Deciding what I want to do with my life is a big question that should be carefully considered. Do I want to become a singer, an actress, or a model? Those are paths I would like to take, but are they really practical choices and are they a part of God's plan for me? By developing the talents I have received, I hope to discover the road that is right for me.
At some point in my life I hope to marry, but before that I would like to enter the world of business. I often visit my uncle who owns a rental store. By observing his work I have a general idea of how a business is run. In order to further my education and to become more competitive, I plan to enroll in Tarrant County Community College to earn an associate's degree. Then I will go on to either University of Dallas or The University of Texas at Arlington to work toward a bachelor's degree in business. Thankfully, my mom has invested in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund so that I can fulfill this dream.
Due to business affairs it is possible that I may have to travel; however, too much travel is never good for a growing family. When I get married, I would like to stay at home and write books for a living. I will have a little corner in the study which will be dedicated to writing. Since early childhood, I have written books for pleasure and I continually work on developing my writing skills. The only problem with this occupation is that my hand may hurt by the end of the day.
What I want to be may change tomorrow. My life is an open book with many blank pages. All that remains is to choose the right words to put inside.
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