3 Ways that I Follow my Dreams Everyday

After I registered for the Bridging Year course at Good Work Foundation’s Hazyview Digital Learning Campus (HDLC), I asked myself one question, and the answer to it was to determine my destiny as a student at HDLC. What do I want to achieve by studying? The answer to this question would come out of the three simple ways that I formulated to help me follow my dreams.

Focus

I need to focus on the outcome of this study process. I need to “see the peak of the mountain to remain motivated” (like Sibusiso Vilane said) and try my hardest at each attempt. I know how easy it is to be derailed, so I make sure that I always keep focus on the end goal of this whole process.

Self-motivation

I want to walk out of these premises with a certificate as well as extended knowledge and a structure to help me cope in the real world. Every morning when I wake up, I tell myself that it is a new day, with new opportunities and new ventures for me to explore and learn from. I make sure that I start the morning with a positive mind-set and end the day just as well.

Passion

I don’t think that there is ever a time where I would be doing something that I don’t love or enjoy. I find it easier to partake in things if there is passion involved. I recently joined the Media Academy at HDLC where I learned how to blog, and if I didn’t have passion for writing, it would not be possible for me to try my hardest.

I am a young person who has big ambitions and a hunger to study financial management. If these three steps get me through the Bridging Year course at GWF, then there is no reason for it not to help me study financial management.

Every morning when I wake up, I tell myself that it is a new day, with new opportunities and new ventures for me to explore and learn from.

Every morning when I wake up, I tell myself that it is a new day, with new opportunities and new ventures for me to explore and learn from.

Written by Treasure Manzini, a member of the GWF Media Academy.

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