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How did you make your dream possible in this hard world?

What steps did you take to achieve what you wanted?

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Godwin Têkovi’s Answer

Hi, Joshua. Indeed, it is hard to make your Dreams possible in this hard World. Those who are making it, probably have some secret about it. The first thing to do is to work out your mind. Programme your mind to SUCCESS. Have a Lion mindset, destined to make it in spite of the hard situations.
The next thing is to have the necessary pièces of information about your SUCCESS. Information is an essential tool for your progress in life.
Finally, you should love working hard, if you really want to make it.
Good Luck, Joshua!
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Sanja’s Answer

Hi Joshua! Being an immigrant, I have had my fair and share hardship to be where I am at now. You have to set your mindset to be positive and strive to better yourself in every aspect of life. I can say that big contributor in my success has been hard work. Proving my worth and surrounding myself with people that can be my mentors and learn something from. It has not been an easy path, but I can say with certainty is pretty close to what I had dreamed of before I moved to the United States.

Hard work, education, surrounding yourself with positive people and mentors is a good way to achieve what you want!
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Zoey’s Answer

Nothing is easy, especially school. When I was in high school I knew I wanted to work with animals so I started working as a kennel technician in a veterinary clinic. I also shadowed different veterinarians from different clinics to gain more experience and see what it would be like to actually be a veterinarian and see if it truly was meant to be. In the end I found that being a certified veterinary technician was more my style and felt that it had more hands on experience which is what I wanted. I went and toured all the different vet tech schools in my area and talked with a friend who is a veterinarian and she talked to me about the program that had the best statistics and highest success rate. So I applied, and I got in! Unfortunately I started my program in the middle of 2020 so my first few semesters were online. Despite it all I worked hard and the program was very hands on with tons of outside experience within clinics as well. I worked hard in high school and made lots of connections with my teachers who were a big part of me getting into CVT school. I went to a college to get my undergrad and after the first semester found it wasn't for me, so I dropped out. But because of my time at the university I got what was considered to be "pre requisites" done which also was apart of the application process. And like I mentioned earlier I shadowed veterinarians/CVTs in high school and worked in a veterinary clinic, another part of the application process. So there really wasn't too much I had to do for the application process since most was already complete on my behalf. But that doesn't include everything I went through while in school. Classes weren't easy and challenged me A LOT, physically and mentally. But I also enjoyed a lot of the content and loved getting to actually do what we were learning with my hands via labs and internships. I learn better that way ;) life is hard, school is hard, but if you work harder you'll get to your end goal. Never give up, push through and remain optimistic, I feel it's always worth it. Good luck!!
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