“People with goals succeed because they know where they’re going.” –Earl Nightingale
My Visionary self is usually the driving force of my ambitions for life, love, success, educational goals, and so on. I sometimes question whether this is a development of my own doing or has it been created by the interaction between others and myself. For instance my parents have been supportive and promising in all the decisions I make for myself. They have given me the ability to think for myself as well as my future. Although they allowed me to make most of my own decisions one thing my parents enforced and placed in my future was attending college.
Being the youngest of three daughters, Crystal, the oldest, graduated from the University of Austin and Destinee, the middle child, graduated from Texas State University, applies my parents to have huge expectations for me which I plan to fulfill with determination and dedication. Growing up, my father always told my sisters and me, “Whatever your choices are know you are representing the Smiths’ and wearing the name on your back. Being a Smith is who you are and never be ashamed of that, we Smiths’ are born to succeed.” I carry my name proudly and I trust in my dad that I will be successful in life. Before this research paper I was indecisive on what career I wanted to pursue. Taking care of people has always been in my nature and I knew I wanted to be in a profession where I could help people but I did not know in which way. I was contemplating between being a Counselor or a Pharmacist, now I know my future is in pharmacy.
A pharmacist dispenses prescription drugs to individuals. As a pharmacist you must have an aptitude for science and mathematics which are my two strongest and favorite subjects. You should have good communication skills and be detail-oriented that also comes easy to me. The duties of a pharmacist are helping patients understand the medication their doctors prescribed to them. They inform the patients...
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