What I love most

Scholarship Entrant: Brantlee from McKinney, Texas
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.
Vote for Brantlee: 369

In my ideal world, I will become successful in everything that I delve into. Trying and pursuing everything that fancies me, and earning enough money to use to make a difference in the lives of people and animals worldwide. I would love nothing more than to write novels, screenplays and direct films. I want to own a dog farm, build intricate tree houses for people, travel the world and document via photographs. I want to spread my earned wealth in the most selfless ways possible. I don’t want a big house, fancy cars, any of it; in fact I want a tree house myself, and a small mini traveling home-on-wheels. I want to lead a simple life, making a living doing what I love most, which is not limited to one thing or another, but rather everything I’ve taken a liking to, because in my opinion, life is way too short to only pursue one interest. In film and writing, which is what my focus is at school, I would love to gain name recognition so that I can speak on important global and local issues and be heard more easily than I could without it. My primary goal is to make a difference, a change, and open people’s (mainly the youth) eyes to the bigger picture, which today is commonly diluted by self absorption and technologies, and if I am able to do that, then I am doing what I love most.

Vote for Brantlee: 369

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