I would like to start the speech with a quote by Mandy Hale, β€œTen years from now, make sure you chose your life, you did not settle for it,” she said.

But most teenagers dream of a future with luxury, popularity and success. But as time goes, dreams are replaced with practical goals, like finding a job after varsity. What I want in life is not just professional success and fun but it is what makes life seem more content from the outside.

I would like to choose a career that does not only pay well but also keeps my interest in it alive. I imagine myself working as a General Practitioner full time and trying to get into some socialisation. I surely want to own an apartment and a car within ten years, though I would encourage the use of public transport for better utilisation of energy. But it is necessary to have a personal car along with a house.

I honestly wish my relationship with family to be hale and hearty. In case I get married, I wish to be a very supportive and loving spouse. In ten years, I see myself healthier and more sensible than today. I also aspire to be a better human being within. I wish my power to strengthen and so will my wisdom.

In conclusion, in ten years to come I see myself as a dedicated professional, loving and a caring member of the family and a better human being. A good citizen that values simple things of happiness in life, these must be my qualities by the end of the next decade.

β€œIf people are doubting how far you can go, go so far that you can’t them anymore.”
– Michele Ruiz


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