Amelia Floryance

Amelia Floryance

Head Logistics Expert

Milestones

Milestones

My road in life took a while to figure out.
Won my school spelling bees and grew confident in my academics.
Really started trying to make things easier (e.g. washing dishes) in middle school because I procrastinated.
Did a career search in middle school and discovered the career.
Graduated HS with an IB diploma because I wanted to improve my resume.
Tried out a few companies before employing with one of my school friends and her business empire.
Got used to life and became happy.
Education

Education

highschool
High School
Career

Career

Head Logistics Expert

I solve every problem in the entire business I work for.

Career Roadmap

Roadmap
My work combines:
My work combines:
Business
Business
Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship
Accomplishing Goals
Accomplishing Goals

Day to Day

Lots of things being completed: every little thing being perfected for maximum production. I sometimes design ideas for better communication, sometimes methods for better interaction, and usually solve everyday problems. If the coffee guy's already out, I find a way to get someone else's request. If something never got filed, I take it upon myself to make the filing process easier for them. I'm basically the company's glue for filling in all the little cracks.

Skills & Qualities Beyond School

You have to be great at organization, efficient beyond compare, and have the best resume. Considering most companies don't usually have logistics experts for hire and don't think they need them, so you have to really put yourself out there and show them they need you. If you aren't efficient, then this job is probably not for you, because it focuses on max efficiency and perfection.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for high school students

Learn to organize and be the best. Develop a determination complex so you will be more confident, select the perfect company, and work your way up the levels to understand the problems the company faces. Everything should be better and better as you organize- the way you do things gets easier as you get new ideas, processes go smoother as you learn about them, and with the right company, life will just get easier and easier.

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:

Hurdles

Hurdles

The Noise I Shed

From Peers:

"What the heck is a logistics expert? That sounds stupid. You probably won't get much money."

Become confident in your excellence and strive to be the best. even if your dreams are not that far-fetched, being the best opens windows; e.g. more money; to let you express your smaller passions.

Challenges I Overcame

First-Generation College Student
First-Generation College Student

Nobody wanted me to be so confident I would do well, and they thought I'd fail. After a while, I decided they didn't know what they were talking about and started to listen to myself (because I rule over them in my head), which became my confidence.