When I first learned that I could potentially become a member of the National Honor Society, I wanted to achieve to become a member. I know this organization does great deeds for the community all around the world; I would definitely take pride to be in the organization that ensures that a difference will be made. I would also like to generate a difference in my generation along with others. National Honor Society always recognizes students that are exemplary in and outside of school. For instance, my GPA is 3.9 as my grades are my top priority in school and that is what colleges will be looking at along with other criteria’s.
Hello Jessica, I agree having the right team is very important. No one wants to babysit a team member because that can set the team behind and decrease the team spirit having a slacker. It is important that everyone plays their part and enjoy what they are doing. It can be difficult trying to contact the right person through a school to get your items placed within their organization.
An accepting and healthy environment is needed. Many people face peer pressure because they are deemed uncool and are pressured to do uncomfortable things and things that they believe are not right. If everyone accepts everyone around them for their real selves and will not judge them, people will not commit unhealthy acts and develop undesirable bad habits. People need to surround themselves around healthy and positive company that will accept each other and have healthy core values.
I worried I wouldn't be able to control them or that they wouldn't respect me. What I learned as we went throughout the season together, is that the most important aspect of leadership isn't them respecting me, it is me respecting them. I learned to appreciate each team member for their contributions to our team, and because of this was more able to deal with problems involving each of them, and we all became closer because of it. In addition to being shy by nature, I am also not a very happy person.
For example, being on a field trip and having to make sure that the people you lead are alright, and that you report back to your leader that your subordinates are okay. As a leader you must always seek self-improvement, set the example, make sound and timely decisions, and seek responsibility and take responsibility. Being a part of NJROTC benefits me because it gives me opportunities to go out and make a difference in my community. Prior to being highly involved in NJROTC I was what you would call an “unmotivated” person. I wasn’t really involved in my community unless I had to be.
I believe very strongly in acting in a trustworthy manner at all times. I think that to not have integrity is very detrimental not just from a social work standpoint but to any aspect of someone 's life. However when it comes to social work it is essential. We are working with clients to change their lives and if they can’t trust us they will not get what they need out of the services and there is a high chance that they will discontinue services. I also believe that integrity does not just relate to our own personal integrity but the integrity of the agency.
Effort, doesn’t mean that you have to be the best at something, or that you like doing it, it means that you care about your work and everything you encounter so much that you always strive to do what you can. In generations forward, due to technology, they may think that they don’t need to put work in themselves to get things done, but in reality the world can’t work if no one puts their best foot forward and gets their hands dirty (either literally or
I mean, they ALWAYS end up making someone angry. You’d think with all their training that they would be able to do their jobs better than everyone else in the stands, but nope. You’d be wrong. With this change, the people will be in charge of regulating the game so no one will be able to complain! It is the perfect solution.
Author Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “ Unless you try to do something beyond what you already mastered, you will never grow.” Most people are afraid of making mistakes so they stay in their comfort zone. I believe that this statement is true, because making mistakes is how you learn and improve, stepping out of your comfort zone can lead to more friends and better experiences, and if you don’t try new things, you might miss out on something you love! The first reason I agree, is because making mistakes is how you learn and improve.
The story “The cost of survival” states that “It is easy to argue that people should be stopped from putting themselves in danger. However, this would be impossible to enforce”. It is impossible to stop somebody from doing these risky things but you can’t stop them from doing the things that they enjoy and make them happy. The story also says that “ We know that when people believe that they are going to receive a large bill for SAR mission, they delay a call for help or they refuse to to call for help.”. It would be unfair that someone wouldn't call for help because they are going to be billed for getting help.
The greatest trial I have faced was being part of a team with members who were not as passionate about our goals as I was and having to try to get those people energized and enthusiastic. My first two years as part of my high school marching band were incredible-- we had great student leaders and the underclassmen learned quickly and efficiently. However, the role of a leader fell upon me as our summer practices began before the start of my senior year. I thought the band would improve as easily and as smoothly as it ever did, but difficulties came up sooner than usual. Because of my experience I was more able to notice issues with the technicalities in the marching and playing of the newer members of the band, and although my attention was
Many students have the opportunity to work in teams whether it’s a sport or a club that partakes in competitions. For me, that activity is marching band. Although marching band isn’t a sport, it’s similar in the team aspect, except we can have 150 or more other team members. Working in such a large group can be very overwhelming and time consuming. The season starts in late June and can go on well into the months of November or December.
Marching band is one of the most underrated sports, but is also one of the greatest due to the physical and mental strength required to to be successful at it. Instead of making this essay all about why I should be a section leader of next years Alto Saxophones, I have decided to write about why a specific team of saxes should be next years section leaders. After watching the huge change in the flute section this year with three section leaders, I asked myself, if the flutes could do it, then why can’t we? The section has pretty much accepted that Kristina will be a section leader as long as she applies. A majority of us have no problem with that because she deserves it.