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Published: Wednesday 6th of November 2013
I came to this world on a hot summer afternoon, when everything was melting away, in London. While I don’t remember a lot of things from my first years of life, my father claims I was a very inquisitive and talkative kid. I would pose many questions on a daily basis, even if I didn’t care about the responses. I assume my curious spirit is the reason for which I learned how to read when I was four.
Luckily, my curiosity kept increasing during my school years. I used to love biology and chemistry. My enthusiasm aided me in becoming proficient in those fields, which got me accepted into a great university. Nowadays, I study medicine, and I am quite happy about it.
I am confident that my years of study will help me lead a good life. My goal is to become an esteemed psychiatrist. I devote a lot of time to my studies, and during my spare time, I like to read books and watch movies that deal with aspects related to this field.
Naturally, I acknowledge the fact that my existence is not perfect. Everyone faces obstacles and difficulties. Seeing as my parents weren’t able to pay for my studies, covering my student fees has represented a significant obstacle. In addition to studying, I also need to hold a part-time job. I am quite happy when I get my wages and make plans regarding my available funds.
I have concluded that there are two primary prerequisites to a successful life. The first one is your willpower and your desire to be successful. Do you feel prepared to work hard to accomplish your target? Are you ready to get back on your feet after a fiasco and keep on pursuing your objectives? Unless you have a firm inner determination, you cannot possibly succeed.The help of others is just as significant. Having the motivation necessary to become successful doesn’t imply isolating yourself from those around you and pushing others away in an attempt to attain your target. Quite the opposite, to be successful means to acknowledge your flaws and to seek the help of the people close to you. For example, without the help of my family, I probably wouldn’t be a student nowadays. Would you regard the writer of this essay as a strong ruler such as Winston Churchill or Abraham Lincoln? To be honest, that would be far-fetched. He is apparently a fascinating and pleasant human being, but he hasn’t made any outstanding impact on humanity like others before him. However, can you draw a lesson from his autobiography? Without any doubt!