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Monday, June 12, 2006

a lot of things happening now, with work, with family, with friends, with myself. it's going to be a busy, hectic period. i hope i know how to prioritize. as of now i have been managing all these fine, i just hope i know what to do when the situation arises and requires me to make a split second decision. hopefully something i won't regret later on in life.

at this moment, first priority of course is work. submission deadlines are catching up with us (or rather, me) and i need to focus fully at work. paperwork is piling up, there are important calls to be made, meetings to attend. i should be tired but i am not, surprisingly. this is a very good platform for me to launch myself into the investment banking industry and hopefully make myself noticed (for all the right reasons, of course). i really want to be able to be someone who has a purpose and goal in life, not some sort of vagabond, with no direction or aim. i will and i am going to make it.

i have a very good friend whom i think is going to need a shoulder to lean on and a helping hand and i am going to try my very best to be a good friend and provide that shoulder and that hand. he deserves the very best life has to offer him, and i hate to see him like this. i hope i can somehow help him out, emotionally at least.

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