My Dream Job
According to American author, Suzy Kassem, “A heart without dreams is like a bird without feathers.” I like this principle because I believe that a person needs dreams to gain a sense of purpose in life. When I wake up in the morning, I usually feel excited because I have a set of goals to accomplish. It is all because I can keep my dreams in mind. This paper will discuss my dream job. It will serve as a motivator that will help me achieve success. It will also hopefully inspire others that may have similar dreams.
My dream job is a cardiologist. When I was younger I wanted to be an astronaut but I realized that I am more passionate about health. I have a personal experience which inspired me to think more about health. My grandmother died from Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). She used to experience several chest pains, breathing problems, and nausea which prevented her from fully enjoying life. I loved her when she did not feel sick because she would tell me a lot of stories. When she passed away I was determined to help people with heart diseases. I wanted the other grandparents to suffer less from CAD and the other health problems they face.
As my concern grew for health issues in my home and community, I researched about heart diseases. Millions of Americans suffer from them. It is one of the top common diseases in the country. This alarming fact told me that becoming a cardiologist is very purposeful. The respect and financial stability a cardiologist can gain are only additional benefits to this dream job.
Doctors are also scientists and discoverers like astronauts. They do deep research and experiment to create medicines. They attend seminars and work all the time. I find these tasks exciting and challenging. I believe that when I become a cardiologist I would enjoy these tasks and may not think that my job is a huge responsibility.
I plan to keep studying hard and practice researching. I plan to be active in school and participate in programs that support the Health sector. I hope to volunteer for health centers in my community. With these plans, I hope that step by step I can be successful in achieving my dream job.
I know that getting the best medical education can be financially hard. I plan to get a job while studying to meet my needs. I have family responsibilities to face too. I will prioritize time management and take do my daily tasks with quality. When I face frustrations and failures, I can look for support from my family and friends. I can also review this paper as a reminder of my aspirations.
I believe my dream job is more than gaining a position or a financial stabilizer. My dream job is truly to help others deal and overcome their pain. Furthermore, it is about helping them enjoy life with their full potential health. I know I must put effort in my plans to realize my dream. I can find comfort in those that support me and knowing the possibility of success. I can also always recall the inspiration of my grandmother. Therefore, I must keep the words of Kaseem in mind to remember that my dream gives me purpose. I can never be the person I strive to be without my good dream. Believing in myself is the key to true achievement.
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