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People define success in copious ways For some people it could be about money and power For others it could be getting married and starting a family It all depends on the type of person someone is To achieve success there must be goals whether they are small or big Goals are the stepping-stones to getting anywhere in life They lead to a lifelong adventure of succeeding and sometimes even failingFor me success is an extremely important goal of mine I will not settle for a career that is not going to give me any kind of satisfaction My career needs to be something I truly care about I am not set on an exact career choice but I know I want to be able to help people Being able to bring happiness to other people has always been something I have strived for If no one is happy the world is a very bleak place No matter what the job my goal is to get to the highest level of placement there isAs mentioned above making others happy is important to me A way I would like to give back to the community is finding a way to help kids that are less fortunate than me I would love to someday be able to open a center where children eighteen and younger could come and hangout They could get help with academics make new friends and most importantly have a space to let loose Sometimes all a kid needs is a place where he or she can relax and not have to worry about the aspects of life that stress him or her out Overall that can make a huge difference in a community Within communities there can be several different types of families A persons family and background can help shape him or her as a person My family has had a strong impact on shaping me into the person I am today
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