Well by the end of the year I plan to have my tuition paid off in full. It could have been paid off years ago. Instead I took in my sister kids raised them and kept them out of foster care. Which some have criticized me for doing . I could have been selfish and paid my tuition a long time ago and then there's no telling where my niece and nephews would be. And for that reason the family is more important then having the best credit. Which will be well soon and we all will benefit from this process. Good luck to everyone, I hope you all the best and greed isn't everything.
We’re so proud of you for making it to Day 15!
Over the past couple weeks, you’ve been laying the foundation for a great 2017. But now’s not the time to relax - there’s still work to be done.
That’s why today’s challenge is all about asking people on our community to keep you on track toward keeping your goals.
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When life hits you in the face, fight back! When you want to throw in the towel and just want to give up. Pick yourself up, pick up the pieces and push through. You know, it's interesting! When you were a kid, there was no limits, and you constantly kept dreaming of what you wanted to be, how your life would look like or even where you would live. THEN! Life hit you in the face and reality started to set in. You started to think your passion, dreams, goals, was just an illusion, but it's not.
My dream job would be to remain a clinical assistant, but to work within a practice that specializes largely in geriatrics. My goal is to work directly with the patient and the loved ones caring for them, i in all stages of Alzheimer's and their loved ones. My dad passed away in 2013 from this horrible disease that stole a piece of everyone's sole along the way. I watched my mom struggle, lose her sanity, and wilt physically and emotionally, while caring for him the only way she knew Since then, I made it my personal mission to gain as much knowledge as it refers to an overall understanding of Alzheimer's disease and each stage, changes in the brain, and the many new doors beong opened as a result of advances in technology and the incredible research being done every day. I am committed to taking what I learned from my own experience dealing with this sole stealing, bottom feeding disease and with hope, help to change someone else's story from "Lonely and Confused" into "Supported, Informed, and Prepared". I feel so truly connected and passionate about Alzheimer's research and awareness, there isn't a doubt in my mind that this is what I should be doing.
Set goals at 8 years old. Still pursuing. Boss man says relax. Work-a-holics not so anonymous. Just me. What do I do now? NO moon and New York City. Start with the pressures I guess.
My next goal is to be at an exciting forward thinking creative company leading them into the next era. Finding new ways to design and market products globally.
If you have about 1h15m to waste :), listed to Arnold Schwarzenegger's interview. It will be time worth spent, then. http://fourhourworkweek.com/2015/02/02/arnold-schwarzenegger/ #careers #motivation #goals