One great way to prepare yourself for university admissions is to figure out what you feel passionately about and how that is driving your decision to further your studies. Whether it's helping to save our oceans, finding a way to slow down or even reverse global warming, discovering a cure for cancer or HIV, becoming an aerospace engineer, bringing solutions to local problems in your country, or simply supporting your family—only you know what truly inspires your heart. It's been said to "do what you love, the rest will follow."
UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill said "an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty."
And here's a favorite of mine, it's by Pablo Picasso:
Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.
Those are not empty words. They have been tried and tested by great thinkers, courageous leaders and tireless adventurers.
Our questions for you today:
How would you like to change the world?