By NyishaHv
1 years ago

What's your dream?

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So a lot of people are saying it'll be complicated to study Law and beauty therapy, and my parents have also said this. Nevertheless I think it will be a positive experience for me, as the diploma will be internationally recognised which will give me lots of opportunists, stylists and makeup artists are always on high demand especially in high-street salons. The training is only for 9 months, and hopefully perhaps twice a week. With regard to university I have been considering my first modules and yes they will be challenging, but I would rather do the best that I can do in both subjects and just see what happens. I applied for like 14 jobs and got one job response for the beauty therapy apprenticeship, I think this is a chance that I should take. My dad always used to say to me 'Life is one long road with lots of signs', and I keep wondering if I am meant to be a freelance make-up artist and a paralegal lol strange I know....everyone has dreams but, I just for once would like to push myself and see results I can truly be proud of.

Amal Clooney is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers, specialising in international law and human rights. Her clients include Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, in his fight against extradition. Below is a picture of her, proof you can have brains and beauty!! She is also multi-faceted an activist and very wealthy such an inspiration. From a very young age I've always been fascinated with the routes that barristers take, which a total of 7 years of training or more, the most experience barristers can earn up to 40,000£ a year. Obviously, this would differ if you were just starting out. But is all the years of studying worth-it, with the result of being in a very prestigious, reputable job? I think yes. I never was exactly sure if I can handle what my study of LLB (Latin for law) would entail. Academically, to make it to a 'barrister' vocation, you will need to complete an undergraduate degree in law (LLB). You will then apply to the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) which takes a year full-time to complete or 2 years part time. Entry to the Bar is exceptionally competitive so you’ll need at least a 2.i in your undergraduate degree (if not better) to be considered; scary.

I mean a lot of people have been saying to me that it is going to be a lot to handle, and 'a lot of reading', So I think how hard can it be. If i can use transitional phrases, to illustrate that I know how to write, therefore, could it give me extra marks. Moreover, if I was to be comprehensive, to read as widely as possible, would this give me so much more of an advantage? And lastly if I had passion, if I lived and breathed my education, would I one day be successful? I wont know until I try, even if I fail, 'failure is the indication to do things a second time, but more intelligently'. For years I have been judged on my intelligence and capabilities at school. I was even told by my teacher that I think I am good at a subject and I am not; evidently, I was able to prove her wrong and myself. Yet, I have always been modest, spiritual. Life is short, God blessed me with so many talents, he blessed me with so many set-backs which enabled me to become the best person that I can be. I don't want to die as though I have never lived. I intend to live life to the full, be a philanthropist, help others, make others laugh, smile, love more. My dream is to change the world...but is it possible?

Whats your dream?

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NyishaHv @TammyWhite I would love to! Haven't been on holiday in about 6 years now, could definitely do with a break :]
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NyishaHv Thankyou very much @soncee
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