Public number: College student interview Source: Time: 2020-02-21 01:27:58
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Want to hear a story?I don't tell stories.
No one likes running accounts, what I want to say is a truth: those seemingly inconspicuous choices in college will shape you.Those abilities that don't seem to matter in college will be your first wealth.
In fact, people often ask me that you did product design before, and then you started marketing as well as marketing. So, haven't you learned computers for six years in college?Some people will say that you really have the talent to write things, I ca n’t do it, or that your logical thinking is clear, I am even more emotional; I will also hear some people say that this person is now a dog shit, look He didn't go to school well before, but now he must have gone astray.
However, none of them found a fundamental connection: It is these experiences and things I learned in college that have enabled me to do well in some places, and have transformed me from a programmer who seems destined to become a current partnership. people.
I am very grateful to the university for six years, not for the formula written on the blackboard that nobody reads, the buns filled with leftovers in the cafeteria, or the horror-filled weekend afternoons in the dorm.I am grateful for being able to laugh and scold 2,000 audiences on the stage and stay up all night with the best buddies for the next debate.
I am grateful that the university has given me enough opportunities to try what I like, to learn the abilities I am destined to have, and also to provide opportunities for trial and error that may not be in our lives anymore.
I will also remember what I have learned in the past few years.What I think of is not the lessons learned, but the ones I just said.So many things are strung together like clues. Do you have a sense of instinct in your heart?No, these experiences are my own choices.
You become the person you will be in the future, not because of your abilities and what the university offers you, but your choices and what you choose to learn.