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Extroverted , Realistic , Open Minded/Neutral
Haha, where do I start? Reminds me of writing a job description.
I'm a second year university student, enjoying life etc.
But yeah, "19 years old? Aren't you a bit young for this? "
Fair play, but heck. I have my own experiences.
Bought up in a business background and learning about the family trade before my age hit double digits. As soon I was able to legally work. Thrown straight into the deep end tryin' to keep your head above water.
Before you know it, you see how much reality sucks. Your mates are playing Pokemon Cards, you are counting money instead. Stack it with GCSEs, A Levels and whatnot of growing up. Its not the most pleasant to sights to see, but hell did it grow me up a bit.
Won awards for businesses, got certificates for being a great leader, team worker and all that stuff. (And yeah, 19.) But what really mattered is my own limits and surpassing them.
And yeah, the aim of my game, is to be the best. Impossible, yes. But that's how I progress.
Explained on my earlier panels. I have experience in this sector and would be willing to help out, really..
Plus on top of that, the family own 4 businesses. 1 of them, I run even whilst in Uni.
Plus in life, when you're thinking about being up and running a business. But have no one to turn to. What now, eh?
Well, confidence and esteem is a self conflicting topic. Especially when given responsibilities, being relied on or even generally for a test you know you could ace with your eyes closed. But nerves can get to ya.
But generally, Id help out here, because, lemme tell y'all this. One of the best feelings a person can feel is confidence. Especially if it was grown out of doubt and lack of confidence.
Around the same age?
Aint got anyone to talk about your problems to cuz you cant tell them?
Want a opinion that speaks from both sides of the argument neutrally?
Well, SHAZAM, here I am! (Rhyme not intended.)
P.S: If your are older or younger, I wont discriminate anyways. ;D
Well lets see, 1.) Ive already helped people around me and managed to drag people who were two feet into hell back up. I thought it sounds pretty cool to help someone online 2.) Experience in mentoring: From being a mentor in GCSEs, A Levels, Online, Workplace and even at Uni. 3.) Develop my own skills and broaden my horizons: I ain't perfect. I like hearing people out. Gives me a chance to understand how other people feel about situations. But if y'all are still reading this. Great. One of the biggest reasons why I am a mentor. Because life attacks you. Unprepared. Unknowingly. And school teaches you how to "Find x from 2x - 3y = 123 when y = 3." (I like algebra, not hating, just sayin'). But they don't teach you what to do when your face with a financial problem. How to budget. How to deal with unpleasant people. What to do if you're in a mess. Im not tryin' to compensate for society, but least I could do is stop complaining and help. Catch my drift?
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