger years were spent studying in NAME OF SCHOOL, wherein my basic education was formed. When I was about to enter high school, I convinced my parents to allow me to move to the United States.
Since I was relatively good with persuading people, I convinced my parents to allow me to study in the United States. I gave them the advantages and the benefits of having an American education. I knew that it was a difficult decision from their end, but they agreed to do so. High school in the United States was spent in NAME OF SCHOOL. The new environment helped me to become a more diverse individual, willing to learn new and exciting ideas. My thoughts and ideas were opened to greater possibilities, wherein my dreams and aspirations in life were being formed.
Moving to the United States also gave me the chance to meet people from different walks of life, therefore opening my perceptions more. I learned how to interact and deal with different kinds of people, taking into consideration their feelings and thoughts about certain things. Initially, I took B. S. Psychology, but eventually decided to take another path. I do believe that I am destined for something greater other than a degree in Psychology. For this, I decided to shift to the College of Business.
My abilities and talents may be used to my advantage in someday becoming a business leader. I am hardworking and very persistent when it comes to my work. Sleepless nights were relatively normal for me, and perfection of craft was always instilled in my mind. All of these paid off, when I was promoted several times as chairman, while I was still in Korea. My experiences also led me to learn new and greater things. I was able to build a name for myself, wherein people from the business sectors have learned to trust me.
These experiences have also helped me manage the people who were under my care, and at the same time, make more profit for the companies I worked for. I do believe that the education this university will give me will be of great help to my success. The traits that are usually sought after by the corporate world may not be the usual ones that will make people leaders in the corporate field. Some would be well-advised to ponder on these other “forgotten” traits.