My long term goals are set in stone, but the road after high school was a challenge in my early high school years, many friends telling me where they are going, and asking me the question “what are you going to do after high school”. It finally hit me in the beginning of my senior year when I realized I have to do something other then sit around at school. I know I will be attending college, the harder question is where. I have met with my counselor and my parents about what I am going to do after high school, followed up on my financial aid, checked out various colleges. I have come to realize that what I have been doing in high school may not be what I plan on doing the rest of my life. I have been doing some recent research on the medical fields, and it seems that this may be a high category of what I might want to go to college for. I have learned that through hard work and a strong mental focus, you can succeed in anything. People always dread about what they are going to do with their life, but I have to look at it from a different point of view, I mean when you were a kid it was all about money, but when it comes to doing it your whole life, it’s about what you love to do the most. My post high school plans are attending Blue Mountain community college or Columbia Basin for the first year or two to knock out my Associates Degree. My family has always said I was the smart one, so I want to prove to my family that I can do something better then the ordinary low paying job. Right now there is nothing stopping me from going to college, so therefore I am not worried about what I am going to do, people change their majors all the time, it just comes to show that people end up doing what they love most, and after doing research I feel the most comfortable with studying in the medical field. We never stop learning, each day we learn something new. I want to use the tools I have learned in high school to help me with my medical field study. People say I am very caring and quiet, which I think would be good in the medical field
The Road to Success
Success does not come easy. It takes hard work and dedication. I learned this from my parents. These hard-working people taught me the many ups and downs of life. They showed me that when opportunity arises to succeed, you take it with full pride. Throughout my whole life, I have seen my parents work hard, even if they are exhausted and lack motivation. They have pushed through so many obstacles. My parents are not only successful in the matter of money with a steady paycheck…
“Success is Counted Sweetest” and “The Road Not Taken” are two significant poems
which have many message in common. The most important meaning is about unforeseen
victories. While the first poem reveals the melancholy life of Emily Dickinson, the second
poem displays the exemplary figure of Mr. Froster. Both poem also share a related theme
which expresses the poignant taste of the process one goes through to achieve a true
For the true experience of life, failures are unavoidable…
Country Road has been an iconic Australian brand for 36 years, building its success on its high quality and unique designs that look effortlessly casual yet stylish. Following the high financial performances of their Australian stores, Country Road decided to embark into the United States of America (US) in 1989, in hope of realising the financial gains they saw here. Unfortunately, their strategies didn’t work, and they found obstacles which hindered their success in the US. This essay examines…
Success is Happiness
If the destination isn’t worth the road that is paved, then why walk the road? Success is about accomplishing things in life, and being happy through out all the adventures. While many people define success by the end result success is more about the journey, and being happy along that journey. No matter how the world turns it will never fall out of orbit.
A goal can be small or big. Accomplishing a goal is a great thing; it…
Short Answer Questions
1. Explain the purpose of a business plan and evaluate the importance of planning to the overall success of a business. (10 marks)
2. (a) Distinguish between a vision statement and a mission statement (2 marks)
(b) Identify 2 forecasting tools and discuss how they may be used by management to create specific targets for a business (4 marks)
3. (a) Define budgets and describe the role they play in the planning process ( 3 marks)
(b) Explain one forecasting tool…
Enzo Anselmo Ferrari’s Road of Success
Enzo Anselmo Ferrari’s Road of Success
Do you want to get a Ferrari? I believe that most people want to have a super sports car, and Ferrari is one of the most famous super sports car in the world. Ferrari is a milestone in the history of the car manufacturing, also Ferrari is a dream car of the fans all over the world. Enzo Anselmo Ferrari uses his all life to create and innovate this brand. Enzo Anselmo Ferrari became a successful business…
Success is impossible without clear intentions and specific goals. Attempting to succeed without having specific goals is like playing football without goal posts. Scoring a goal will be difficult, and one never experiences the exhilaration and fulfilment that comes from achieving a definite target. The key word that defines success is “fulfilment”.
Having a clearly defined vision is necessary for success in every area of our lives, and more so in business. It would be difficult, even…
you make lemonade." These two quotes can be direct examples from two poems titled," Don't Quit " and " The Road Not Taken." These quotes simply put things in perspective for the reader to grasp what the author is telling us in their poems. The
title indicates that people will come across decisions that they would have never imagine taking. If taken seriously one shouldn't quit on little road bumps waiting ahead.
The main theme is don't quit in your decision because if you give up you will…
perseverance, in lay man’s terms, hanging in there and not giving up and succumbing to pressures. And hence, the journey to success has begun.
Travelling through the roads of life and going to different destinations at the end of those roads, all of which would ultimately lead to that one thing everyone is looking from life; success! Success is different for different people. Success for me is finding a stable life, finding a permanent place of abode, finding a person to call my own and going through…
without letting emotions in the way.
When developing a moral vision or road map that would be used for guiding, I would include both personal goals, and also goals for the human service program and workers. I would want to achieve certain goals by certain time periods. Setting time limits and completing before time is something that I have been accustomed to and actually enjoy it. The results are an inspiration to continue on. My road map would include things such as different situations, for each situation…