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Hi,
Please let me know if follow statements round correct grammatically:-

In long term I want to take the carte blanche of the company. I envision for myself a career straddling the highest levels of a business decision making of that organization.
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Im not cheating. I have written these sentences myself. The only issue is that I dont have any guide or teacher who can review it and tell me the grammatical errors. I dont the SOP to be re-written.
Now, what Im unsure is that when they google it and figure out that these sentences appear in this forum.How the review committee perceives it that Im not sure of.
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Okay I got it.
Please let me know if this sentence is correct.

A systematic planner, who set goals, plans meticulously by looking at everything that can go right and wrong, and work towards the goals.
It is not a complete sentence; other than that, I have underlined the problem areas:

A systematic planner, who set goals, plans meticulously by looking at everything that can go right and wrong, and work towards the goals.
I do not want to use I'm at the beginning as I have lot of sentences where Im is being repeated.Hod do I re-phrase it
I have pasted two sentence below:-
A systematic planner, who set goals, plans meticulously by looking at everything that can go right and wrong, and work towards the goals. I would estimate the time required for a particular task to get accomplished and will try to complete the task in the given time frame
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Here is a possible re-phrasing:

As a systematic planner who sets goals, plans meticulously by looking at everything that could go right or wrong, and works towards the goals,. I would estimate the time required to accomplish a particular task and will try to complete the task it in the given time frame.
All of which is incorporated in the phrase 'systematic planner'. I am not minimizing the improvements you have made, AS, but after seeing the sentences 3 times in a row here, it becomes obvious how boring this will be on a resume. A potential employer is likely to toss your resume into the wastebasket at about this point, nilabh. Almost all if it is just filler; you say nothing new or substantial after 'systematic planner'.
Hi,
It is not part of my resume it is part of my personal statement where I have to explain my attributes. I just dont need to write jargons but even need to explain it in simple words
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Whatever it is part of, it is all jargon. Simple words:

I am a systematic planner. I am meticulous, goal-oriented, and adhere to deadlines.
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