My name is Mike, I am from Augusta, Georgia in America. Its a medium sized city, but very small compared to the cities most people in Japan live in.
I am a first generation college attendant and working on building an international accounting firm that can bring business to my country, the Japanese are excellent at bringing business to their country and we (Americans) cannot let hem beat us!(competition is good for the world).
I have written 3 novels (One about a medieval hunter in Ireland, one about a cotton broker in Antebellum Georgia and another on three kids growing up in the violence of Augusta, Georgia, my city). I have written histories on Augusta, Georgia and much of its street crime, I have many drawings of historical objects and places and have 2 degrees in marketing. I am working on a bachelors degree in Accounting and then will go abroad to learn international accounting. I also have helped many people start their business by offering free marketing help and represent many musicians in Augusta. I am very physically fit with diplomas in Yoga, nutrition and fitness from a vocational school and I fight regularly with my cousin's and anybody else who tries me. I have done all of this before the age of 22, so you get an idea of how active and "hungry" I am of success.
I respect the Japanese cultures deeply and believe that interaction between our people is the best for our countries. We also constitute a lot of the worlds GDP, with the EU looking to go into a very deep and bad 10 stretch. Japan and America can do a lot together to secure our economic goodwill, many of my articles focus on Japanese-American business ideas.
Growing up in the deep south I have an attachment to horticulture and relaxing scenes. Japanese gardens were always my favorite and I first remember Japan as that. The Masters happens in my city and the nickname of Augusta, Georgia is "The Garden City".
Japan shall be my first place to establish business, followed by China.I am trying to get ready to handle the pacific part of my business since other partners are learning different languages and will handle the rest of the planet. I eventually want my business office to look like the UN with international people constantly coming through.
I hope to meet and write you guys to learn all about your culture, Thanks.
-Michael G. Morrison, CEO, Morrison Marketing.
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