Since I was a child, I have always dreamt of being rich; having so much money I could be a bank, a mansion to live in, and an abundance of cars to drive. However, as I grew older, I quickly realized that my dreams and aspirations are directly correlated to my ambition, drive and motivation to obtain them. In recent years, I’ve been dedicating myself to my academics in hopes of achieving a better paying job later in life. My career dream career path is in the Health Care Industry, specifically as a CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse of Anesthetics). The career path I am currently working towards obtaining my degree in is in the Accounting Industry. I would like to use my Business Degree to work as an accountant for Ernst & Young. One of the rationale for choosing two careers on opposite ends of the spectrum is to diversify my options. Secondly, if for some odd reason I do not enjoy working as a Registered Nurse, I have another career to lean on which would be accounting. There are many skills and characteristics one can possess but not everyone has the same qualities. Some of the most admiral qualities I possess are ambition, dedication, and diligence. My ambition’s backbone is my family. All the dedication I put in to my work and studies derive from the need to please and support my family. On the other end, my weaknesses consist of spending my time improperly and being too critical of myself. Instead of reading or studying for my class, I sometimes procrastinate and wait it until the last minute when I am in a time crunch. The weakness that I am too critical of myself can be detrimental to my success. For example, when I was transferring with a G.P.A. of 3.9, I thought I could have done better and kept badgering myself about not getting a 4.0 G.P.A. This self-criticism affects me because I cannot actualize my goals. Instead I nitpick at minor things or try to determine where, how, or what I could have done to have had better results. When someone...
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