No, but if you just received this tree, my suggestion would be do nothing. Let the tree settle in to its new home (which must be OUTDOORS, 24/7/365) while you learn how to care for it and keep it alive and study the art and technique of bonsai. If the tree is still alive and thriving in the spring, that would be the time to start working on it.
Learn the different styles of bonsai and consider which one would work best for your tree. Look for inspiration pictures: