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The Goal Achiever Summit by Bob Proctor reviews & free download (legal PDF files & videos). I don’t know what the future holds, and ever since my life has made a couple unexpected turns, I’ve felt like my vision board got hit with a tornado. These past few months have taught me some pretty big lessons, if you ask me. Always have a backup plan, always prepare for the worse, but still- expect the best for yourself. I know I’ve said in previous entries that I’ve been trying this new thing where I live in the present, not dwell in the past, and don’t think too far ahead of the future. But lately I’ve been asking myself, “What is it that I want to accomplish in life before I die?” I don’t know when my time will pass, but hypothetically if I were to die at an old age, I would at least want to have accomplished these tasks:I want to graduate from college. As cliché as it sounds, I want my degree. I know to some people that sounds unnecessary, but to me it’s something I’ve always wanted. And I know this is something I want because no matter how many times I’ve failed a class, I just keep going. I don’t give up. If I didn’t want this, I would have dropped out of college by now. Trust me. I truly do want to become a dietitian. It sometimes irritates me how much people don’t know what a dietitian actually does for people, and how they have this stereotypical idea of what it is. 96% of the time, what they think dietitians do, is not actually what they do. I chose this major and fell in love with it as time progressed. I realized how much the health of a human being could be important. Not only to them, but to their loved ones. Volunteering at the hospital and seeing lonely patients, patients with problems, and patients who are stubborn because nobody even tries to cooperate or educate them about what is going on- it saddens me. My goal as a dietitian is to be able to educate everyone what the problem is in a way they will understand, is to help work with their preferences, and to listen to what they have to say rather than giving orders. As a patient, I know how frustrating it is when “the doctor just said to”. I’ve strongly believe that if a patient understood what was happening, it’d be easier for them to even consider cooperation. I can help prevent the problem from happening rather than having to watch someone struggle with it. Of course, there are times where dietitians help with current issues as well. That’s what we do. We help. I also want to work on finding ways for people to eat their favorite food in a way it isn’t empty calories, in a way that it is easy to prepare, and in a way where it will also be affordable. I want to be able to help everyone in any way I possibly can. And since everyone is in this “fit life” phase now, maybe choosing this path was just meant to be. I’ve learned so much in this field and I never want to leave or exchange it for another major. This is what I want to do, and I’m going to go for it. Most likely after I get my RDN licensure, I’ll want to get my CDE (certified diabetes educator) as well. Maybe even specialize in other fields. But we’ll see where clinicals will lead me.