Knowing what I know now about college, I would definitely encourage myself to figure out what particular field I would be looking to go in. Clarity on the direction that you want to go is extremily important as far as college is concerned. Many people get to college and take unnecessary courses that dont apply to the major that the student chooses to begin with, and end up waisting time. I would also tell myself to dwell amongst like minded people individuals for the support needed to maintain inspiration. I would often find myself hanging around people that didn't have the same goals as me which lead to a lot of procrastination. Overtime I've learned that people that are driven by purpose goals, other than just money motivated, usually are willing to work harder at something they love doing. I would also inform myself that nothing in life is easy and understanding that now also motivates me to stay strong when things get tough.
Well I wound't go back to my senior year. I'd rather go as far back as my freshman year in highschool. I was already doing well with myself in my senior year. During my freshman year is when I had trouble dealing with myself and my studies and it was hard for me until my late junior year. If I were to go back in time into my freshman year I would say, "Don't worry about what other people say. Don't worry what other people think of you. Focus on yoursef and your studies and life will be easier for you in the end. Don't worry about other people, worry about yourself."
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