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The quickest way to describe me is to call me a "Jack of All Trades".
Since I was young, I have been fascinated by many different skills, arts, and talents. I always felt there was too much pressure to choose just one path, so I did something else. I started learning them all. Any time I found a skill that interested me, I would find every video available online, download software as needed, browse through forums, and train myself until I was proficient, and would require significantly more time to continue bettering myself. Then, I would move onto the next one.
This was how I spent the majority of my free time as a child and young teen, and it wasn't until later that I started specializing. As a result, I'm proficient with most of the Adobe Creative Suite (After Effects, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, Photoshop, Audition, and some Flash), Microsoft Excel, studied filmography, music composition for orchestra, screenwriting, recording, public speaking, a deep understanding of how computer hardware operates, and more.
This is my strongest feature. Where most people will approach a problem with a single thought process, I find it very easy to switch my approach, especially as I have experience in so many fields, allowing me to lean on more than one skill if needed. It means that my train of thought is not limited to what is typical of my industry, and that I will always bring a fresh outlook to any problem I am tasked with.
Finally, in my eyes, my strongest character trait is that I make a strong effort to do my best to see things from others' points of view, even if they are completely different from my own. For one thing, this makes it easier for me to avoid office drama and to get along with coworkers, but it also makes it much easier for me to understand what a customer wants, and how to target and/or help them.
On a more personal, less business-specific note, I love the idea of creating art, and both play and compose for piano, sing, and sometimes write. If the type of work I do involves creating, I often times throw myself at it and enjoy it to the extent that I work twice as long as an ordinary work day without even thinking about it.
No internships, only real industry work.
My team and I are currently preparing to take part in the Annual UGA Digital Marketing Competition, and we plan on going the extra mile, two if needed, to ensure that we win this.