Steps on How to Solve your Problem

             Like most people I have problems, but like some of those people running away from the problem is not an option. Sometimes thinking of a solution thoroughly isn't always the first thing on my mind. Thinking back on my past problems I found that sometimes thinking of a solution thoroughly was the only thing on my mind.

             On September 18, 2000 I started to take a psychology course provided by the BMCC-College Now program. On Monday October 8, 2000 I went on a job interview at Citigate Dewe Rogerson. On Tuesday October 9, 2000 I was given the opportunity to play girls softball for my school. On Wednesday October 10, 2000 I got a phone call asking me when would be available to start at the prestigious company. My reply was right away. That's where the conflict began.

             I decided to set my priorities straight and categorize my options from most to least important. The job came first only because I really needed the money. Next came the college course because it's free and I've already invested my time into it. Finally came softball something I always wanted to do, but just never had the time. I narrowed it down to discontinue either softball or the college course.

             I then arranged every possible solution with every possible consequence. If I stop taking the college course then I'll get a full advantage of year round practice before the actual games begin. If I continue the college course I have the chance of going to college with a couple of credits.

             After some thought I discussed my dilema over with my cousin and he sort of shed some light on my situation. He reminded me that I was a senior and that this year should be one that I would want to remember for a long time. He told me that I would never get the opportunity to have another senior year in which I can play softball in highschool. .

             Eureka! Taking consideration to what my cousin said I decided to continue taking the college course meanwhile work part-time at Citigate Dewe Rogerson.

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