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All you folks complaining....

 

You will SO miss university once you enter the workforce (even if you love your job) TRUST ME!!

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I have a VERY critical meeting coming up. I'm dead worried and I'm stressing and I'm starting to become completely paranoid on my report.

 

I mean if it was with anyone....but I'm talking to people who have YEARS of experience are like executive members of a HUGE organization. And me...lil ole me has to walk in and convince them that I'M the one who's right and they are WRONG.

 

It doesn't help that I LOOK 18.......

 

:( I'm on a verge of a nervous breakdown!

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All you folks complaining....

 

You will SO miss university once you enter the workforce (even if you love your job) TRUST ME!!

no freakin' way :p

I'm in my 5th year, and I'm so damn tired of uni!

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That's what I said in my last year.....

 

You'll seeee. You'll miss it....not the studying but the atmosphere, the people, the lifestyle.

 

Personally I hardly stressed in university. Now I'm stressing because I'm going to be held responsible! My work MEANS something.

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Guest Guest_farshid

hmmmm...I'm not sure what that is exactly :rolleyes:

is it for stocks or something?

oh ya, what are my chances of passing my math exam on tuesday? :p

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ehhhh....it's part of it...

risk consultant is something along the lines of evaluating internal controls, implementing and writing policies and procedures for organizations to follow, etc. It's to mitigate all types of risks as much as possible to avoid any type of losses, which would usually show its face as financial eventually.

 

It's pretty broad.

 

And being the psychic that I am, I will say 90%

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ahhh I C

let's hope you're right about the psychic part; i'm scared :rolleyes:

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Ah farshid, you'll be ok. You've been studying hard (from your posts) :)

Relax, breathe, and have a good nights sleep before the day of the exam. DON'T drink alot of fluids so you won't have to go to the bathroom! ;)

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DON'T drink alot of fluids so you won't have to go to the bathroom! ;)

:lol: ya, I've learned from past experience.

and thx for the encouraging words :)

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I have a VERY critical meeting coming up. I'm dead worried and I'm stressing and I'm starting to become completely paranoid on my report.

 

I mean if it was with anyone....but I'm talking to people who have YEARS of experience are like executive members of a HUGE organization. And me...lil ole me has to walk in and convince them that I'M the one who's right and they are WRONG.

 

It doesn't help that I LOOK 18.......

 

:( I'm on a verge of a nervous breakdown!

you'll do fine too ;)

and remember not to drink a lot of fluids before the meeting :lol:

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hehehe...

 

not a problem. We all need encouraging words when we're worried and nervous....it might not calm us 100% but even that 1% soothing helps us..(at least it does for me) :)

 

PS If i didn't encourage.....why on EARTH would I be called Angel?? B)

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Guest King's advice!

Our main business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand. B):rolleyes:

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Guest Guest_Keano

You're welcome Angel!

Good to see you back again. ;)

 

Are you very stressed about this meeting then?

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Good to be back.

 

I am. I'm more nervous and feel intimidated and I know they'll be arguing with me on EVERYTHING I've written in my report

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Guest Guest_Keano

Well, they actually will be looking forward to seeing you all nervous, and do their best to address your flaws!

You're better than them, and look down on them. ;)

 

To break the worry B4 it breaks u:

 

Co-operate with the inevitable. :rolleyes:B)

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lol.

I'm better than them?? :) how sweet of you to say.

 

Ok then. I am better than them. loool.

 

Nervousness is dying down. You're right. You've got to face the inevitable and I'll be doing this for the rest of my life so I better get used to it and get good at it fast!

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Guest King

I urge you to believe in that ideology, it helps a lot.

I have taken that path and that's been my #1 elemnt of success in what I am doing, I always walk in a critical meeting with this notion of mine: they know nothing compared to me, and boost up my self-confidence prior to the meeting, and I have succeeded plenty by taking that route.

 

Count your blessings- not your troubles! ;)

 

Your lovely King. B)

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:)

 

I'll take the advice and give it a try and see what happens.

 

MY lovely king?

 

no comment on that one B)

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Guest King

Everybody loves the King!

 

Have you ever watched "Everybody loves Raymond"?

 

Good luck on your meeting, when is it anyway?

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perhaps BUT you can't be EVERYBODY'S king.

 

Yes I have. Funny funny funny. too bad its the last year

 

(I just got note from boss saying meeting has been postponed. Time? Unknown)

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Guest Guest_Keano

Hmmmm, Did you follow up on it? I mean did you show any concern about the reason, and why postponed?

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