Goals and Accomplishing Your Dreams
For many years jobs such as doctors, accountants, and corporate
executives were considered high profile . In the last decade, careers in the
field of law have become more important due to the increasing number of lawsuits.
One of my many long term goals is to become a tax lawyer. This is a goal I
have held near to my heart form several years. I can see myself walking into a
packed court room with my Italian suit and penny loafers on. The court room
grows silent as my client pleads not guilty. The judge raps his gavel and a
court date is set. It is a goal that is very distant and may change, but it is
one goal that I must strive for to achieve. For many teenagers this is the
leading cause of failure later in life. Many people loose their focus. A wise
man once said, “Dreams are what life is made up of.” This statement is true in
the sense that if you have dreams you have something to look forward to;
something to focus on; even something to live for. Knowing that you are a VIP
is important in the decision-making process.
To accomplish your dreams, you must first face adversity in the eye and
conquer your fears. For me personally, training to be a lawyer will take time
and commitment. I must constantly look at where I am now and evaluate where I
need to go from here. There will never be a time in your life where you are at
the top. You must keep climbing the ladder of success. Fortunately I know that.
I have a good G.P.A., but I know there is always someone smarter than me, so I
continue to expand my knowledge.
Also, there are many obstacles that will stand in my way. Most of the
decisions I will make...