After three years of study at Yale, I am now recognizing myself as a future industry leader with complex team management ability, and impeccable professional skills. With the current real estate industry on the mode of the extreme rate of turnover, successful companies need management talents who have cross-industry and interdisciplinary thinking and are deeply involved in the core industry. During my studies and work, I have repeatedly jumped out of my “Comfort Zone” to work in leading companies in various industries such as PwC, Pfizer, and McKinsey, specifically dedicated to strategic planning and branding works. These diversified experiences are the pieces of the puzzle that broaden my horizons and cultivated my multi-dimensional thinking, learning, and working principles, which are intertwined and complementary. Therefore, cooperating, coordinate, and meeting the core demands of all parties in a professional working environment have become my focus. It is precisely because I have cross-industry cooperation management skills and excellent two-way communication skills that I have sufficient confidence in the value I create. And this kind of confidence is the foundation to achieve cooperation and mutual benefits.