Discipline, responsibility, organization and hard-work are values that have helped me out a lot in becoming a successful student.
So let me guess, you think I’m a math whiz? Not at all! I became interested in accounting for many different reasons. First and foremost, I enjoy accounting because of the interaction and involvement in people’s everyday lives. In multiple cases, accounting allows you to form long term relationships with the clients you help. And what I appreciate most about the accounting profession is the constant opportunity of intellectual growth. This profession is very broad, yet essential to business you can never learn enough.
I’ve always been big on family, which is exactly where I’ve developed my core values over the years. In my personal life, responsibility has an umbrella effect causing both organization and hard-work to prevail. Being able to organize assignments, projects and personal leisure time is very important in college. Also, without hard-work and determination while aspiring to achieve a goal makes things really difficult.
All in all, I consider myself to be a real “go-getter.” I love to challenge myself academically and physically during this pursuit to become a successful accountant. This summer I am interning at a local tax firm which has presented a few obstacles along the way, however the personal growth through hands-on experience doesn’t compare. I believe that great things come to people who work hard to reach their goals, and the rewards are priceless. If you can identify a few morals that have direct inspiration in your life, then success is only a matter of time.Back to profiles list
University of Alabama
More About Me:
Person I Would Most Like to Meet:
I would love to meet Leonardo Da Vinci because of the influences in the arts, sciences, and math fields. An outstanding analyzer and true "renaissance man."
If I Won a Million Dollars:
Buy a small house and new car. The rest I would send back to my native town in Mexico to improve the schools, roads, and build a hospital.
Travel around the world. I would like to go to Italy, France, Spain, Japan, South Africa, and many other places around the world. I am always interested in learning about different cultures and the best way to do that is to travel around the world.
The Best Advice I Ever Received:
Definitely from my parents and grandparents. They always told me that "hard work is the key to success." You must work hard to obtain your goals.My favorite class: In high school I was in the Finance Academy program. It helped me decide on accounting.