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In my project I for business I will be going through my career plan on becoming a successful fitness trainer and what it is going to take to be successful Starting with section 2 objectives and ending with section 5 objectives First I will be talking about section 2 which are my career objectives I will establish my values and the preferences in which I prefer to work under Then my personal qualities and work traits that I bring along as a set of assets in that which will help me in my profession I will also be talking about my career and the basic responsibilities that I will endure along the way and some of the encounters I may come upon early in my line of work I will be talking about why I am choosing this career and the pros of being in this line of work and I will defend every aspect of it with concrete evidence I will also explain my back up plan if anything was to go wrong with my career choice Next I will be explaining the opportunities that will be consistent with my career objectives in Section 3 Thus this will determine my career path in which I would accomplish my career objectives Also discussing where I would start at with a position and a degree such as mine and what future positions are in store for me if I am to stick it out long enough at one job There are plenty of companies out there on the job market who is searching for the line of work that I would like to go to and looking for a healthy young adult such as myself and I will be naming the and discussing the business that are interested and the major lines of business that look to uphold and stick true to the name and reputation Then I will be explaining all of the firms
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