My career started in the academy which I would consider my gem for
Being driven by my strong desire to broaden the scope of my work experiences, acquire new sets of skills while enriching further the existing ones, I have decided to seek a job overseas and embrace new challenges outside my comfort zone. I have worked with a team of experts in the healthcare industry.
Playing a key role in a highly dynamic and multicultural environment where delivery of quality care and maximum patient satisfaction are the main goals is very challenging and requires a considerable amount of motivation to give your best effort, willingness to learn, and flexibility.
Reporting directly to the Chief Medical Officer and working closely with the different chiefs of medical departments enabled me to enhance my coordination and communication skills. Likewise, performing various tasks with expected high-quality results delivered within the set deadlines helped me to develop my creativity, accuracy, organization skills and ability to manage my time and activities.
When I got back to my home country, it then that I realized what I wanted to be doing for the rest of my life. That is to write. My passion for helping others remained burning. This time, I want to do it in with one of my interests - writing.
I have been a content writer, ghostwriter, academic essay writer, and researcher for different clients on various niches. I am happy with what I do and I am happier helping others and adding value to their lives and businesses.
Maintaining an optimistic attitude and approaching each task with passion allows me to thrive and win in every endeavor I am bound to undertake. I believe these skills and values are imperative to the continuous growth and success of any business which I am willing to share each time I have the opportunity.
Recently, I have given up my corporate career to jumpstart my freelancing journey. I look forward to building a successful and long-term career in the virtual industry.
I have more than three years of writing for print publication and nine months writing for an online magazine.
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