Goal setting




Ambitions and goals are necessary for people who plan their success. For me, I have lots of goals that I want to reach in life, but the most important thing is making my parents proud and happy. A smile on their faces will always be one of the top goals in my life. In this semester, year and in life in general I’ll list my goals and do all I can to achieve them.

As a short term goal, I want to learn and utilize all of the information that I obtain in my classes this year. I want to pass all of my classes with a grade of ‘B’ or above. As for my mid-range goal, I’d like to graduate and obtain my bachelor degree in Business Management from Woodbury University by summer of 2014. Following my graduation, I want to continue my education and receive a master’s degree in Corporate & Financial Law from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK, and I anticipate my graduation day to be in the summer of 2016.

After completing my education in 2016, I will be ready to take advantage of life’s opportunities. Though I would like to be a CEO or VP of a company one day, I’m aware that those ambitions are long term and that it will be decades before I can achieve that kind of success. I expect to start at the bottom and work my way up. I’d expect to get an internship at a firm or company once I finish school, and then eventually get hired within a year or less. I would obtain further knowledge about the company and how companies function in the U.S. I would then spend about five years or more at this particular company before I venture out, either to a different country or back to my home country. Once I have obtained enough experience in the U.S., I’d like to reach my goal of becoming a CEO at big company back in Saudi Arabia.




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Did you know?


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  • A typical adult has to walk briskly for 46 minutes to burn the calories in a 20-ounce soda.
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