When you are younger people always ask what do you want to be when you are older? Of course when you are young everyone is filled with wonder about your answer, whether it’s a model, astronaut, race car driver, etc. Now that I’m older it’s expected for me to know exactly what to do with my life and how to do it. I realized very soon that I sometimes can be an indecisive person when it comes to life long decisions, this being a huge decision in one’s life you could only imagine how many times I’ve changed my idea on what to go to school for. Although, changing my mind become a norm, I eventually decided a degree in business/marketing is the right path for me. In this paper I will discuss what my career and educational goals are, what my job would be like, and what influenced me to make this decision.
I personally try to have goals in all aspects of my life, it just so happens a lot of my goals have a lot to do with my education and my career. Dealing with my education I could just get my bachelor’s degree since that’s all that is required but I rather go ahead and push myself a little harder get my masters. If possible when graduating with a masters I want to try to be top twenty-five in my graduating class. I want to avoid going through life settling for less because it’s easier, just because it’s easier does not mean it’s better. After graduating I want to work myself up into a company and either becoming a CEO or something similar; if not that I would also be interested in one day owning my own business. Depending on how my life is at the time, like what works best for me and my (future) family, will be a deciding factor on which choice seems the best. As H...
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...t I’ve also gotten the opportunity to learn with her about some of the dos and don’ts with a small business, learning how to deal with certain situations that I wouldn’t be able to learn by reading a book in school, and how to avoid little mistakes that I may have made if I didn’t work at the boutique now. Both of these factors contributed significantly in my decision to getting a degree in business/marketing more than I could describe.
Being a senior in high school it’s expected for me to know what to be when I grow up, thankfully I am completely comfortable in my decision for getting a degree in business/management. My educational and career goals, information about my job, and the influences that impacted my decision may change over time but right now this is what they are. Eventually, one day I will be the one asking, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
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