Let happiness be a process not an ultimate goal

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Unformatted text preview: an’t be fooled into striving to reach our unrealistic goals no matter what it takes, because in all honesty how many adults actually reach that dream? Very few, and those lucky ones didn’t do it with ease and purely following their passion. Lesli has a very realistic view that still holds optimism and opportunity. Let happiness be a process, not an ultimate goal. McQueen 11 McQueen 12 Authors Notes After Reading my first draft outloud, I noticed that my group was looking at me like “now what?” I tried to explain my purpose, when I realized that they should be able to figure out what my purpose is without me trying to explain it. It was like trying to explain a bad joke. I was just digging a deeper hole for myself. So when I went back to my room I realized that my purpose wasn’t really strong. Lesli’s story isn’t “perserverance will help you reach your goals of being a famous musician.” She had a deeper story that takes more time to read into. So I needed to change my purpose, make it more relatable for all...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course COMP 0000 taught by Professor Dirickson during the Spring '13 term at TCU.

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