Considering your lifetime goals, discuss how your current and future academic and extra-curricular activities might help you achieve your goals I left college for a year to come back home and work.
At the time that I left school I didn’t think that it was for me. I was working my butt off at school every day with no reward. At times I felt as if it was all for nothing. I didn’t have a Job, I needed money and I stayed stressed out and bogged down with all different types of coursework.I just felt that my talents and effort could be put to better use elsewhere. I felt that if I dropped out and became employed full time that that situation would better suit me. However, after having had taken the working man’s route and still barely making ends meet I feel like I made an irrational decision by leaving college.
I also found out that a college graduate has the potential to make up to a million more dollars in their lifetime as opposed to those with only a high school diploma.That tiny bit of information was enough to change my mind and lead me towards wanting to get back into school. I made a hasty decision in leaving school in the first place. I was more concerned about my current living situation Instead of being focused on long term goals and how successful I wanted to be later on In life.
I guess I can say that I had a little growing up to do. Now I can confidently say that I’m more focused than Eve ever been In my entire life and that nothing will hinder me from becoming successful.