10 Years Later

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Student Name: Tran, Thi Ngoc Hanh
Student ID: BAIU09036
Course: Entrepreneurship
INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT #1

Where do you see yourself 10 years now?
Life is unexpected. However people always looking forward and planning for their future, so do I. Some time I ask myself where I see myself in ten years, as a thirty-one-year-old woman. Actually I have no idea! So, instead of thinking of where I would li ke to be, I thought of what I would like my life to be during the next ten years.

In 10 years I image myself graduated from International University and got a job in Human Resource Department of ANZ Bank – Ho Chi Minh City as my parents expected. Life would be stable and easy in its way, going to work at 8 am, having lunch with colleagues at noon and coming back for family dinner right after work. Sometimes going on dates with son of my dad’s friends because I know he won’t give up on finding me a good guy by himself. However, I don’t think It’s gonna work.

Two years is enough time for me to please and convince my parents on let ting me live my life instead of the one they give me. Coming back Australia would be my decision. At the age of 25, I would start studying my MBA degree in University of Queensland, but I don’t think I would live in Melbourne after graduating because I don’t like its weather, seem like changing thousand times per day.

5 years along with far distance and different culture, I am sure me and my boyfriend might get many problems, challenges leading to misunderstandings and depressions. However, I believe things would be solved and consolidated as long as I come back to Australia. We get married or

at least engage after I finish my MBA program. I probably have to experience some part -time jobs due to the high competitiveness before really getting a good job here. Those first years in Australia after my graduation would be tough with my PR (Permanent Resident) applying, new life starting, job finding and psychological balancing as...
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