My Passion For Education

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As Maya Angelou is quoted as saying: “It has been said that we need just three things in life: something to do, something to look forward to and someone to love. (Willis, 2014) I have to be honest, for the longest time I didn’t know what career was a best for me. That’s when I had to ask myself, “What is in it for my future if I don’t develop a stable foundation within my career?” I noticed that it became a pattern with me working jobs that always ended in unsatisfaction so that’s when I decided it was time to make a change. I needed something to look forward to and stability for my daughter and future. It was time to put a plan into motion on how to make advancements towards my career in the business administration profession while taking into consideration the known facts of my passion for learning, wanting to leading a more successful life, and being a motivational leader for my daughter to follow.
Most children acquire to run around with other kids, play outside until it’s time to come in for the night or even to attend gym class with their classmates, but my childhood was restricted due to having leukemia and drew my attention to much more: a passion and an insatiable
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I’ve always lived by the famous Sir Francis quote “Knowledge is power!” (Wiki Quotes, 2015) Knowledge is what keeps me young and current in today’s society. My life would be incomplete if I didn’t continue upgrading my education, attending college, because it allows me achieve my goals, be the best I can be, as well as ensures a better life for my daughter. I will always contribute to my education as it is the best investment life has to offer. The strong dedication I have for a college education will only lead to a prosperous future in which I can look back on and see that I have achieved my ultimate goal of providing a foundation of a success future for my

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