As defined by Webster’s Dictionary, success is: “the gaining of wealth, fame, etc,” or “favorable result.” Success defined by myself is: being content in life, having the necessities, forming a family , having the career of your choice, and believing in myself in all I do. I believe that success is also trying and trying till you reach the goal or point in life you are aiming for. Webster and I have things in common when it comes to defining the word success, but success, to me, is much more than wealth in materialistic form.
My ambition in life is to reach the point where I have gained success. How will I know when I have reached that point? What will I be doing? What will I have? What kind of person will I be? At this time in my life I have goals that I plan on reaching, but with time, some could change. My ambition right now is becoming a surgeon, which works in a hospital, helping other people with medical needs. I will have many different things, including a house, a car, and maybe even working on a family. The person I hope to be is one that loves God, and puts him first in everything that I or my family does. I also want to be someone of great values, morals, and a caring person.
In my life I want a career that I love. I don’t want a job that I go to for a paycheck, but a job that I would do for free because I love doing it. I want to have a career of helping people. At this time in my life I believe I want to become a surgeon. I am not sure at this point and time of what kind of surgeon, but I want to be in the operating room. As a high school senior I was able to do a clinical internship at the hospital for a semester and also do an internship at a surgery clinic for the second semester. While at both places I was able to help and observe in the operating room. I loved every second of it. I was able to see how it affected Dr. Dolan and Dr. Bakeer, to help people. I saw a that there is a true reward of saving someone’s life, fixing...
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