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Builders and Destroyers
published April 21, 2014
"I am a very stress free individual and I am able to work with people on just about any topic. In every job, working with others is very important and I have consistently found ways to work with others in even the most heated situations. I am also very detailed and organized, as my family would be sure to point out. Having an eye for details and communicating well has enabled me to succeed in my previous work experience as well as my current law curriculum."
"Yes. France, Monaco, Japan, China, Mexico, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and a lot of the US. The most influential would probably be Japan. My friend and I spent 17 days in Japan visiting another friend who had moved there. We were able to live as a local staying in his apartment and generally experiencing day-to-day life in Japan. It was a tremendous opportunity and allowed both of us to see a side of another culture that general traveling would not otherwise provide."
"Not a study abroad program exactly, but while completing my MBA degree, the entire class did a residency program in China. We visited various Chinese companies and learned about various business topics including operations, marketing, strategy, etc. We also engaged in many different cultural experiences including the Great Wall and Tiananmen Square. It was a great learning experience, but also a great chance to see China. I enjoy traveling and this was a great way to do it."
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