MGMT 364 Writing Assignment 1-Email

MGMT 364 Writing Assignment 1-Email - around my family and...

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Hello, My name is Brian Foerster, and, as you know, I am a student at Texas A&M University. I was born in Texas and have resided in Spring (North Houston) for the first eighteen years of my life. Upon graduating from Klein Oak High School, I decided to attend A&M University at Galveston in the field of Maritime Administration. After only two long semesters, I decided to transfer to the College Station campus; greatly as a cause of continuing to be immensely enamored of a certain high school girlfriend/sweetheart (four years today) also attending A&M. Although much harder, transferring to College Station has shown to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. In addition to my previous college experience, I am currently pursuing an Internship with one of two companies in New York City this summer; Saturday Night Live or Broadway Video. As one can imagine, this has proven to put a lot on my plate, but I feel that I can handle it. I find myself enjoying the simple things in life more and more every day. More than anything, I like being
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Unformatted text preview: around my family and friends, which, unfortunately, I didn’t realize until I moved away to college. I enjoy spending time with my girlfriend, working/making money, and being able to support myself with minimal help from my parents. Anything with a motor and wheels can hold my attention indefinitely. Regrettably, I don’t find myself going to church near as much as I’d like to. Perhaps, the biggest faults I have are overanalyzing a situation, underestimating myself, or having obsessive-compulsive tendencies at times. I constantly tend to surprise myself with what I can do if I put my ‘heart and soul’ into something. Generally, I have always used the “Golden Rule,” structured in the form of, “do not do to others what you would not like to be done to you" Furthermore, I hope this explains, at least to some degree, a minute faction of who I am. Sincerely, Brian Foerster...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2010 for the course ECON 201 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Texas Tech.

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