My American Dream

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My American Dream
By: Nardgelen Jean Francois

As an American w all have what is known as an “American Dream”. My idea of an American dream is freedom, success, and happiness. I have not yet fully reached my dream for I must go get an education, pursue my career goals, and start a family. Then my “American Dream” shall University of take place. My educational path is very clear to me. When I graduate from high school, I wish to have completed with superior grades, honors, and knowing that I pushed myself against all odds and barriers of my mind. Very soon after completion of High school I plan on attending the Miami, in Coral Gables, Florida, to study Music Business and Entertainment Industries. In the Music business field, I will learn about the different business tactics, applying music to the business, and learn the ins- and outs of the industry. These are all skills that I will need for achieving success in my American dream. Getting there will take a lot of concentration, hard work, and perseverance. The next step in completing my dream is to pursue a career worth living for. In the previous paragraph, I stated that that I want an education at the University of Miami to study Music Business and Entertainment industries. Music business is a career field that has so many job options and doors that lead to great prosperity. I for one plan on being a top marketing executive and soon become a CEO of a world known company like SONY or own my own recording company. Getting there will be one of the hardest and one of the most difficult tasks because in this growing multi-million dollar industry, everything is an “if”. There are no certainties in this career. Everything is an immense risk to take, but “Progress always involves risks.  You can't steal...
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