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The American Dream
Transcript of The American Dream
The Obstacles I May Face..
How I Plan To Overcome My Obstacles
The Quote To Live By
The American Dream
“No matter what, remember to smile, laugh, and love.” This quote is important to me because it’s something everyone, including me need to learn. I need to stop taking things so seriously and learn to smile no matter how hard life gets, even if I feel like the world is against me. Laugh and smile at the funny and crazy things, and love whoever comes my way.
I plan to practice as hard as possible and ignore any of the terrible things thrown my way. I’ll learn to not things too hard and not to give up no matter how hard things get. I need to learn that no matter what things will straighten itself out, don’t give in. I also need to learn not to drown myself in work and stress though, it isn’t healthy for anyone - mentally and physically. Take some time to myself or go out and have fun with some friends, don’t think about things too much in the long run because everything will be okay, no matter how bad things may seem or look.
A huge obstacle I may face is the struggle of being recognized by a producer or anyone who can get me in contact with one. It may be hard to grow a fan base as well with how many people are competing to be the next big name in the music industry as well. Another obstacle may be that a lot of people say fame changes people, I truly hope I’m not one who gets changed for the worse in life if I happen to make a name for myself.
My goals after high school is to move to New York and finish my goal of starting a music career and finding someone I truly love. Maybe possibly starting a small family by then.
To me the American dream means to be able to do whatever you want to do, without letting anyone tell you otherwise. Being able to follow and complete all the dreams you have without anybody stopping you from your goal. The only limit you have is your imagination.
What The American Dream Means To Me
After 10 years I hope to have made a name for myself by then and possibly be married, living happily and content. Hopefully, not struggling to pay for our basic things and possibly on the way to owning a house.
Ten Years From Now