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No matter how old or young one is it is never too late to start working toward an educational goal in becoming a college graduate Remember the dream within us sits waiting to spread forth and become a reality It is only the lack of belief in ourselves that stops us from achieving those things with the heart and it is only through our own understanding ability and perseverance that we see them become realities Until then they are little more than visions in a crystal ball with no chance of development Some would-be students believe it is too difficult to pursue a college degree believing they are not smart enough or personally powerful enough to see a degree through And no doubt it is no walk in the park but is and will be the most personally fulfilling and rewarding experience and personal achievement that life will bring second only to a beautiful long lasting marriage or having children to share ones life with The first step in achieving ones college goal is believing in yourself and making a commitment to yourself and education that no matter what the next few years bring in personal circumstance or situation that ones priority is achieving their college dream and nothing will stand in ones way in achieving them It is only the student with this most positive and certain attitude that will succeed Otherwise difficult circumstances and situations are sure to arise and without this attitude students are sure to follow a voice within them that says Its too difficult why not just quit And that will be the end of that But with a positive and certain goal the voice within will remind the student of the dream the band playing pomp and circumstance and the diploma in hand And the struggle will seem well worth it
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