My Learning Journey

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Goethe said that the important thing in life is to have a great aim, and the determination to attain it. So far, it has been my favourite motto. In order to achieve my goal, I am going to draw a plan and put it into work. What is more, for my destination, I will spare no effort to it. Orientation

I still remembered a scene that a mid-age woman teacher asked me what I wanted to be at my age of six. I responded immediately without any hesitation, “I want to be a businessman.” Even though at that I knew nothing about what exactly the businessman was, the idea of being a businessman had already rooted in my heart. I thought the reason was I adored a man named Shen Wansan who was the wealthiest person in Ming Dynasty since I heard the story about him. Of course, he was a businessman. Review

So far from my childhood, I haven’t ever changed my dream. I am a person who once set an aim, he will determine to make it true. I have read plenty of business books since I can recognise the words. However, in fact, most of the books can be understood and I just read them as story books. Despite my not understanding, I still picked up considerable basic information about business. For instance, I figured out businessman is to buy goods from one place and sell them in another place. In other words, businessman is the person who gets profits from the price gap. Thanks to these books, I have a new sense of business and feel more interested. Appraisal

Thirteen years went by and as my expectation I became a student in Sun Wah International Business School (SWIBS) of Liaoning University. In SWIBS, I eventually have a touch of how to be a businessman. The teachers here are very professional and patient. The school mates here are very helpful and cooperative. Everything here is excellent. I learnt the ten principles of economics. However I had been confused of a principle that society faces a short-run trade-off between inflation and unemployment. When I saw it at...
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