Preparing for One's Career

 

Who do you think is the most important person in your family? You are? In a sense, it is true. You like to talk about yourself, hear something nice about yourself and think about yourself. Even more, you enjoy dreaming about what you will do in the future when you graduate from high school, go to college, and finally, grow up. Your parents may even make a fuss about what you want to be and what you want to do in the future.

The process of growing up to adulthood brings you some uncertainties and you can't make up your mind on what you really want to be in the future. You can consult your parents so that they can guide you in making your choice of career in the future. Their experiences in life can help you make the right choice. Take advantage of the opportunity your parents are giving you - you are given the opportunity of good education where your talents can be developed and acquire the necessary skills and abilities for the work you have chosen. Through education values like honesty, dependability, promptness and desirable attitude towards work can be developed. These personality traits which you bring to your career will help determine your success.

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