I am trying to write an essay to describe my goal in the past and how it's changed in present and what i think about future goal... But the fact is, I am very weak in my vocabulary and grammar. Can anyone help me to write my own essay please ?
If you write it, no matter how bad you think it will be, we'll help you! But you're the only one who can actually write the essay...
You should type up your rough draft first. This way we can help you with your final draft, editing and your vocabulary.
Start with your past, explain how you grew up and what sort of environment you lived in. Come up to the schooling point and tell us an unforgettable experience. Everyone has one those in school. Afterwards tell us what you did after school and how you came to be where you are now. And finally tell us about what you want to do or become in the future and how you are going to get there. :)
Great advice by Pahan. Yes, jod down main points as he suggests. Then expand them to include your emotions, experiences, memories, feelings etc.etc.
Now that you've got loads of great advice. So .... do your first draft and post it here. You would have comments from our members to further improve and polish it... Now it's in your hands :)
Good luck with writing :)
Past, Present And Future Essay
Past, Present and FutureIntroductionThis paper reflects upon my personal and professional growth during my study at the University of Phoenix. I am actively pursuing a degree in marketing. During my journey, I have undergone many personal and professional changes.
Part One- PastWhen beginning my journey at the University of Phoenix there was a void in my life and a feeling of disappointment that I had not furthered my education. I had always considered the role of learning an important aspect in my personal growth but I had set college aside to raise a child and maintain my family. When the time was right and I felt comfortable to take on the challenge I decided that I would enroll in college classes online. Online classes were the best option for me to accommodate my hectic schedule.
At the time I believed my level of professional competence was exactly in line with my peers and my superiors. I had excellent problem solving skills, good written communications, adequate oral communication and the information retrieval, utilization, and collaboration processes were above average. Overall I believed I had a balance of the skills needed to further my career; the only thing that I was lacking was a degree.
My career goals were to work my way up the ladder at my current organization. After attaining my degree I planned on steering my career path towards the marketing and advertising side of the company. I was currently taking over some of the marketing responsibilities here and there and I believed by furthering my education I could become one of the future marketing representatives and continue to work my way up from there.
Part Two- PresentThe first class I completed at the University of Phoenix introduced me to the on-line environment and the team concept. This class also taught me the importance of written communication and the interpretation of what is in writing. As my journey continued, I had the fortunate opportunity of learning to research very specific topics which has proven to be very valuable both personally and professionally. I quickly learned that once quality research is complete, the utilization and collaboration is much easier. With supporting data, problem solving and oral communication improve. From each and everyone one of my classes I have learned the importance of team work and strengthened my skills in personal and professional discipline.
Now, after completing all of the core competencies in my program, I feel confident in applying some of the techniques I've learned to various tasks encountered at work. The formal training that I have acquired through my general courses has been evident in the knowledge and self-assurance that exudes in my day-to-day activities. I reflect on the job struggles I had had in the past and before...
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