2005-07-14 18:19:29 ET
When I was 17 years old, I framed an ambitious and egotistical plan to take over the universe. More specifically, I expected myself to be enrolled into a leading technical school where I would reign as the best computer hacker/mathematician EVER! Well, I've been going to this so called "leading tech school" for the past 4 years. I believe I might have barely passed another math final. I have just one more of these math courses to complete and I will have completed my math requirement for my degree.
In the very near future, I must contemplate my next course of action. I've gotten through most of my classes with Cs and Ds and I am tired of getting such results. I'm falling short of my devine goal and thus, it's time for me to get my act together. I have come to the same conclusion three years ago and I was quite successful for one semester. Somehow, I have fell into this compulsive rut of failure since then. I hate being the guy that makes false promises to himself and others. Plus, I will be in a difficult position at work if I keep messing up semesters of classes. I am only vaguely sure on what is in my way.