I can say I have found myself and am very matured for my age. I see life differently and plan goals to define my own success, in a realistic manner I take charge of your own life and know what I want and what I have to do to get what I want. My experiences have made me a stronger person, I push myself to work harder and never give up. I have failed many times and through that, I have learned to deal with failure. I have learned that everything happens for a reason and it is a learning experience.
Working as hard as I could to succeed at what was set out to accomplish. The first day back for my final semester in high school was amazing. I was a high school student yet again and I could relax and not have to worry about leaving. My day went by fast, but it was worth it because I didn’t have to rush through my lunch and hurry out the door. The college classes that I had signed up for was well worth it because they are helping me for what I want to do with my life after high school.
When people set goals for themselves, they are set themselves up for success but learning how needs and motives influence motivation is important. The central idea behind Maslow’s theory is that unsatisfied needs motivated him until he became satisfied with his work. Everyone and I repeat everyone makes mistakes along the way and no one is perfect. Maslow may have made a few trial and errors along the way but he became known worldwide for his evidence as well as his hard work and dedication he put into his work. He stood for something and did not stop until he seen it through.
Ambition The thought of ambition brings me back to my childhood. I didn’t realize what it is was at the time, but ambition manifested itself early in my life. From the beginning, I took a natural liking to school. In addition to school, my parents and family encouraged me and supported all of my accomplishments, starting with the writing of my first book in first grade. This atmosphere created and fueled my ambition to exceed and stuck with me throughout my academic and former career in foodservice.
I 've learned new lessons every day and strategies to better myself as a student. These last four years of high school was a huge impact on my life because it 's getting you prepared for the next step into your career- your future and experiencing this change of becoming an adult has made me a better person/student. As a student about to graduate, I keep on learning many things and still will these upcoming months, but looking back to my freshman year I have grown into an independent woman who knows that it will be tough after high school. Therefore, I am ready to face the challenges that lie ahead as a soon to be freshman in college. As a student, there are always going to be courses that I excel at and others where I need more help.
I managed to graduate with straight A’s, and received a scholarship for “excellent study results”, something I am very proud of and still value highly. I was born in 1999, but due to me being a stubborn child in preschool, I persuaded my parents and teachers into letting me begin school one year earlier than normal. Over the years, this has been of different importance, but overall I only see a positive outcome of that decision. It has not affected my learning ability whatsoever, neither has it affected my social life. If anything I am happy to be one year younger than most of my friends, because I feel like I can get out in the real world as a newly 18-year old and not feel pressured to start studying right away.
It has grown into such a huge part of my life, so it is not shocking that I want to be a Kilgore Rangerette in college! Most people would not find this as a surprise, because I have dreamed about this goal my whole life. Walking in my freshman year into drill team, my love for dance grew tremendously. Drill team has helped me venture out into more styles and ways of dancing, and has without a doubt been my favorite. To be a Kilgore College Rangerette, would be an absolute dream come true.
This was my greatest fear all through my schooling and still as of today. Even though this identity of being a role model was put on me, I did not start right away with this identity, but I gradually kept on doing my best so that I can be able to be seen as this role model. When my family started to see that I was doing an excellent job in all my work and exceeding in my education, they decided to identify me as the “role model” I am now. This identity can be sometimes good and bad but, it all depends on the situation. Overall, my family has always been encouraging and supportive of me keeping this identity.
When I first won the award it didn’t really affect me in any way, because at the time I thought that I was not going to pursue anything in the English field, until recently. A couple of months ago I picked up writing as a hobby again, and simply knowing that one of my past works was selected as best is truly inspiring to work even harder than I did before to create a new story. Another big accomplishment that I am very proud of is when I qualified to compete in the state competition for MathCounts, but unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend due to conflicts in scheduling. During my first year of high school, I decided to join a school sport, which I hadn’t done since I transferred to Burris in the fifth grade, and I earned a spot on varsity. This was a very big accomplishment for me, because one of my dreams growing up as an athlete was to eventually play on varsity and represent my team.
14: What view in life contributes to your perseverance? Respondent A: “Having faith and belief that I’m going to accomplish my goals, dreams and obligations, being motivated to continually strive to achieve success regardless of any obstacles” Respondent B: “Hard work, if I fail I will make sure to fail forward and I am never down it’s either I’m up of getting up and most of all Hope that each day I am one step closer to where I want to be” Respondent C: “Pride and survival. Pride because I don’t want to depend or exist at the expense of other’s work and survival because I have to provide for my preferred standard of living” Question no. 15: What is the most effective way to think or do as key to perseverance? Respondent A: “ Clear your thoughts and always focus on what you need to achieve, wag mong kakalimutan imotivate yung sarili mo or in other words continue to motivate yourself.