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  • First Week Reflections

    1. Despite the fact that the textbook cost and arm and a leg to purchase, Federal Taxes is a pretty interesting course.
    2. Scheduling two accounting classes right after one another wasn’t a very smart idea.
    3. Come to think of it, neither was scheduling 4 classes in a row with no break on Tuesdays.
    4. Working in the Financial Operations department is a little less exciting than I expected it to be, but I’m learning a heck of a lot about purchasing and accounts payable.
    5. Why in the world am I doing an honors project for an IT class?

    It’s going to be a busy semester, but I am extremely excited to be back for my junior year!

    “ Wake up early. Drink coffee. Work hard. Be ambitious. Keep your priorities straight, your mind right and your head up. Do well, live well and dress really well. Do what you love, love what you do. It is time to start living. ”

    —    Thank you for the reminder. Needed to read this. (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

    (Source: rustedbones, via mystudy-inspiration)

    Hi there - are you aiming to get you CPA or Masters or just getting a Bachelors in Accounting? Also what made you choose communications? Really curious as i just switched to accounting :)

    Asked by vidorrra77

    Hi! Honestly, I don’t know yet whether I want to go for my CPA or my master’s degree. I do know that I want to do more than just my bachelor’s. I’m hoping that internships & jobs will help me decide whether I prefer to work in public or private accounting, which would then help me decide which higher degree/certification I need.
    As for minoring in business communications, I chose that because I think that everyone can always improve their communication skills! 😊

    Came across this video earlier and I just had to share it.

    This is so relevant: it’s important to develop willpower in order to do everything that we want to do in our lives. We all have goals that we fail to fulfill because we lack the self-discipline to do so.

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