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August 2017 Review

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August Goals Results
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Thoughts, Goals and The Big Picture for September 2017

So here is my review for the month of August, 2017

August Goals Results

1. Go to at least 3-4 networking events and hand out at least 50 Flower Gift Korea business cards to 50 different people before the end of the month: I was at a total of 3 networking events. One was held at the Seoul Global Startup Center and I was able to network with some people in Seoul. It was nice to go, but it wasn’t easy networking there since a lot of the people there weren’t really there to network, or maybe they were and just felt comfortable chatting to the same two people the whole networking time. But I still managed to meet close to 10 different people there and handed them my business card. The second event was a Seoul Real Estate

Teaching English in Korea – My Door to Korea

Teaching English in Korea has been a job that people from all around the world with different goals and backgrounds have done. Teaching English in Korea is quite dear to my heart, because it allowed me to have the opportunity to come to my parents’ origin country and get paid to do something that I already enjoyed doing. I first came to teach in Korea in 2007 with EPIK, which is a program that hires Native English Teachers for provinces outside of Seoul. At the time, I just wanted to learn more about my culture, and to be honest, I needed to do something for the time being because I didn’t get into teacher’s college when I first applied.
I really enjoyed teaching English in Korea at that time because I was living in Cheonan, which is outside of Seoul and I was really being immersed in the culture because there