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I interviewed Olivia Fawell to find out more about what she wants to do in the future. These were her answers:

Q: What are you passionate about? 

A: Helping other people because I’m a people pleaser and I like making them feel better. 

Q: What’s something you do that doesn’t feel like a job?

A: Helping people, playing sports, and sleeping. 

Q: If you had no limits, what would you choose to do? Who would you spend it with?

A: If I had no limits, I would go to a good 4 year college. Then possibly a med school or become a missionary for a couple years. Then come back, work and have a family, live my life. 

Q: Who do you admire? Why? 

A: My mom, because she is everything I aspire to be. 

Q: What irritates you?

A: Inconsiderate people that only think of themselves and do things that will only benefit themselves. 

Q: How hard are you willing to get what you want?

A: Depends on the day

Q: What’s something you’re good at? Something you’re bad at?

A: I’m good at helping people. I’m bad at understanding when I can and can’t be overly happy. 

Q: What’s something you’ve always wanted to try?

A: I’ve always wanted to be a mom and have a family because I had such a good childhood. I want another kid to have the same experience. 

Q: What makes you proud of yourself?

A: I’m proud to be a FCA leader. 

Q: If you could do any job for a day, what would you do?

A: A brain surgeon because i want to know what it’s like to do that. Also, in one day, I can’t possibly kill that many people. 

Q: What career did you want as a kid? Has it changed?

A: When I was really little I wanted to be a nurse that game babies back to their moms. It hasn’t really changed because I want to be a pediatric nurse. 

Q: Do you want to go to college? Why or why not? If yes, which one?

A: Yes, because I can’t be a nurse without a college degree. I want to go to Trinity Christian College because they have a really good program and it’s pretty close to home

Q: What would people who know you, say you’re good at?

A: Explaining things, sports, being social, and getting injured.

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