Hello again! I am back for another order for this essay. This one will be 250 wo
Hello again! I am back for another order for this essay. This one will be 250 words and the prompt is: USC believes that one learns best when interacting with people of different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Tell us about a time you were exposed to a new idea or when your beliefs were challenged by another point of view. Please discuss the significance of the experience and its effect on you.
This is the premise of the story I want you to write about.(this is just an example, but please don’t copy this writing style since it is really not the best.)
I was always of the belief that you should get a high paying job and on your free time do what you actually want to do. I used to work at Mcdonalds and absolutely hated the culture, the management, and environment the company produced for their workers. It was hell on earth with little to no interaction with coworkers since it was always understaffed and way too busy to handle. I currently work at Trek Bikes as a Bike Mechanic and Jamba Juice as well as attend Pierce College. Being able to work there has allowed me to meet people from all walks of life. From military veterans and firefighters at the bike shop to business owners and financial analyst at pierce who significantly older than me, I have gained so much new perspective on various ways of living and have had so much fun talking with the people there about bikes and everything about their lives and what they do. I have been able to now realize how important it is to love what you do.
Basically here are the bullet points
Premise of the essay: do what you love, and creating strong relationships with coworkers makes the work move be like nothing.
Used to work at McDonalds, hated it
Now I work at Jamba and trek, feels like I do less work with both jobs combined vs McDonalds
At trek: have met firefighters, airplane mechanics, military veterans
At pierce: met business owners, and those in the financial sector
Conclusion: declining UCI for Chem engineering and switching to computer science/business admin has been a great decision to finally pursue what I love.
Talk about the environments between mcdonalds vs trek, how the work culture is so much better, how we actually go hangout outside of the shop. How important it is to have a work place where you can actually have fun.
Talk about the importance of loving what you do.
I know this is a lot to take in, so please if you have any questions please feel free to ask me.