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Cauchy

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Hello everyone, my English is not very good, so I made this introduction with the help of a translation website. Yesterday I read the Chinese version of Fast Track and came to this forum.
I'm a student of financial management, and although I've learned a bit about it, I don't want to be an accountant because that seems hard to achieve financial freedom. Since I entered college, I have been looking for some internship opportunities, to meet more people, and to explore my own path. I have done Internet marketing, channel sales for large companies, and entrepreneurship, but it doesn't feel like what I want.
After reading this book, I learned a lot of practical advice (not found in other chicken soup books). I'm graduating soon, I want to start over, but I don't know how to take the first step. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!
 
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Hi Cauchy, welcome to the forum! Keep reading and learning about business!
 

Cauchy

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Hi Cauchy, welcome to the forum! Keep reading and learning about business!
Thank you for your reply! Yes, I'm learning through forums and thinking about how people solve their own problems.
 

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Thats a good start. What skills do you have?
1. Operational capability. In the beginning, I worked as a media in the university. I increased the popularity of my account and asked people to send me articles, which I posted on my social platform. They learned a few things about school and life through me, including lost and found and finding friends. There is also some advertising revenue. Did it for about a year.
2. Writing ability. Later, I went to another platform to write, I wrote some articles recommending items, and others clicked the links to buy them, and I got a commission. Not making a lot of money, I bought a camera and a new phone. Later, the platform was adjusted and became more strict, so I didn't do it.
3. Organizational skills. In some other experiences, I will lead the team to complete tasks, and I will organize some of the knowledge I know into a systematic teaching to them (such as operating a WeChat public account).
4. The ability to find resources. I often help friends find resources they can't find. I also use these resources for self-study.
5. Communication skills. I met many friends in various fields on the Internet, and found many job opportunities because of this.

Apart from that, I am very interested in new technologies and new trends. I also know some basic financial knowledge. I read three to four books a week in various fields to study. That's all (although I don't feel like I have the expertise to make money in particular).

Thank you for your reply. It is afternoon in China now.
 

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