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BC: Thank you for taking time to review my dreams, in which i WILL accomplish. THE END...

FC: I have a Dream.... By: Nadirah Sims

1: Hairstylist (career) | In order for me to accomplish my dream of being a stylist i must graduate from high or obtain a GED, Must attend a trade school and earn a certified license in cosmetology, also must have training hours in my profession.

2: Being a hairstylist has its pros and cons when it comes to taking vacations. | My dream vacation would be a nice week in the Bahamas, with lovely weather nice beaches that have clean water, clean hotels with good food and with a group of my closest friends.

3: Housing When you have a stable income you are sure to be able to afford a place of your own. With being a hair stylist you are able to afford at least a nice 2 maybe three bedroom home on just your single income. y

4: Transportation | On the annual income i will be receiving. i will be able to afford a nice car. but in my situation i already have a car thats almost paid off. so down the line if i would wish to purchase a car it will be possible but for the first couple of years i work i may not be able to afford a new nice car.

5: In conclusion.... The steps it will take me to become successful *Finish high school *Get a college degree *Pass my state test *Obtain my cosmetology license *Find a stable job with good income *Manage my money properly *Run my very own hair salon *Take care of my family. *Last but not least......Have fun while trying to accomplish my dreams.

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