Role models come in all shapes and sizes. A role model could be a parent, a family member, a famous person, or really anyone you look up to. I personally have a few role models in my life, and NFL Tight End Rob Gronkowski is a huge one. Gronkowski has many qualities that I look up to, but the one that stands out the most is that he overcame severe injuries at the college level to become one of the best Tight Ends if NFL history. He is the best at what he does because of the work he puts in everyday, and alongside that, he is a hilarious guy that loves to have a good time.
A leader is someone who takes charge when it matters the most. Even when the odds are completely against them they push on to reach their goal. The person I believe is a great leader is Wardell Stephen Curry II. Stephen Curry dreamed of going to the NBA and be just like his dad Dell Curry. Steph Curry was doubted all his life due to his size though.
What do you think was your biggest contribution as a team member while you played at Batavia High School? While participating in athletics at Batavia I believe my greatest contributions to the team were my work ethic and positivity. I may not have always been been the best athlete, but my teammates could always count on me to work as hard as I possibly could. No matter how hard a practice or game was, I always tried to inspire and motivate my teammates by working hard myself and encouraging them to keep pushing themselves.
Notre Dame is so centered around the faith and the people on campus get so involved, especially in the events such as Notre Dame vision. Of course who thinks about Notre Dame and doesn 't think about football? I have always loved football, and Notre Dame football at that. I am so excited to become a part of that, whether it be playing or just cheering. So from faith to football the culture at Notre Dame is what makes it stand out from other institutions to me.
From growing closer to my teammates to the new friendships I made there, I couldn’t have been more thankful. Through this experience, I have learned how difficult it is to be a leader, even with the help of my teammates, and how teamwork is necessary to achieve desired goals. Helping others in need is something I am very passionate about and I am proud to have been part of this team in that I was able to be someone the Navajo kids could depend. This team and trip has been a great impact and memory in my life and I am grateful to have made the choice in participating in
So, when I am out there on that football field coaching and the players do what they suppose to do you can bet that we will have a good game. I think football holds a special spot in a heart of people who lives in a small town like Metter Georgia. Friday night football games is what a big portion of what people in Metter Georgia look forward to every week because it is fun to watch the players because they are full of energy and heart, and it is just nice to see a good tackle on the field. Helping the players to be the men who they can so well be is a big part why I want to be a coach as well as helping them gain some enjoyment and something to look forward to every week, helping a player like that might not sound like something much but it is something that them players will never forget and you will be the influence of their future life, whatever that life may be weather it is being a law enforcement officer, doctor, or NFL football player, not matter what it is they do you will be the influence because you coached them to be that successful person that they became. Things like that is what makes me want to be a High School
The ability the book have given me to understand the fundamental relationship between good and evil in a society that I take part of will help me become a more well-rounded and excellent contributor
Gandhi created a revolution of change in India. He had an enormous impact that forever that vibrant country, and he did it all with nonviolence. Gandhi led people and taught them to stand up for themselves and in the process made India a free and independent country. The unfair treatment would no longer stand, it was time for change. The nonviolence policy worked because Gandhi did not give in, he accepted punishment and responsibility, and his followers were loyal.
Our trip to the UW-Madison campus and the Kohl Center was very beneficial to me. I have always wanted to be a student at UW-Madison and have always been a big fan of the sports teams. So getting to see an inside look at things was pretty special for me. Also, we got to meet some awesome people that gave me some inspiration for my goals.
The Urban Honors College, in my family, has always been seen as an advantageous program to be a part of. Urban Honors is a rigorous program, but it provides many great opportunities too. It separates a groups of students, who all have a similar drive for excellence, from the rest of the student body and allows them to flourish. For this very reason I want to join this program. I want the challenge of a more difficult workload, while attending PSU and I feel the Urban Honors College is my best choice.
The hype in this sport makes everyone curious, for me it was no question. Love at first sight seeing the contact of the sport and the crazy tenacity of the players just made me want to get involved with the sport. My team i choose to be my go to team had to be a team that was really dominate and didn 't mind getting dirty. Pittsburgh came to mind and ever since i haven 't turned back. Big Ben showed me how it is to be a leader in a soccer pitch.
Being involved in these draws me to further my friendships and bond with others. I love being surrounded by other people sharing the same passion. For ten years now I have been playing soccer. The beautiful game warms my heart and relieves me of my stress.
Many people are raised up by the idea that the society they live in always needs more adjustment, and other people around them are not always friendly. I am also one of those people. Since I was little, I was taught by my father not to trust anyone around, and not to pay too much effort into any kind of relationship. Even though I might not necessarily agree with him, I still followed his advice for years. However, I always ended up feeling lonely and depressed.
I was attending Carthage College for my sophomore year. I was doing well in my classes and I received good grades. However, something did not feel right. I was doing well in school, but I was not making a lot of friends. I was always in my room, doing homework every night even on weekends.