Essay about My Dream As A Production Engineer

1232 Words Oct 27th, 2015 5 Pages
They say that the sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult. I didn’t believe defeat was necessary to succeed in life. I thought that if we failed, we failed. We can’t do anything more to overcome our failures. Over the years I’ve learned that failure is just a stepping stone towards success. I learned that we must drive, dig deeper, and have a lot of determination to reach our goals in life. We will have those people in our lives telling us, “It’s impossible.” or “You might fail, and failing is unacceptable.” The biggest possible mistake we can make is doing nothing about your problem. However, if we don’t take the chance to overcome our fears, or our problems, then chances are we won’t be able to handle the success.

My dream was to become a production engineer. Since grade three it was something I always wanted to do. Throughout junior high I was talented at math and science. My parents have always had this tremendous dream that I would be an engineer, that’s why they provided everything I needed in school. Everything to make me be successful in school, they made sure I had all my textbooks and my notebooks. It felt like I didn’t have anything to lose.

As time flew by I wasn’t interested in being an engineer anymore. I expected this as I started having more knowledge of what a production engineer actually was. I could see the disappointment in my parents eyes when I told them that my dream of becoming an engineer has changed. This lead to many conversations and…

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