Career or not?

Автор: Николай Василев
Рейтингът се формира от продажбите в системата на Хеликон

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Издател Сиела
Година на издаване 2020
Език английски
Формат ePUB
ISBN 9789542833598
Баркод 9789542833598
Категории Мениджмънт. Човешки ресурси, Икономика, Е-книги

Who are you, dear reader? A young person by date of birth or by spirit, full of energy and romance, of desire to change the world?

What are your dreams? To fly to Mars? Jump high? Win ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ or the Eurovision Song Contest? Study at Ivy League schools? Establish a leading global company? Erect an edifice which deserves to be on the cover of architecture books? Win the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting? Become a smart policeman like Lieutenant Horatio Cane from Miami? Discover the cure for cancer or a vaccine for the coronavirus? Direct a film and win an Oscar? Become a leading blogger? Build a new generation of hydrogen automobiles? Invent the most sophisticated computer game? Get a Nobel Prize for astrophysics? Become a teacher for disabled children? Reform your country? Write poetry? Sing on Broadway? Have a successful career?...

Come on, what are you waiting for? This world and this century are for people like you. You can do more than your parents: travel anywhere, communicate everywhere – through foreign languages, keyboards and social networks, or just with your eyes. Read anything, say everything, criticize anything, create everything. You are the hero of this book. This world needs you now.

Just never stop dreaming!

In this book, I have tried to systematize knowledge, views, and experience for successful career development. Today’s career is like a decathlon competition. But you never know when the next contest starts, what the sport is, and who the competitors are. You always need to be ready for everything. It might sound stressful, but it is this unknown and this diversity which make life romantic and interesting. I will be happy if this book is useful to readers of all ages and all roles in life – college and high school students, professors and teachers, parents, employers, and professionals.

За автора:

Nikolay Vassilev is Managing Partner at Expat Capital, the largest independent wealth management company in Bulgaria. He was a member of two governments of the Republic of Bulgaria, serving as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy (2001-2003), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transport and Communications (2003-2005), and Minister of State Administration and Administrative Reform (2005-2009). Previously, Nikolay Vassilev was Senior Vice President at Lazard Capital Markets – London (2000-2001), and Associate Director at UBS (UBS Warburg Dillon Read) in the Tokyo, New York, and London offices (1996- 2000), working in the area of equities and emerging markets. He was also a tax adviser at Coopers & Lybrand in Budapest, Hungary (1993-1994). Nikolay Vassilev holds a Master of Arts degree in International Economics and Finance from Brandeis University, USA (1997) with two exchange semesters at Keio University (Tokyo, Japan), as well as two Bachelor’s degrees from the State University of New York, USA (1995) and the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Hungary (1994). He has been a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder since 1999. He speaks English, Hungarian, and Russian and has basic knowledge of French, German, and Japanese. Currently, Nikolay Vassilev is a member of the Board of the Bulgarian CFA Association. He is the author of three books in Bulgarian language – “Energy” (2009), “Menu for Reformers” (2014), and “Career or Not?” (2018). The latter was modified and published in Hungarian in 2019 and in English in 2020.


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