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If I could go back to Freshmen year, I don’t know if I would actually change that much. All the decisions I made helped me get to where I am now. If I would do anything I would go to class more often and study a little harder. Sleeping in is not worth bad grades!
The most important thing is to think about what your decisions could do to your future. This is not high school. No one is going to clean up after you besides yourself.
No one puts it better than How Do I Put this Gently?
Before I can tell you about my dream job, I need to take you all the way back. Up until high school I knew I was going to be a professional singer. I sang in every choir possible. I always did all of the duets, solos and honor choirs. Then one day I realized that the people who make it as singers and musicians are not just ok; they are great. And I was not great.
So in highschool I decided I wanted to write for magazines. I joined the newspaper. I wrote every fun feature story that I could get my hands on. Then in college I met a professor who changed that.
Most people tell the story about the professor who nurtured their dreams. My story is about the professor who made me realize I did not want to end up like him. Old and bitter about a failed career.
I did some research and every light bulb in the room went on when I discovered public relations. At this point I am new to it. I have done multiple internships, and I know I love the profession. However, I do not exactly where I want to (or will) end up.
Currently I am in my job/internship hunt. The rest is to be continued . . .