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  1. Ten years fron now

    What? How? When? Ten Years? It always amazed me to see that I constantly change my answer to the question of where do I see myself in ten years. I will be in the mid thirties in ten years from now, and by then I will probably be more grounded. As always, my answer is depended on whom I hang out with at...

  2. Where do you see yourself with your career in 5 years

    Where do you see yourself with your career in 5 years? Jiawei Li Room 515 9:00 A.M. – 10:30 A.M. Tuesday & Thursday jiaweili@asa.edu Major: Business CIS100-M05: Fundamentals of Computer Technology Prof. Konstadinos Alevriadis kalevriadis@asa.edu ...

  3. 10 Years from Now

    Who Am I in Ten Years May 23, 2013 I will be a graduate at Corona del sol high school. I see myself as athletic, honest and a very caring person. Sophomore and junior year I was involved with Corona, I was a cheerleader and part of the dance company. I’ve met a ton of friends throughout my high school...

  4. Where Do I See Myself

    Where do i see my self in the future? This is an often asked question, where do i see myself being in six months, one year or even ten years. This was asked of me and i intend to answer. Starting at six months moving into one year and further down the road of life. Thinking onward to my own future...

  5. How Do I See Myself Ten Years Later Essay

    How do I see myself ten years later The way I see myself ten years ahead of now is not something I often ponder about. To be honest, it scares me a little to know that in one short decade I will be thirty years old, and that my years of youth will be coming to an end. One thing I am certain of, is...

  6. Where I See Myself in Ten Years

    we take. Now, this wouldn’t be much of an essay if I said I haven’t imagined my future. So, as I step out into the world, where do I see myself in ten years, as a twenty-eight-year-old? Honestly, I have no idea! Instead of thinking of where I would like to be in ten years, I thought of what I would like...

  7. Me, Myself, and I

    Me, Myself and I Michael Branum PYS 202 Dr. Lunceford January 24, 2011 I. What was my family like? a. Oldest child of two b. Very strict mom c. Parents were still married until my moms death II. What do I remember about my childhood? a. Church on Sundays ...

  8. Ten Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Affect Our Lives

    Ten ways Artificial Intelligence will affect our lives 10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Affect Our Lives. I chose my title and my ten A.I.’s from discovery.com. I have read around 100 articles for this project and before I started I did not think A.I.’s existed yet. I was surprised to...

  9. The Love I Can't See

    As I looked in the mirror I looked the same as yesterday. My skin was still pale, with freckles that aligned my cheek bones, my short brown hair aligned my face. Except I wasn’t the same because he walked into my life… again. It was so sudden his leaving. One day we were having a romantic picnic at...

  10. Why I should get accepted

    My father was a part of my life long enough to have a child with my mother, and 16 years later, that still remains the lone role he plays in my life. He may as well have been an anonymous donor. My “dad” does not live up to his duties as a father. In keeping with tradition of uninvolved fathers, my...

  11. Lessons I'Ve Learned from Horror Movies

    Lessons I've Learned from Horror Movies I am a movie buff and love pretty much any genre. However my favorite would be horror movies. Now I admit in order to watch most of them it has to be the middle of the afternoon, all my doors and windows have to be locked, and all the lights in the house have...

  12. Me in 20 years

    My life in twenty years Though this period of twenty years is negligibly small on the evolutionary time scale, it is, when considered in terms of man's span of life, a considerably long period. My friends frown upon my pessimistic attitude so I shall be optimistic when I think of what life has...

  13. I Am Independent

    Republican, Democrat… Independent I may not have been born a Republican but my situation might as well have decided for me from the moment my mom found out she was pregnant. My father is strictly Democrat yet I have never once known who he was going or even had voted for and for that matter, what...

  14. Holden 10 Years Later

    Holden, Ten Years Later "Allieeeee, Allieeeee, please, don’t go, come back to me, don’t go, I’ll play with you, I promise, pleaseeeeee". I guess it’s another one of those nights. When are these goddam nightmares going to stop? I dream about Allie about twice a week and I have no idea why. It’s basically...

  15. I Hate My Job

    they hate so much. Well for me I go to a job everyday that I hate. Working at Autozone has been the worst experience for me. I have to do my work and others work too, I have to work on the weekends, and last my co-workers are always in my personal business. When I first started working at Autozone...

  16. hey. i was great.

    the Year 2012. ® Copyright © 2012 by American Girl. All rights reserved. All American Girl marks and McKenna™ are trademarks of American Girl. McKenna: Girl of the Year 2012 Dear Educator, American Girl is pleased to introduce you and your students to McKenna, the 2012 Girl of the Year. McKenna ...

  17. Prides Comes from the Most Unlikely of Places

    Ryan Redler English 15 2/23/06 Essay #2 Rhetorical Analysis Pride Comes From the Most Unlikely of Places On September 11th, 2001, our nation experienced nothing like it ever had before. Two planes were deliberately crashed into the Twin Towers in New York City, one into the Pentagon in...

  18. Sample Reflection Paper from Reading Articles

    (March 23, 2013) While reading the article, I feel that my eyes seem to drop a tear. I realized that if all students were as open minded as them, teaching will be one of the greatest gifts for all. The article also lead me to think back when I were in grade and high school. Other says that they...

  19. Ten Years

    Who am I Ten years from now? Where do i see my self in the future? This is an often asked question, where do i see myself being in six months, one year or even ten years. This was asked of me and i intend to answer. Starting at six months moving into one year and further down the road of life. Thinking...

  20. Imagine I Am a Beggar

    I am 11 years old now. I am one of the child beggars on this street. I have been a beggar for 3years. One of my dreams is that I will not be a beggar anymore after my 12th birthday. It is because when I am 12 years old, I can be a child labor and earn money for my family and schooling fees instead of...

  21. Who am I?

    I scanned a few of the most recent answers. They were really depressing, mostly about wanting to share their life with someone, get married, have kids, a big house, a good job…the perfect life. The word-perfect came up numerous times. There are a lot of lonely people out there. A lot of people whose...

  22. Life Before to Life Now

    Head: Life Before To Life Now Life Before To Life Now Michelle Porter PSY 202 November 8, 2010 LIFE Life Before To Life Now As I continue to reevaluate my life and all that I had dreamed and hoped for myself when I reach my mid thirties, I did not think I would be still in school...

  23. If I Could Turn Back Time

    MY FUTURE PLANS When I was sixteen, there was one spring morning in my life that totally changed my vision of the future. That morning was devoted to a school outing to an experimental solar power plant in Nebraska. Suddenly, something, which was supposed to be a bit of scientific bore, became a turning...

  24. Outline the Changes in Midwifery Care During the Past Ten Years

    Outline the changes in midwifery care during the past ten years. A radical and unexpected report, The Winterton Report (1991), found that many women were dissatisfied with the maternity services offered by the NHS in the UK. This was the first time the government had conducted a report looking at...

  25. My Style, Why I Paint This Way

    why do I paint this way? The aim of this essay is to provide the reader with a greater and more informed understanding of WHY I paint the way I do. Let me introduce myself to you, my name is kurina – Andrew Gall – ‘kurina’ is my attained tribal name, I am a palawa man from lutruwita (now known as...

  26. Two Years Are Better Than Four

    From the article, “ Two Years Are Better Than Four”, Liz Addison believes “ The community college system to be one of America’s uniquely great institutions” (3). Her idea of what the purpose of college is to obtain education through a community college, which will then open up possibilities for your...

  27. Fiction Writing in Senior Year

    senior year, the most meaningful year for everyone. As the school {text:change-start} year {text:change-end} was progressing everyone was always constantly busy with the decision making process. It was time to decide what college to go to and this decision seemed to be the hardest decision I would ever...

  28. How I Envision Myself Five Years From Now:An Autobiography

    “My Autobiography and How I Envision Myself Five Years From Now”. It is true what they say: “Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterward”. This saying has been more evident in my life in the last 13 years. I got pregnant at 16, gave birth to my son at 17,...

  29. Where Do I see myself in 10 years?

    10th, 2014 Where do I see myself in 10 years? I’m often asked the question: “What do you want to do in college?” or “What do you want to do after college?” and these often weary questions always lead back to the one question that I truly struggle with: Where do I see myself in the future? I've...

  30. I don't have one

    said,"It does not belong to me. I have said I am just the caretaker of it because on Feb. 23, 1945 two Marines gave their lives protecting mine. So when I wear this medal I don't wear it for what I did. I was only doing that which the Marine Corps trained me to do. I wear it in their honor because they...

  31. From Exile to Restoration and a Detour Along the Way

    From Exile to Restoration & a Detour Along the Way[1] Good Friday Reflections on Mark 8.31 – 9.1: How the Exile of One Man brought Restoration for All By Rob Stegmann Eugene Peterson defines exile as being in a place we don’t want to be. He writes: We are separated from home. We are not permitted...

  32. Take Me Back Where I Belong

    Christopher Bishop Mrs. Gatfield American Literature 1 October 2013 "Take Me Back Where I Belong" I have had at least ten near-death experiences...all of them from being in Boston. Each drive in downtown Boston turns into a mosh-pit of cars with some j-walking pedestrians sprinkled in between...

  33. The day I met God

    The Day I Met God Eleven years ago, when I was thirty two years old, I put a needle in my arm for the first time. At that time in my life, I felt like I could not live and I could not die. My life, as I knew it, had fallen apart. I lost my job, my home, and my husband. My oldest son was diagnosed with...

  34. Hw1 from Investment

    your fund. Now your boss wants you to have a higher return, what will you tell your boss? 3. Corporate Governance. Briefly discuss the agency problem (refer to section 1.3). 4. Municipal Bonds. Suppose the annual yield on a 10-year Municipal bond is 3.20% while the annual yield on a 10-year Treasury...

  35. Why I Joined Commercial Aircraft Pilot Course

    Pilot Why did I sign up for this class and what are my expectations of the class? Why would I ever want to learn how to fly an airplane? When I was younger I would always tell my Dad that I was going to be a pilot. It has been my dream since I first saw a plane; now in this class I can do just that...

  36. Me Finding Myself

    When people see her they think “Wow, that guy is hot.” It’s not until they talk to her that they realize that she’s a girl. A 17 year old lesbian. She is really funny and nice and listens to me a lot. She is heading toward becoming a Pro-Snowboarder so she is a very dedicated person. And I know when she...

  37. When I gained something precious

    When I gained something precious There are so many wonderful things that I have gained that are precious to me. These would consist of having two beautiful daughters, buying my first car and buying my first home just to name a few. The most important one out everything that I gained was a love...

  38. Who the Hell Am I

    Who The Hell Am I Youngtae An. Yes, that is my name and that is what identifies me. Let’s first start with the meaning of my name. My grandfather gave me this name when I was born. In Korean, Youngtae means the brightest stone. He wanted me to accomplish magnificent achievements and become bright as...

  39. Who I Admire Most

    Who I Admire Most When you hear the word, ‘Mom’, do you think of your own? The woman who had you in her belly, and then raised you to be the person you are today? That’s who I think of. My Mother is __________ but everyone calls her _____ She was born in _________. I admire ...

  40. personality i admire most

    My Mother, the Person I Admire the Most We value and admire some people such as parents, teachers, friends, professors and movie stars who influence our life for their special characteristics. For me, my mom is the person I admire most. In every aspect of my life she played an important role not only...

  41. 10 years from now

    10 Years From Now I don’t like thinking too much about the future, I’ve always been one to worry. Despite all the what-ifs that go through my head on the daily, I try to remember that there are certain things that I can control and many things that I can’t. I am learning how to focus on those things...

  42. Who I Really Am

    Who Am I? Am I the five-foot-nine woman who makes every path a catwalk? Am I the average Filipina with the perfect tan and warm smile? Am I the New Yorker in pairs of Prada carrying Louis Vuitton and sparkles with Tiffany Diamonds? Am I the queen of rock 'n' roll driving down Hollywood boulevard...

  43. This Is What I Call Bestfriends But More Like Long Lost Sisters!

    This Is What I Call Bestfriends But More Like Long Lost Sisters! It all began the first day, when all the new primary sevens who were becoming the new S1 pupils at Lornshill Academy had to do a trasition day to see their new school also to meet there new teachers and the new pupils who we'd call friends...

  44. Life, as I Know It

    Life, As I Know It Denes Juhasz PSY 202 Michael Bevis April, 08, 2008 Life, As I Know It Life, as I know it, does not have a standard adult development theory that could, with certain unity, be applied to every individual. However, throughout my life I have come to certain realizations...

  45. Why I Chose to Be an Engineer

    Why I chose to be an Engineer I am in College to help improve my ability to support my family. Straight out of high school I went into the Navy, but ended up getting a medical discharge after a short time. Ever since then I have been in the construction industry for close to twenty years now, for...

  46. What is so important about a College Education?

    a goal I established long ago, fulfill my career plans to become a teacher, and provide stability for myself now and in the future. Being from a large family I established a goal long ago to be my parent’s first child to earn a college degree. Graduating high school nearly five years ago I always...

  47. Steve Jobs, the Ceo Who Got Fired from His First Job

    CEO who got fired from his first job Talk of computers the first thing that strikes anyone today is 'Apple'. Know the success story of the brain behind this massive player. * Print * Email * * * by Team Careers 360 - 7 hours ago Inspiring excerpts from the commencement speech...

  48. Life in 10 Years

    My Life in 10 Years I always wanted to see what will be my life in the future, what will be my career and what will I become? As I reflected my childhood I have many dreams and aspirations that I would like to accomplish within the next ten years to come. In ten years, I can see myself having many...

  49. Personal Experience: a Busy Year

    2010 A Busy Year There are two things that I have always wanted in my life for as long as I can remember, becoming a mother and having a license to work in the medical field. I just never, in my wildest dreams, thought that these two things would collide with each other. As I look over...

  50. Ten Minute Left

    Ten minute left” The thunderous sound of the invigilator could be heard all over the hall to announce the time left. I was doing my last paragraph of my thousand word of essay to select which English will I be talking for my next two years. “Done!” shouted in my heart and that was the last...

  51. Why I Know I Will Succeed

    One morning I realized that I had to do something for myself. At age seventeen and a recent graduate of high school I found myself searching for answers and wondering why I was not heading in the direction I had always wanted. While most of my friends had headed off to college, I graduated to a full...

  52. How I Do Things

    Phscology of how i do thing is very wierd. If i do them then i do them for either of two reasons.The first one being that im am driven to. This is probally the biggest one for me because i am soley self drivven and i do things for a signifigant self goal.this helps me because i dont necicarily need...

  53. why i am not a christian

    Why I Am Not A Christian by Bertrand Russell Introductory note: Russell delivered this lecture on March 6, 1927 to the National Secular Society, South London Branch, at Battersea Town Hall. Published in pamphlet form in that same year, the essay subsequently achieved new fame with Paul Edwards'...

  54. The Average Freshmen Year.

    bathrooms, running back and forth from dorm to dorm saying high to each and every oblivious RA as we grew more and more desperately intoxicated. That night was to be nothing special of course. Simply movie watching, music jamming, video game playing drunkenness as I sat lonesome at the desk scribbling...

  55. Who am I Ten Years from now?

    “Who am I ten years from now?” What will I become ten years from now? It took me hours thinking about it, though with the course I’m taking right now, it is pretty obvious. No one can predict his/her own future and no one can exactly tell what will be our life 10 years from now. There’s a possibility...

  56. Where do I see myself in 5 to 10 years

    Where Do I see myself in Five to Ten Years? This question I struggle with, thinking of the future and where I see myself is hard. Five years can easily go by fast, but on paper it was a challenge. Talking about the present is much easier to elaborate. You never really know the outcome. Setting new...

  57. Where I See Myself in 10 Years

    Ten years ago I was only seven years old, or young I should say. That seems like suck a long time ago. I think of all the things that happened in my life in that huge gap of time. How much I’ve grown, learned, and accomplished. Those were my character building years. Now- a- days, I grow curiouser and...

  58. Do I Affect You

    Justin McDowell Brock-Cancellieri English 101 14 March 2001 Do I Affect You? It is amazing how people never seem to realize the affect that they have on one another. Every day, there is a mother who abandons her child, a father who neglects his family, and siblings that disdain one another...

  59. Why I Decided to Further My Education

    help me understand the requirements to start and maintain operation of a company from a business aspect. With the courses offered in the MBA program I can learn new methods and also refresh on old methods learned while I completed my bachelor’s program. Supporters of the MBA program argue that degrees...

  60. Discovering Myself in "To Be Young, Gifted & Black"

    Discovering Myself In “To Be Young, Gifted and Black” by Gabrielle David ". . . the only books that influence us are those for which we are ready, and which have gone a little farther down our particular path than we have yet got ourselves." ' E. M. Forster (1879-1970), Two Cheers for Democracy...