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Unformatted text preview: ames, especially in the college setting. After
last semester Lesli’s passion for learning music took a dip. She changed her minor and decided
that just because music is on hold doesn’t mean it would be out of her life completely. “I want to
record my own songs and write more music and see where it takes me, but it is more of a hobby
than a career goal.”
Regardless of what your passion is, doesn’t always mean it fits into your real life plans.
Yes, Lesli wants to pursue her music career, but if by doing so makes her fall out of love with the
thing she loves most, is it worth it? Pushing yourself in a direction that is too challenging and
impractical is more damaging than pursing a career that is manageable and allowing your
creative outlet to be a side hobby. The key is to be able to balance a stable career and a dream.
That way you can aspire to be someone else and it will always be a motivation to improve
yourself. If you reach your goal to soon, what do you have to look forward to?
Finding happiness is an ongoing process. You must grow and find who you truly are in
order to reach euph...
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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.
- Spring '13