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Unformatted text preview: Emigdio G. Niquet Utah Valley University Management 465R December 12, 2011 What-I-learned Paper Great thoughts have cross my mind as I listened to professionals during this semester. Oft times I wonder if I could have a life-learning experience worth of sharing to people at one point in the future. My degree is at hand. Next semester will be my last semester at Utah Valley University. At present, I do not have the contacts or network that I will need to become a successful accountant. However, numbers have always been a powerful strength, and I hope to be able to find my way. What is my Everest? Where can I find it? What are the tools I will need to climb it? My life has always been full of adventures and climbing the Everest is one of the biggest challenges I will ever face in my life. I wish I had a good idea of where my Everest is at. Unfortunately, I still feel as part of the crowd where my ideas do not yet stand out. My soul is highly concerned in this matter. When I was a young kid, I realized that I had a special future; the time is close to decide matter....
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- Spring '11
- Management, Thought, John Quincy Adams, Quincy, Massachusetts, Everest