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Rational , Empathetic , Interested
Graduated from Uni last year with a degree in Economics. I am now living in London, working in an financial advisory firm. I have a large family of all sorts scattered across England whom I try to see as much as possible. I have many friends in and outside London - all very different, they provide me with varied and interesting perspectives on a range of things.
I am interested in a great many things, and believe most of what I know comes from listening and reading - and more importantly understanding it.
My large family and varied friends mean I have experienced and witnessed many different kinds of relationships. My personal life has also been... interesting. I take a very rational, objective view to peoples' relationship problems - I deal in solutions more than I do sympathy.
Having graduated June 08 all the woes of job hunting are still fresh in my mind. Since getting my job I have focused my attention on helping my friends and friends of friends find employment/decide on their next move. This ranges from career options, CV writing, and interview techniques/ practices. Having applied for graduate schemes, gone through recruitment agencies and speculatively applying I have developed a good overview of the situations and options facing school-leavers and graduates.
I went full-way through the education system - but am fully aware this is not the only path. People often need motivation/direction/information when making choices about their education - these decisions are not easy to make as a teenager/young adult. I know, I messed many up myself. Sometimes it takes an objective view from an outsider to add some clarity to the proceedings.
I am joining horsesmouth as I believe I can offer useful advice on a range of things. I am very happy in my situation; I feel I fully understand myself and what I want to achieve in life - it was not easy to get to this position. I think I could have used more help than I got, so hopefully, I can be that helping hand for others. This kind of mentoring is excellent as it is accessible. I think the best mentors are probably busy people who may not have time to actively go into their community but do have a few hours/minutes available to spend online.
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