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Robert Frosts famous poem The Road Not Taken advises to take the road less traveled and that will make all the difference I have discovered that life complicated and beautiful parallels this statement With signs often reading Yield Do Not Enter or even Stop the path has not always been clear Consequently I have kept my eyes open focused on the road ahead and forged onward The experience has made all the difference After graduating from my University in December 2000 I moved back home a 21-year-old 54 blond hair blue-eyed woman with NO FULL-TIME JOB I was terrified Soon I began working at a temp-agency and interviewing for jobs in various fields while also working three part-time jobs at night and on the weekends Finally one day it happened State Assemblyman called me for an interview and offered me the job of Director of Constituent Relations I accepted the position which began my path down a road not taken While I developed both personally and academically I began questioning my undergraduate ambition of attending law school and realized I had hit a fork in the road I came to see that this pursuit was not the road I should travel At this point a new door opened one filled with opportunities and I began contemplating the field of business in the Marketing arena After making this life altering decision the question at the forefront of my mind was How do I achieve this goal In order to achieve this goal I had to take a road that taught me some major life lessons The first and ultimately most beneficial is the importance of forgiving me Always my worst critic I would berate myself for weeks whenever I failed However I have been fortunate enough to learn that mistakes are a part of life and allow us the opportunity to grow My employer has a sign hanging in his office In bold letters it reads
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