Growing up, I always had an idea of at least three or so things I wanted to do or be at a time. I have never limited myself to being or doing one thing; I wanted to be a lawyer-doctor-engineer, not just one thing. I had more than one vision, but only one passion: solving problems and making everyday life better. I refused to get pegged into doing only one thing for all of my life. This was probably one of the main reasons I went to undergrad at A&M for chemical engineering. I wanted a flexible, challenging degree that left me with the most options.