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Tell me about some of your past experiences that helped prepare you for this role?
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I am a founding member of one of the non-profit organization and I worked for poor peoples. Me and my team distributed stationary to those students who can not buy and distribute gifts to many orphans as well as spends lots of days with orphans and old age peoples in old house.
 
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Depends on what I am thinking about at the time.
 
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I've really been focusing more on where I see myself long term and finding an industry to work in.
 
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I have started my career as a data reader but today I emerged as a consultant who can read between the data, analysis beyond the definition and recommend to achieve the targets.
 
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Experience as to how to handle deadline related projects, time crunch ina day to submit tax returns.
 
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I have had a time where I didn't exactly know what to do ahead in career. A point where everything seemed impossible. Inspite of having good education background and qualifications, it seemed like a dead end. That was the time when I decided to take some time out, make my mind and polish myself for what I want. I took some time off, studied and joined as a Business Analyst. My main focus has always been learning more than earning.
 
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Past experience quite good as it enhance my motivation. The goals I set in present company had achieved and now the feedback received on my performance quite good and satisfactory. Experiences are fruitful as I leaned a lot from each and every situation.
 
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Change is life, if you don't change your product or business strategy you are out of business.
 
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Ii hae done 3 projects write now I have expreinced.
 
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As a business owner of a craft business I wanted to pursue something that always interested me and in the process of finding those materials and researching what was needed I discovered a love of learning how to make a business better and how to make it profitable. I also learned the research that went into it. As a babysitter, I learned how to deal with difficult situations and to report to the employer when there was a situation that needed their immediate attention, while also learning how to calm situations down when possible. I learned how to focus in intense and possibly high risk situations. As a designer, I learned how to take criticism even when unsure if that fit with my vision and ideals. I also learned how to take the ideas of several people and come up with a solution that benefitted the project. I learned what people were interested in and how to work with what was popular and most importantly what could have the most lasting power when necessary.