My Dream Job

Scholarship Entrant: Alyssa from New Iberia, Louisiana
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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The truth is everyone has the option to do what they love in life, but the twist is would they make a living. If money wouldn’t set limits on what I loved, I would listen to people’s stories. I am a listener, I like to know how people got to where they are, to know what made them who they are, and what affects their thought process in life. Everyone has a story and it is still being written with each breath they take. None are the same, but all collide with someone else’s. One can learn so much from a someone else’s views, it can change someone’s whole perspective on life because an aspect is being seen through another’s eyes. Listening brings me joy because everyone is different, and to be open-minded enough to hear them is truly amazing. My goal to doing what I love would be to travel the world and get to know as many people as possible and hear what they have to say. I think listening could change the world by making others feel important. To give someone that feeling could spark a new confidence in someone to do what they love. My ultimate goal is to start chain reaction for everyone to do what they love. This reaction would help the world to become a much better place where everyone feels significant, happy, and loved.

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