Way of Thinking: Dedication

Since I can remember, my young adult life has consisted of a full-time job and coursework since the start of my college career.

In a million years I never thought my younger sibling would attempt to fill my shoes. He has always seemed so determined to do his own thing. I graduated with a two-year degree in one year following high-school. My younger brother informed me he would be taking 18 credit hours at a local community college to graduate in one year as well. His main objective – rush through college. I myself rushed through college, and got married at the age of 18. The best advice I can give anyone entering college is enjoy the ride. While dedication is important, it is vital that you take time to relax, breathe, and take life one step at a time.

One thing I look back on and regret is not being able to spend more time in college. By spending more time I mean programs such as study abroad. One of my life ambition’s is to travel the world. Making my dreams a reality is my new life goal.

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