Choices to success

by gabvinet on February 24, 2013 - 10:01pm

Hi everyone,

This week we were asked to give the reasons that make us choose the business administration program at CVM. For myself, it was more of a second try. I first entered at CVM in the communication program, did a year and a half to finally end upped dropping out of school to go and work overseas, in China. There, I’ve lived a stress less life, partied every night and day and met so many people from all around the world. All of those had different jobs and a lot of them were just business guys having their own little things running up there. At that point, I decided that I wanted to travel more and that I’ll go back to school once I go back in my “normal life” because I wanted to have my little business to. So I’ve planned my travels, 6 months or more to see the world. Asia, Australia, Europe, to finish with Brazil, I was ready to concur the world! But faith finally decided for me and I was pulled back in Canada. When I came back, I decided to go back to school for personal reasons. I already had my basic courses done at CVM and because they were giving an administration program that looked pretty decent, I decided to go back there. Here I am now, studying so one day I can have my own little business and to one day, I hope, settle things with the world.

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Je pense bien avoir cerné le fait de devoir penser en anglais pour écrire en anglais. De plus, dans mon texte, aucune erreur n'a été trouvée, ni par word, ni par virtualwrittingtutor. Je peux donc conclure que j'ai aussi un bon controle de la grammaire, ça ou que je suis chanceux. 

Hi Gabe,

It's interesting to find out about people's lives. You English is probably a lot more oral than written. As an example, we conquer the world, but concur when we are in agreement about something. I think this is a weakness of spelling correctors. Your tenses are good in general - but think through the tense. You have already chosen business administration, therefore you speak about the reasons why you chose it -or- to praphrase you more closely - the reasons that made (the past tense) you choose. 

See you tomorrow!

Hi Gabe,

It's interesting to find out about people's lives. You English is probably a lot more oral than written. As an example, we conquer the world, but concur when we are in agreement about something. I think this is a weakness of spelling correctors. Your tenses are good in general - but think through the tense. You have already chosen business administration, therefore you speak about the reasons why you chose it -or- to praphrase you more closely - the reasons that made (the past tense) you choose. 

See you tomorrow!

Very interesting life, but I would like to ask have you, have you ever considered learning overseas so could experience your journey, but still learn. How about Finland, just look at this article I wrote concerning they education system.

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