Real estate is my passion because I love selling stuff so why not sell houses if I’m good at it. It’ll make me a lot of money so I can become a wealthy man. To me real estate is easy you go to people ask to sell their house and then make money off of that. Ever since I was in 1st grade I wanted to become a real estate because that’s my dream, my dream is to help people sell their houses. I want the experience to of how to sell and buy houses for my family and friends also. I read everything I can get my hands on related to real estate. I enjoy finding a home that is troubled, putting in the time and effort to gain the sweat equity and also to make it beautiful again and then renting it out for cash flow.
To be able to find the best candidate for the interview I had to look everywhere and had to ask everyone for an interview, but after getting turned down from a couple agents turns out that my friends real estate agent is one of the best and well know respected person at what he does, his name is Ludyn Tijerino. Mr. Tijerino works for an agency called Approved 4 keys. I was able to get in contact with this person through a favor done from my friend. My overall assessment of this interview is that it turns out that in the real estate business there is more to it than what I had imagine. Many of the questions that I had asked seemed to be answered by the time I got there for interview. Mr. Tijerino Seems to be a real great person at what he
A good job is something everyone needs to have. It doesn’t have to be a doctor or dentist or any other traditional well-paying job. Your job should be something you enjoy and look forward to doing. To get a decent paying job you should go to college for at least 4 years. Although there is a couple lucky people who do or did okay without going to college. Mostly, nowadays people have to go to college to live well.
1. Fred A. is 76 years old and he divorced his wife of 32 years about 10 to 12 years ago. He has 2 children and 3 grandchildren. He was born in New York City and went to Long Island University. He graduated with a Business degree and is an accountant. He said he chose that
The career I choose to do my Career Story Interview, which I’m interested in doing, was Web Developer. Technically, the person that I interview, Jordan Scheller, is officially a Software Developer, but he creates/maintains websites which is what Web Developers do. So to be completely clear, the career I will be investigating is Web Developer.
So she started a business called Recovery Allies, where she decided she would never harm people who were just trying to get help for their loved ones. In her business she counsels recovering addicts, brings struggling addicts to rehab, counsels the families of struggling addicts, hosts interventions, and even finds addicts off of the streets for their worried families. She is constantly receiving calls from her clients and has dedicated her life to making a difference. She was homeless on the streets of LA for a few years and that just shows people that you can literally start at the bottom and still make something of yourself, you just need to have a passion for what you
She has been on her own as a letterer, illustrator, type designer, and relentless procrastiworker since 2009 and have worked for (and continue to work for) a lot of wonderful clients like Wes Anderson and Penguin
This interview process really taught me how to listen to and accept the viewpoints of other people who are not necessarily from the same background that I am from. I spoke to one person that I have known for years, and another person who I never spoke with prior to the interview. My first contact was Ms. Tessy Hunt, a direct support counselor for individuals with special needs. The people who Tessy serve, face challenges that not everyone is equipped to support. I chose to interview Ms. Hunt because she provides actual services for a group of individuals who are not allowed the same opportunities and same rights that many of us take for granted. I have known Tessy for several years, and I know that her line
This is Annalea Jones, the woman you had interviewed earlier this afternoon at Quicken Loans for the Mortgage Broker position. I'd like to thank you in advance for taking the time to interview me, it was a rewarding experience and it was a pleasure to meet the staff and yourself.
Insurance agents sell one or more types of insurance, such as life, property, casualty, health, disability, and long-term care (Edwards, 1999, A12). Agents sell insurance policies to individuals and businesses to provide protection against loss or catastrophe. Insurance agents consider the financial status and life situation of their clients, and assist them in selecting their optimal insurance policy. Some policies can be designed to provide retirement income, funds for the education of children, or other benefits (Edwards, 1999, A12).
When looking into my future, I see myself as a linguist for the Federal Bureau of Investigations and a published author who glorifies God in all she does. Daily, I work to obtain this goal and I plan to utilize college to my advantage, reaching even farther to these aspirations. My future college will pave the way to reaching my aspirations.
This Occupational Research Report is based on the career information obtained on the occupation of architecture. if focuses on the potential career of being an architect, the steps leading to obtaining a position and training, as well as the future growth and outlook of this occupation.
I structured this paper by giving you the insight about all the question I asked and the responses I received, ending it off with the list of facts I learned and knowledge I gained throughout the interview.