However, when I joined the middle I was a different person, I was calm and I stopped making troubles in the school, so my parents thought that I will start concentrate on my studies and do good in school and having high scores. But instead of that all of my focus and concentration was on playing soccer and my grades still bad. So my father had an idea, he let me join a football or soccer club because he didn’t want me to play in the street and probably hanging out with strangers who could teach me bad habits such as smoking and drugs, also he thought that in the club they will teach me commitment and how to work hard to achieve my goals. In fact, he was right in the club I became a new person I learned how to work hard and achieve my goals and commitment, but unfortunately only on soccer I was perfect but in school I was the same person who don’t care about his studies.
However, I have barley passed the middle school with a ver...
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...o live like him or duffer like him. Most of his salary is spent on loans and his wife and his kids. his financial situation was horrible. However, I liked the way the engineer live, he has a really good salary, wear the best clothes, riding the newest and fanciest cars and travelling twice a year, I definitely want to live his life.
So my father words affected me to the better, I started to think about my future, I started to work hard in high school, I said to my self in those three years in high school are my future they are to be or not to be a successful man.
After those three years in high school I got a really high GPA, and I got that scholarship to study abroad in the USA, I choose the most difficult major which is Mechanical engineering, so here am I studying in ASU, and I hope that I finish my studying as soon as possible to be an engineer officially.
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