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Steps to Building My Destiny From the essay "The Professor Is a Dropout" written by Beth Johnson, she explains a inspirational life story made by Guadalupe Quintanilla who became an architect of her own destiny. Guadalupe Quintanilla, a primary grade dropout, labeled retarded having a seemingly reduced IQ overcame extreme obstacles by hard work and devotion to reach her success. In order for me to succeed, I will stick to these three encouraging steps of inspiration, dedication and determination that will help lead me in the perfect direction to succeed , and allowing myself to be an architect of my destiny at a career as a registered nurse. The very first step I'll use to start building the foundation of my destiny is motivation. Much like Guadalupe Quintanilla, who was motivated by love, encouragement, and setting examples for her kids. I am motivated by my children's love, and I am ready to prove to them it is not too late to create targets with decided motivation. I'm highly motivated to be successful as a registered nurse, and I know the essential actions which will direct me to reach my goals. The path which I will take is a complicated one, and I need to stay motivated with reinforcement from my kids and family. I need to show my children how to remain motivated and focused when approaching a target. The near future of my children's lives rest in my shoulders. There have been instances where I'm sure my children have seen me struggle, but once I look in their faces and see their sayings, it gives me an extra push of energy and motivation to get up and continue what I started. Graham2 The following step I use to achieve success is devotion, but with dedication comes subject. Guadalupe Quintanilla was dedi...