MGT 525 Reaction Paper 1 Douglas Silber

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Running Head: MY CHOSEN CAREER FIELD 1 My Chosen Career Field Douglas B. Silber Saint Leo University
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MY CHOSEN CAREER FIELD 2 My Chosen Career Field Growing up, when a teacher or relative asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I always said that I plan on marrying rich because I did not have a true answer to the question. I had a friend who always knew he would be a doctor and another who strived to be a lawyer but I was not one of those lucky people who always knew what I wanted to be. I began working at the early age of fourteen years old gaining many years of experience in the customer service, marketing, sales, and quality environments and through those positions I realized that I had a knack for seeing problems in the work environment and for organizing the solutions to resolve those problems but none of those jobs were singularly my chosen career field. Griffin (2011) writes, “You were born to be great at something. You have special talents and abilities that make you who you are”. (Is your Knack, para 1). It took me a long time to realize who I was. My years of work in customer service not only gave me needed experience but also served both my need to recognize the problems of the customer and how to fix those problems. As a customer service representative, I helped meet the needs of the organizations I worked for
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