Life After Graduation
How Do You Define Success?
Sixty or seventy years from now, what will you wish you had done? If you truly want to be successful:
Make family your priority. When you start to have a family, make sure you place them at the top of your to-do list. The rewards of family last forever, because after you die your family will pass on the love you gave them.
Build a strong sense of community. Do not focus only on your family. Spend time with your neighbors, faith group, or fellow parents in the PTA.
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