Personal Goals I - Adrienne Fenton Section 5 Paul Adit...

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Adrienne Fenton Section 5 Paul Adit There are many things that I want to accomplish and goals that I wish to reach in life, some short-term and some long. As far as my long-term goals; I would like to have a balanced, yet successful life. Teaching at a middle school and impacting the minds of young children has been a goal of mine for a while, however I would also like to own a business. Teaching is important to me because I want to influence the lives of inner city kids. Understanding that the salary of a teacher is not much, owning a business is important to me because I wish to have some other source of income. With my personal life, I wish to have an interactive family be age thirty-five. Family is important to me period, so by having my own I will be more than satisfied. I want to show my family that they are important too. By taking time out of my busy schedule to spend with them, I believe I can show them that. Nannies and babysitters are what I don’t want in my life. I want to raise my children myself, while providing for them. For my short-term goals, I wish to graduate Michigan State University with honors, my teaching degree, and a study abroad opportunity. I believe these will help me open my business, become an affective teacher, and become well rounded in general. College prepares you for life, the real world, so Michigan will help prepare me for the
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Donohue during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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