Nursing: Ready for the Challenge Essay

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The world is constantly changing as the future draws nearer. By being a nurse, I have the ability to change lives and make major impacts on the lives of people and the world in a medical aspect. I know in my heart that it is my calling to become a nurse, to lead this world into the future. Being a nurse will be a challenge, but I am ready for that challenge. I have been ready for a long time to take on my role as a world changer, a listener, a healer, and a friend to those with needs, a nurse. I have chosen to pursue a career in nursing because it fits my essence of being, will allow me to accomplish my professional goals, and will allow me to practice a career with which I am irreversibly enthralled. The characteristics of a zealous and…show more content…
Since I possess these two qualities, I know in my heart that I am honest with myself and dedicated to the goals I have set for myself. When I set goals for myself, I accomplish them. I have always been passionate and deeply devoted to achieving my goals. When I first began to learn how to tumble, the only tumbling pass I was able to do was a cartwheel. The first day I stepped into my competitive cheerleading gym for practice, I made myself a goal to be able to do a round-off back-handspring tuck, and I achieved it. After much hard work, practice, sweat, and tears, I took myself from a level one cheerleader to a level four cheerleader in only two years of doing competitive cheerleading. My team ranked World Champions two years in a row in the Senior Coed Division, and we were undefeated the entire time I cheered on that competitive cheerleading team. Moreover, I not only accomplished the goal I had set for myself, I surpassed it. A round-off back-handspring tuck is a level three tumbling pass, and I made it to a level four cheerleading team. Through this and many other life experiences, I honestly know that vigorous determination and unceasing effort will allow me to achieve the professional goals I have set for myself. After my great grandmother died, I set my first professional goal: I decided to become a nurse,
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