|University of San Francisco|
|MA in Asia Pacific Studies|
Before I became a professional writer, I tried several other jobs, which did not bring the desired level of proficiency and expertise, required to continue my creative experiences. I felt like I did not belong in any of the spheres: the atmosphere was kind of tense, and everyone questioned me about my future. There was no escape – I had to decide something.
Being a responsible individual, I informed my boss that I’m quitting my routine job. I figured out I could return to Asia Pacific Studies, the field I’ve been dreaming about since I entered the university. Back at the time, I did not have a clear purpose. Something was always around, but an eternity seemed to pass before I finally made up my mind to become a freelancer. In any case, the studies helped me a lot.
Every time someone asks me about my future now, I do not hesitate anymore. Of course, it is hard to predict the plans for the nearest month, but in the meantime, I’m delighted to cooperate with customers on this site. If I maintain communication, I realize my responsibilities and become goal-oriented and confident. Timely delivery is also important when you deal with the clients, and the deadlines are something I treat with respect and caution. The best part of it? A constant feedback from my beloved friends!
Achievements and Goals
I don’t like to think of my accomplishments as some kind of trophies in the hall of fame I have to be proud of. I know what I can do and I hope that there is no limit to perfection, so I can learn the art of writing to the full. Whenever an order comes along that seems too complicated, I do a thorough research and it turns out that everything is possible with a bit of imagination.
Helping others is the biggest source of motivation. When you know you are going to be trusted with someone else’s work, you want to do your best, or so I’ve heard from my professors at San Francisco University. I have a message for all the students out there who think that college is a nightmare: you need to find your inspiration.
This may sound a bit clichéd, but there is no better tip at the moment I can provide you with. You will forget all the other ones as soon as you finish reading the text. As a writing specialist with experience, I can tell you there are goals that seem impossible at the first glance, but once you apply a little effort, they become real. So, don’t hesitate to make decisions in life and if you don’t have enough courage at the moment, follow a simple rule: fake it till you make it.