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Be Happy Essay, Research Paper ?Be Happy? When I was growing up I wanted to teach math. Looking back, I believe the decision was based totally on the fact my favorite teacher taught algebra. One may ask why I chose teaching at all. My environment as a child included the professions of farming, teaching, and preaching.

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?Be Happy?

When I was growing up I wanted to teach math. Looking back, I believe the decision was based totally on the fact my favorite teacher taught algebra. One may ask why I chose teaching at all. My environment as a child included the professions of farming, teaching, and preaching. After working on our farm for the first week of a long fifteen or so years, I knew I wanted nothing to do with farming. As far as I was concerned, preaching was for men. At least my surroundings told me it was. I wanted to be a math teacher, then I woke up, or so I thought. Actually, when I was in high school, I really enjoyed my accounting classes, mostly because I did well but partly because they interested me more than any of my other classes. By this point in time, I had ruled out becoming a teacher totally. I found out there were actually more professions from which I could choose. When I came to college and began my major in accounting I discovered that even though accounting was pretty easy to me, I definitely could not picture myself in this profession for a long period of time. Not much reflection was involved in these decisions. Understand these decisions were made before I had the privilege of taking any philosophy classes here at Georgetown College.

have chosen a career in business. Even farther back in the process, I have chosen to work. My initial thought as to why I choose employment is because it is necessary for survival in our society. However, I suppose one can live without being employed. There was an episode of 20/20 or Dateline which showed how some people do live without being employed. Somewhere along the line, I made the choice not to live the way I would have to if I did not have a job. I am aggravated because everything I have written thusfar seems very superficial.

I did not want to be an accountant but I still enjoyed the field of business. I desired some form of business that would include the use of my right brain as well as my left. I catalogued my interests and decided upon a broad career path in business communications. I think I would like to work in marketing and promotions or human resources but these choices are definitely not set in stone.

This last paragraph will probably sound very idealistic and ?corny?, but after much contemplation I have come to a conclusion. I like to work, to feel productive. I guess that is why I have had at least one job since I was sixteen-years-old. The only ideal, hope, or social value compelling me to employment is happiness. This concept is hard to grasp for me but I am pretty sure that my interest in business boils down to the need to be happy, as self-involved as it may sound. However, being in business gives me the opportunity to provide

services or goods for others as well. Of course, my goal in life and my career is business is to succeed. I would not make that claim, however, if I did not think

success would make me happy. I enjoy working in and studying business. I believe I will be happy in business and being happy is what I want for my life.

?Be Happy?

When I was growing up I wanted to teach math. Looking back, I believe the decision was based totally on the fact my favorite teacher taught algebra. One may ask why I chose teaching at all. My environment as a child included the professions of farming, teaching, and preaching. After working on our farm for the first week of a long fifteen or so years, I knew I wanted nothing to do with farming. As far as I was concerned, preaching was for men. At least my surroundings told me it was. I wanted to be a math teacher, then I woke up, or so I thought. Actually, when I was in high school, I really enjoyed my accounting classes, mostly because I did well but partly because they interested me more than any of my other classes. By this point in time, I had ruled out becoming a teacher totally. I found out there were actually more professions from which I could choose. When I came to college and began my major in accounting I discovered that even though accounting was pretty easy to me, I definitely could not picture myself in this profession for a long period of time. Not much reflection was involved in these decisions. Understand these decisions were made before I had the privilege of taking any philosophy classes here at Georgetown College.

have chosen a career in business. Even farther back in the process, I have chosen to work. My initial thought as to why I choose employment is because it is necessary for survival in our society. However, I suppose one can live without being employed. There was an episode of 20/20 or Dateline which showed how some people do live without being employed. Somewhere along the line, I made the choice not to live the way I would have to if I did not have a job. I am aggravated because everything I have written thusfar seems very superficial.

I did not want to be an accountant but I still enjoyed the field of business. I desired some form of business that would include the use of my right brain as well as my left. I catalogued my interests and decided upon a broad career path in business communications. I think I would like to work in marketing and promotions or human resources but these choices are definitely not set in stone.

This last paragraph will probably sound very idealistic and ?corny?, but after much contemplation I have come to a conclusion. I like to work, to feel productive. I guess that is why I have had at least one job since I was sixteen-years-old. The only ideal, hope, or social value compelling me to employment is happiness. This concept is hard to grasp for me but I am pretty sure that my interest in business boils down to the need to be happy, as self-involved as it may sound. However, being in business gives me the opportunity to provide

services or goods for others as well. Of course, my goal in life and my career is business is to succeed. I would not make that claim, however, if I did not think

success would make me happy. I enjoy working in and studying business. I believe I will be happy in business and being happy is what I want for my life.

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