January 26, 2014
Everyone wants to be successful in life. The easiest way to do so is to set goals for yourself just for a day or for the rest of your life. Having goals makes you have a clear focus and helps you organize your plans to achieving the goals you have set for yourself. My parents always remind me how it’s difficult to be successful in the world if you have no college education. They encourage me to strive for what I want so I won’t have to suffer like they did. Another major role model in my life is my older sister. She is a surgical technician in the navy. Although she is always busy studying, working out, and doing her daily duties she calls me to keeps me on track and gives me advice. They keep me motivated to completing my goal of becoming a Radiologist. To accomplish my goal of majoring as a Radiologist I will complete my pre-requisites, stay focused in college, and stay organized. The first step to becoming a Radiologist is to complete my pre-requisites. To begin my pre-requisites I am taking 13.20 units at CCC this semester. These units include Math, Writing, Health, and Computer technology courses. I will meet up with a counselor to make an educational plan so I can know what classes I need be taking for the fall semester. I know this won’t be a next day achievement on getting my pre-requisites over with but I’m trying to have them done by a year and a half. Then I will be able to sign up either at Lake Merritt College or Kaiser so I can take on their Radiology program. Hoping I get accepted it will take me around two years on getting my degree. The next step to becoming a Radiologist I will stay focused in college. I will start by getting out of my old habits like staying off my phone during class. This will keep me from wondering off and actually paying attention to what the instructor is teaching the class. In addition, I won’t be bothered by my friends and will finish all my work that is due at...
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