What do you want to be? A question we are asked from kindergarten on up. For some people, the answer lies with them there whole life until they are able to pursue that dream. Others aren't able to choose what they want to be or do until the day comes to make the decision comes. As for me I made my career chose my sophomore year of high school. Although I didn't choose just one possible candidate I have boiled it down to two careers. The first being a Chiropractor and the second being a Physical Therapist.
After many years of being asked what I wanted to be when I grew up and after many of my responses, all of which were different whether it was a doctor or a teacher maybe even a firefighter; I finally know what's right for me. Growing up it was easy for me to just say I wanted to be a scientist or a police officer, but high school was when reality struck my mind and I realized I didn't want to be any of the things I said when I was like ten. I wasn't exactly interested in any of those subjects, although I was doing good in most of my classes I wasn’t sure what I wanted to be and I didn’t think about it either. I enjoyed writing for all my classes, even if it was just plotting notes down on a piece of paper or I’d rejoiced in writing essays about
In my opinion, the thing I would love to change In my life this year Is that I want my dad to understand and not to put me down and not think nothing bad of me as an embarrassment In what I mostly want to be In the future which Is to be a barber/cosmetologist I've been wanting to be one since a kid that's all I would bring up to my parents In my perspective to me I think they would say under their breath she Is not gonna get to that goal she Is not gonna reach that I also want my mom to think better of me not to think of her daughter of “ Oh she was born in the streets of Los Angeles and a typical Chola so she Is probably gonna get pregnant at 16 and dropout of high school” I want her to think better of me and not negative, I want her to think
Life is full of decisions. You have the choice to decide what you want to do for a career. Some may have jobs they wish they could change or made the decision before to have done something differently. The career you choose should be something you love, along with aspects that fit your values the best. Interest, skills, financially that you know you can excel in. A plan for life is important, so it’s best to know or have an idea on what you want to proceed in.
Even at a young age, people begin to ask you what you want to be when you grow up. Children’s answers will range anywhere from ballerina, to firefighter, to President of the United States. However, as you get older, the question becomes more serious. As a high schooler, you feel as if you need to know exactly where you will end up thirty years into the future. Since senior year began, I have tried my best to understand my strengths and goals in life so that I can prepare for my future.
Throughout my life, one question has plagued me during icebreakers, uncomfortable family gatherings, and standardized tests: what do you want to be when you grow up? I went through the standard set of responses as I grew up (ballerina, Rockstar, astronaut, Godzilla, etc.), but when I finally got to the age when what I answered actually mattered, I found that I really had no idea. I antagonized over the question, trying to work my way backward: What did that question even mean? Was it just to find a job or a career, something that paid the bills, or something that truly made me happy? For much longer than probably advisable, I put off answering The Question. Thankfully, the universe felt generous enough to drop some pretty obvious hints my way.
What do you want to be when you grow up? When I was four, I wanted to be a princess, like Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty; except, without the evil step-family and the vengeful evil queen hunting me. I wanted the pretty dress; and let’s be honest, I wanted the handsome prince. By the time I was nine, I was convinced I would be country star. I wanted to be the best of the best, and stardom seemed like the way to do it. With Taylor Swift as my idol there was no way my plan could go awry. Thirteen hit me and I decided I was too grown up for such childish desires, and my plans changed to becoming a neurosurgeon. Today, if you were to ask me who I want to be when I grow up, my reply would be that I have no clue. I can only tell you three things I want to do; the same three things I have to do. I have to remain hopeful, become the best version of me that I can possibly be, and most importantly, I have to pursue my dreams. These are my responsibilities to America.
Every child gets asked what they want to be when they grow up. Some say they want to be astronauts and others say princesses. I would always say I wanted to become a doctor. As I grew older, I had never changed my mind. I hope to someday become a non-invasive Cardiologist. I chose this career because heart disease has become more of a concern in the past few years. Also, because I enjoyed working with the heart in previous medical classes I had taken in high school. I want to help people and give them a way to be healthier and live longer.
The Internship program is the perfect opportunity to be able to assess what I want to do with my life. I would be an excellent candidate because my motivation and drive to get better everyday while making others achieve their best potential. With the information I already know, as well as the drive I have to learn more about my particular career interest the internship program is the perfect opportunity for me. My interest in the program comes from wanting to get better and be as prepared for the future as I can be. If I am going to spend six years of my life learning about how to be a chiropractor I want to be sure that it is what I want to do; furthermore, the internship will let me learn how to get started and be better prepared when I graduate
What do you want to be when you grow up? Well you can be many things, whatever you heart desires. For me I want to be a vet. Yes, a vet, a vet sounds really interesting to me. You get to work with animals and people at the same time.
When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? There are a lot of children today that if you asked them this question would have big aspirations, they want to be astronauts or firefighters. When I was younger I wanted to be a professional football player, it didn't take long to me to realize this goal was out of reach.
Things that make me happy are helping others that are in need. I enjoy bringing a smile to people’s face that gets new things like a new blanket, shirts, a hat or a home-cooked meal. I am the very helpful person for the needy. I go to the homeless shelter to help the needy by serving meals and listen to their needs and how they have dreams to get off the streets permanently.
To find out what really makes us happy we have to test things so we know. To me what makes me happy is basketball, video games, food, and friends. For you guys It could be a certain activity you enjoy, or a memory of some event in your life. Anything can make you feel happiness. Knowing what makes us happy gets us closer to what it really means.
When asking someone what makes them happy, you more than likely would receive a million different answers. The general definition of happiness or being happy is a state of well-being and contentment, or a pleasurable or satisfying experience. An individual’s definition of happiness more as excitement increase in the tendency to choose ab exciting option over a calming option; and defining happiness more as feeling calm increase the tendency to choose a calming option over exciting option. So, what makes people happy? The answer to what make people happy varies depending on what they might like or be content with. To someone a plate of hot wings or a day at the spa would make them happy. I personally think spending time with family, friends, or a significant other is the key to being happy. I always seem to be happiest when I’m with my family, friends, or girlfriend. The need for social connections with friends and family makes me feel so alive and very happy. According to Dan Gilbert we all have the “moral molecule” which is associated with both love and pain relief. It releases high levels of oxytocin when we think about those we care for and love. Being happy places a major key in living a healthy life.