I need help making a decision about my career and what college I would like to attend when I grow up... I would like to be a neurosurgeon, who first gets her bachelor's in neurobiology at UW-Madison, then continuing on to Stanford Med School. My second job choice would be going into law, first becoming the mayor of my hometown, then Governor of Wisconsin, then work my way up to President, if at all possible. My dream is to become the first woman president. I know that is wishful thinking, but I am determined. (Hilary Clinton may beat me to it, though). If I go this path, I would like to attend Harvard Business school. I would still like to own and raise chickens, horses and have about 3 kids, so which job would be more low-stress and the least time-consuming? I understand that they both are, very much, but which is less? I love them both so much, but I just can't make a decison. I don't have to decide right now, I have a some years until I go to high school. And honestly, do you think I could do it? Let's see... I do cross country, have started and held high leadership roles on two seperate Student Councils, have an average 4.33 GPA (non-weighted), never gotten below a B+ on my report card, etc. I have always loved helping people, and plan on starting to volunteer at our local humane society, hospital, and food pantry. I also play the clarinet and french horn. What do you think? Am I taking it too fast?