UAHA Decision Making - the engineering school. It was a...

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The process of choosing one course of action over another is commonly known as decision making, and people make choices on a daily basis whether it’s consciously or unconsciously. Whether it be the right choice or not, only time can tell. Something I have learned over the years is that people always have a choice. Sometimes it’s not the easiest, most gratifying, or even most liked decision but they always have a choice, so no one can ever say “I didn’t have any other choice.” An example I can think of, is the decision I made to come here to the U of A. I had been accepted to one of the top schools for engineering, and I was receiving a substantial amount of money to attend that school. I had also been accepted to the UA and was being recruited by the soccer team. My family and everyone around me was telling me to go to
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Unformatted text preview: the engineering school. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity. The only problem was that ever since I started playing soccer, my dream was to play for a Pac-10 university. UA doesnt have the greatest reputation when it comes to soccer, nor does it rank nearly as high as the engineering school, but I felt that the U of A was perfect match for me. Its close to home, my brothers already live here, and I could be accomplishing one of my childhood dreams. Coming to the U of A wasnt any easy decision, because it meant I was going to have to work harder to get my schooling paid for and people will always be questioning my choice. As far as making the correct decision, I cant know yet, only time can tell....
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2010 for the course UAHA 197 taught by Professor Mills during the Spring '10 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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