plan B - 1. What will happen if I did not achieve my goal?...

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1. What will happen if I did not achieve my goal? That one is easy. By not achieving my goal, I would have to resort back to whatever job I could get. Trying to better my career and employment status and getting out of the hard labor industry is the whole point of achieving my goal and getting my degree. I still have to provide an income for my family and put food on the table. Not only is my wife and I making huge sacrifices, but, our whole family is. Her parents are helping us both physically and financially. My mother has given a lot of support even though she lives in Seattle. My father has supported me and helped us out financially, as well. There would definitely be some disappointment. Besides, in the past when I was much younger and irresponsible, I had a tendency to not finish what I started. I really do not want my family saying “oh, it is just Chris being Chris”. This is probably the biggest goal that I have ever set for myself. If I went to college right out of high school, it
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2011 for the course FP 101 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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plan B - 1. What will happen if I did not achieve my goal?...

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