Goals And Accomplishing Your Dreams Essay

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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
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     Also, there are many obstacles that will stand in my way. Most of the decisions I will make in the next ten years will have a profound impact on me as a person, and society as a whole. I hope that we, as the graduating class of
2000, make good decisions because we are the future. Whether we choose to be drug addicts, alcoholics, or thieves will change the way people treat us and look at us. I know that things such as drugs will only hurt me, and my performance in school. That is why I have made up my mind to never compromise my life or values due to peer pressure. There is only one way for me to get where
I'm going and that is through hard word and determination. I must get my high school diploma as well as go to college.
     The truth of the matter is that good people sometimes fail. But if they really care, they will not go down without a fight. Many times the people you think care about you most will be the ones who lead to your demise. If your friends are truly your friends, they won't make you do something you don't want to do. It is okay to say no! There are no problems so big you can't solve them.
As long as you have your goals in prospective, you can accomplish them.
     Part of being a teenager is growing up, knowing your limits, and taking responsibility for your life. There are consequences for every action you make
(small or large). Having goals is