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Achieving Dreams

By mwhite31 Dec 01, 2009 509 Words
The whole world sometimes asksitself, “what am I living for” or “what is my purpose.” There is more to that answer than to just reproduce the human population. Everyone has and should find their passions in life. Their passions should be there dreams. Discovering dreams can be a tough objective in society. People must figure out what they enjoy and what they are good at, or else their life’s journey can be a long ride. Dreams are also what people have a passion for, and will take on anything to achieve them. My first goal to achieve my dream is to go beyond the average person. I have decided to work towards a bachelor’s degree after high school. Based on today’s economy and for future economic crises, a further education will better help an individual for job security. When becoming a college student, I need to figure out what I would like to do with my career. I need to figure out what makes me happy and what I am somewhat good at. I enjoy my fitness by working out and exercising. I know that I work hard at it and I do my best to stay fit. Therefore my college major is Health and Physical Education. After graduating college with a bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education, I then would like to start my career as a school teacher at the high school level. My personality comes with a lot of patience and a heart for kids and teenagers. I enjoy having a good time with younger kids. My leadership skills come in hand for teaching as well. I was involved with 4-H for ten years and was a tremendous leader on my high school’s athletic teams. Starting my teaching career would be very fortunate if I was able to teach at local school from where I live; however, from THE LAST LECTURE, I have learned that I should play the best hand possible with the cards that I am dealt with. In other words, if I am only able to teach at a school further away then I am willing to relocate. My final mission for my dream will be the most important to me. It is also the most common answer for the world’s question of what a person’s purpose is in life. I would like to start and raise the best family possible. I dreamed of this as a kid. I want to live a life with a great wife. I want to have as many children of my own as I can afford. I will play with them, teach them, and watch them as they grow. Whether I have one child or ten children, I know that I will enjoy them. Dreams are what people have a passion for, and will take on anything to achieve them. These all are my dreams and passions. Achieving dreams takes non-stop hard work, but I am committed and will do the best I can to succeed.

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