Ouch, that does sound nasty. I've hit things pretty hard unintentionally due to my reflexes too. Do you know for sure it's broken though? You probably already know this but putting ice on it is a good idea.
I've met a few other people who are pretty similar to me in terms of hobbies and whatnot. Suppose the odds aren't so unreasonable as it initially seems.
I actually don't use msn that much nowadays either. I'm technically on msn frequently but I don't actually talk to many people at all on there.
That is quite a high score to try and obtain. Which is a good thing. Aiming for something tough to reach will make you stronger. I was OK at school and college. I got decent grades but nothing that outstanding. I was a pretty average student in all honesty. I actually wanted to do Physics at university but I got a C for that subject in college and an A for maths. I decided to stick to what I'm good at and did a maths degree instead. I did well at university, achieving a First Class Honours Degree in the Bachelor of Sciences, Mathematics. I had a fantastic room mate though and without him, I would not have achieved it. How about you then?
There are some similarities between Karate and dancing in that both require precision in foot work and a good amount of stamina. There was one point where I considered taking dancing lessons to improve those qualities as well as my agility. Our little secret.
Our educational systems are different (I am from the UK) but with a maths degree, I can say with reasonable confidence that I should be able to attempt most calculus based questions.
No worries about the msn. If you do decide to get a new one, feel free to add me.
Get well soon and good luck with the exam tomorrow.
I believe the ultimate dream for all humans is to achieve true happiness (whatever that is) and try to maintain / preserve it. I do think it's kind of bad of your father to influence you in your career choice in all honesty but like I mentioned earlier, if you're happy with it then I see no problem.
Not everyone is born to lead or can be meld into a leader. Nevertheless a King is nothing without his people. Even if you don't take up your father's mantle, I'm sure you'll still be a crucial piece to his organisation.
If you ever need any help with maths feel free to drop me a line, though since you know someone in real life who tutors maths, my offer is probably unnecessary.
Yeah I also started Karate when I was a kid. I'm currently a first dan black belt. Here's a photo.
By the way, do you have msn? If so, feel free to add me. You can find it in my contact details on my profile page. Have a goodnight.
I envy you quite a lot right now. Your short term future is pretty much sorted. Since you're still doing your degree, how often do you work as an assistant? I wouldn't worry too much about your lack of knowledge in the bank at the moment. It's certainly understandable and you're working for free anyway. I actually had a friend at university whose circumstances were very similar to yours. He finished his degree and joined his father's company and I believe he will take over the company when the time comes.
I used to be a maths tutor at my university and I quite enjoyed my job. It was basically helping students out with maths and general queries at the maths support centre. I also had to do some administrative duties like working through a bunch of maths exercise sheets to check for errors. I do like teaching people and just helping them in general. I also sometimes help my karate instructor teach the younger pupils when needed. It just gives me a sense of happiness and achievement knowing that someone like me can be of assistance to others. The thing is though, I'm not sure if I would want to teach for a living or for a school. I think I would quite like tutoring though or maybe teaching a very small class.
Haha, Mechanical Engineering would have been right up your alley if you're lazy. They say that Mathematicians and such are the laziest people out there. So once you have completed your degree, you plan to work with your father in his company? As long as you're happy, that's the important thing.
As far as things go for me, I don't really know right now. I've been applying for stuff in the financial sector but also been applying for administrative and analytical based roles. Honestly I just want to get out there and rack up some experience. Then maybe I'll develop an idea of what I want to do with my life.