17 Month Year
Where I would like to be in Six Years and How I intend getting there
Where I would like to be in six years from now, and how I intend on getting there, is probably one of the the most challenging questions that I have ever had to answer. If you had asked me the same question ten years ago, my answer might have been: “I would have loved to receive a letter from Hogwarts.” This stems from seeing the Harry Potter movie. Ever since I saw the movie as a youngster, I thought of that as my ultimate goal in life. However, this was just a fathom of my imagination. The movie did show me that English is a universal language. Therefore, as a first priority I have set my goals to learn English over the next six years. This means that within, six years I hope to be completely fluent in English. English is important for me to reach my goals as a graduate, and as a multi-lingual business owner, which is my ultimate goal right now. My goals would include getting an MBA after I have graduated from college in order for me to run an efficient business. The fist tier of my six year plan is the learning of English as a first priority. During the secondary phase, I would like to obtain my degree. The map for my six year plan is to study hard , learn the language as best I can, and to complete all aspects of the learning process to make a success of my time in the USA. I have ensured that I make the course choices in such a way that I could learn English as best I can as I continue with my studies. That means that, even though English is a part of my course layout, I do need to write excellent essays for my other subjects as well. This would also serve as valuable exercises to reach my goal. The major point here is that, within six years, I want to be fluent in English. This means that it is going to take hard work, and long hours of studying to improve my situation, as English is a foreign language to me. However, I believe that opportunities come to hard workers and I am going to try my utmost to be one of them. Thus far, I have been able to integrate the learning of English very well into my daily life as a student. As Pozen said: “There was no grand plan; I stepped into my career one step at a time” (Pozen N.p).
Pozen, Robert C. “A Better Way to Plan Your Career.” Harvard Business Review. N.p., 29 Nov. 2012. Web. 23 Jan. 2016. <https://hbr.org/2012/11/a-better-way-to-plan-your-care/>