Goals you want to achieve for 2020

28 January 2020 | Opinion

Rachel Mutota

I want to put all my effort into the new grade I am in, so that I do not have a lack of knowledge once I move on to grade 12 because the foundation of grade 11 and I2 works hand in hand.

Timothy Spannenberg

I want to provide for my family in all possible ways and get a better income because that will enable me to make sure that all their needs are provided for. I also want to improve my lifestyle.

Steven Shimbode

For this year my main focus is to make loads of bucks. By doing that I won’t have to worry about my financial state. I want to hustle to the point where I do not have to worry about the day after today as the economy is still in shambles.

Matthias Ndeulita

My goal for 2020 is to enrich my construction businesses as I want to expand and create opportunities whereby more people will be employed. Also I would like to improve the administration of the company and change its structure.

Ketjimambo Ujamburura

I want to complete high school with flying colours. For now I do not know what I want to study so I need to put in extra work so that my points will not be a barrier when I enrol in an institute.

Tjatindi Tjiwakunu

I am looking forward to what university life has in store for me. I am thrilled and also scared at the same time. I want to adapt to the environment fast and at least obtain three distinctions for the first year.

Sakaria Mata

I want to improve my points at Namcol as I am not pleased with the points I obtained last year because what I want to enrol in requires me to pull up my socks and give it one last shot.

Tjiuhevei Rutjani

My goals are ruined. I wanted to become a chartered accountant but I was not admitted, however they admitted me for bachelor of accounting which I do not want. I’m thinking of changing direction and opting for education instead.

Benvellie Garobes

My academic year will start in February. I am looking forward to it. I also want to go back to being an active netball player as I have been slacking for a long time.

Ethan Musiyalike

This year will be busy as my goal for 2020 is to focus on my success and eliminate any obstacle which will hinder the process. I have a degree to complete and still have businesses to run.

Mankind Simeon

I want to complete my studies, bachelor of English and major in languages. I enjoy languages and reading books as it is satisfactory especially the ones of storytelling. In the near future I would like to write my own book as well.

Armando Garobeb

I want to pass grade 9 with good points. I would also like to learn more about the German culture in depth because I have it as a choice subject in school. It is an interesting language to speak.

Gratchel Eiseb

My goal for 2020 is more focused on my schoolwork, as education is the key to success. I have few career paths that I want to venture into but I have not made up my mind yet.

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