My three most important decisions are going to college, getting a job, and volunteering at the elections. These three decisions I made have made a positive impact on my life, and I feel that making these three decisions is going to benefit me in the future; I will gain new experiences, a new outlook on life, and an idea of what I want to do in the future.
One of my most important decisions is going to college. College is a big part of our world today and is crucial to our success; without it, we will struggle in our journey. I feel that going to college will benefit me in many ways: introducing me to new experiences, furthering my education, jump-starting my life, and opening up my options. My family has always told me that college is important and that without it, life will be difficult. I’m hoping to leave college a better person, so I can tackle anything that comes at me in a positive and effective way.
Another one of my most important decisions is getting a job. Having a job is the number one thing on everyone’s minds these days, and without one, life is challenging. Getting a job has helped make my life more successful than is has been. Having this job has taught me about time management, communication skills, being productive in my work environment, and having a positive work ethic. Having a job has opened up new experiences for me and has taught me valuable lessons about life, productivity, and the value of money. Having a job is not only about making money, and being successful; it’s about enjoying time spent with other people, learning from them and the struggles of your job, and seeing how different jobs have different responsibilities.
Volunteering for the election was an important decision that will affect me for the rest of my life. Volunteering taught me a little bit on how the government works and about politics. I took all the steps to apply and train for the election; I had to take a seminar on what and what not to do during the election....
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