The Power of Persistence
Around the time that I was in the 4th grade I decided I would become an attorney when I grew up. I even knew what kind of attorney I planned on being: a District Attorney that prosecuted people that abused children, murderers, and batterers. Even at that age I wanted to protect other children and help make the world a better place.
And it didn't end at just being an attorney. I wanted my career to lead to being a Judge, then perhaps a Senator, so I could help change laws.