A158. Follow the instruction to write 4pages project.

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A158. Follow the instruction to write 4pages project.

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Zhewei Wang is a student in Business Communication at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, with experience in both China and U.S. His background in information analysis inform he well completing his academic degree also supports him in his future career. Zhewei is fueled by his passion for understanding and discovering the best analysis of data. He set the objective as being a data analytic, eager to build up statistical images of the current business world with his academic performance in business analytics. His hunger of recurring the data and professional skills in analyzing the data. He has taken the extra courses to ensure his knowledge which could fulfill his objective, such as statistic, business analysis. Zhewei is currently fighting his degree in Business Communication and looking forward to transfer to Business Analysis. He is always passionate about data and willing to make friends who have the same features. Reach out zwang492@asu.edu to connect. A Killer “About Me” Page Assignment Sheet ENG108-Dr. Johnson About pages are hard. You have only a few pages to summarize who you are, what you do, and how you’re different in a clear, concise, and confident way. No big deal! Just tell us why you matter in three to four pages, without bragging. Honestly, I don’t know anyone who enjoys this process. Even if you’re comfortable writing about yourself, it’s hard to know where to start or what to leave out. You know yourself better than anyone, but that only seems to make it worse. Think of your About page as a way to introduce yourself. It doesn’t need to be exhaustive, and you don’t have to say anything that makes you uncomfortable. Find a balance between being personal and professional, and try to have some fun. This is a great time to step away from the computer, put your self-critic aside, and do some exploratory writing to take the pressure off. Think It Through It’s tempting to start by looking at other people’s work for inspiration—and we’ll get to that. But before you dive into design blogs or Pinterest, find a quiet place to reflect and write about your goals. Give yourself at least two minutes with each of these exercises. (You may want to grab tea or coffee, a favorite notebook, and a timer.) • Where do you see yourself in one to three years? • How does your work fit into the world you want to live in? • What kinds of projects interest you? (It sometimes helps to list tasks you want to stop doing first.) • What kinds of people do you want to work with? Who are your dream clients? • What do you want people to do after visiting your website (e.g., hire you, subscribe to your blog)? • If someone were telling a potential client about you, what would you want them to say? These notes will guide your writing later in the process. Gather Ideas Next, make a list of different kinds of information you might include. We’re still exploring here, so don’t worry about finding the “perfect” words just yet. (I like to use sticky notes to gather ideas so I can arrange them visually afterwards.) Start with the basics. About pages don’t have to be cutesy or clever. A simple bio with concrete facts goes a long way. Tell us who you are, where you’re from (if it matters to you), where you live, and what you do. And if you have a photo or video of yourself you want to share, make a note to include that. • • • • Family History (Grandfather was a farmer…) Hometown (famous food, landmarks, people etc.) Childhood experiences (work/business, play/fun) Events that helped make you who you are today (lesson from uncle, grandpa, teacher etc.) Share your experience. What are you most proud of? This isn’t your CV, so don’t worry about outlining every job you’ve ever had. Summarize your biggest accomplishments. You may want to include a short list of skills. Show your passion. Don’t be afraid to get personal, especially in your bio. After all, if someone visits this page, they’ve expressed an interest in you as a person. List a few things you love doing, eating, reading, listening to, or thinking about. If you have any special talents or strongly held beliefs, jot those down. How did you get into this field? What do you love about it? Take some time to think about how your process or perspective differs from your peers. Link it up. Don’t forget that you’re writing for the web. Add links to your online shop, newsletter, or side projects (Digication). . Tell us what to do next. What do you want people to do after meeting you or reading your bio? Point us in the right direction. Maybe you’re taking on illustration projects, looking for blog sponsors, or hoping to find an internship or job. Make it easy to contact you. Write a Short Bio Pick a small section of your About page to begin with. A quick Mad Libs exercise can help you write your bio. Look back at your notes as you fill in the blanks: I’m a ______. I help ______ {make/build} ______. When I’m not ______, you can find me ______. Want to work together? I’d love to hear from you. Play with the structure and rewrite it until it sounds like you. When you’re happy with it, use it as a headline or the first part of your longer bio. Tie It All Together Move the elements around and see what you can leave out. Focus on answering questions you’d expect your dream clients to have. I love this diagram from Mitch Goldstein. What are the requirements? How long should it be? About 750-1,000 words or 3-4 pages double spaced. ...
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Zhewei Weng
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My name is Zhewei Weng aged 24, and am currently living and studying in United States
of America. My country of origin is China. Am a student in Business Communication at the W.P.
Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. I have experience in both Chinese and
English languages. My ambition in information analysis backs up my academic degree which
represents my passion.
My family history goes way back from the ancient times in my father’s Weng lineage in
China. We are a family of five. I, my grandfather, my sister and my parents. My sister is three
years younger than me. In my childhood, I loved accompanying my grandfather to his business
store. He had a mobile phone and accessories store in the city of Beijing.
Every morning I would help him with anything he needed in his shop. In most of the
times, I spent my weekends and holidays in his shop. At times I would assist him in packing
some of the accessories for foreigners who would come from Africa to buy some of his products
to sell in their home country.
Sometimes my grandfather would take me to the mall to play with other kids because he
complained I never got to play with other children. My interest in business communication and
data analysis rose from my interaction with him. At some point, he noticed my competence in

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