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Alumni Stories: Gosia Spooner

Alumni Stories: Gosia Spooner

28.04.2021
"I have always followed the principle that success is not the key to happiness, but being happy is the key to success. Therefore, personal development, investing in yourself as a person is for me the key to professional success. If you have passion, determination, knowledge, professional and personal discipline and out-of-the-box thinking – success is almost guaranteed."
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Alumni Stories: Agnieszka Fluda-Krokos

Alumni Stories: Agnieszka Fluda-Krokos

27.04.2021
"Success is the joy and satisfaction of finalizing projects, joy and satisfaction that come from a realization that you do what you know and love. Success is also learning from everything we encounter on our journey. Success will be both a perfect, home-made cake and participation in an international project; success will be a loving family, but also a happy single life. Success has many faces, editions, types, varieties, but the pursuit of success is always the same – development, plans, path, efforts, work, gains and losses."
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Alumni Stories: Katarzyna Osiadła

Alumni Stories: Katarzyna Osiadła

06.04.2021
"Everyone is born with some skills, you just have to discover and develop them. If you stop developing and try to live each day without trying to improve yourself, you will never be successful, you will just exist."
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Alumni Stories: Agata Kowalska

Alumni Stories: Agata Kowalska

26.03.2021
"Already during your studies you should try out as many potential workplaces as possible. By this I mean, for example, an internship at a law firm, an internship at a court, a job at some start-up. This will allow you to find out if the job makes you happy, if this is where we would like to be. I would definitely advise against closing yourself off to learning only: "now I have to study for 5 years, I have to get the highest possible grades, and then I will think about what I will do with it. In my opinion, this “later” after graduation is already a bit too late."
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Alumni Stories: Krystian Pomorski

Alumni Stories: Krystian Pomorski

02.03.2021
"I see professional success as being able to make a living from a business or job that you simply enjoy. To elaborate, it’s the opportunity to live the life you want and not the life you have to live."
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