I am leaving everything to start a new life and it is a huge jump for me in taking initiative. Dependableness is crucial in growing up. This skill is coming to work/school on time, following through with commitments, and being accountable. Throughout high school, I have not missed many days even when I am sick because I follow through with my commitment of being a student and am liable for getting my work done and being on time. Positive behavior should always be demonstrated wherever
I hope what we did shows them, no matter your size, no matter your age, no matter height or weight, if you put more work in then the next guy you will be successful. No matter what just play you heart out and leave it all on the field. Do to the actions my teams and I have accomplished in those years I believe my family will think highly of me for working hard and playing my heart out, but that's part of the reason they will think highly of me. I feel they will because we set the bar high for the oncoming district teams as they will have to work insanely hard and long so they can accomplish something we didn't. As I may be athletic and played in the regional tournament I wanna be remembered for something more then that, I wanna be remembered for who I am as a person, my traits could have played into this as I am the person to make people laugh when down, or always joking around and happy, alone side that I am hardworking and I want my teachers to always remember me for that as I work hard day in and out during school.
"An Hour with Abuelo" by, Judith Ortiz Cofer illustrates the theme of hope and high ideals or goals. In the story it says "And I think he could've been a teacher if he wanted it bad enough. Nobody is going to stop me from doing what I want in life. "(Ortiz Cofer596) This shows high ideals and ambition. Also it says "I always wanted to be a writer with my heart and soul I knew I wanted to be around books all of my life.
They are always encouraging me to strive to do my best and never settle; nonetheless, I now push myself to try and accomplish anything I set my mind to. Although Brian Johnson is very successful in his school work he struggles deep beneath his skin with being accepted by society. Brian Johnson can be characterized
There have been various magnificent leaders throughout history, such as Martin Luther King Jr., Sojourner Truth, Nelson Mandela, and Eleanor Roosevelt. I thrive to follow in the footsteps of these phenomenal leaders and get closer to this goal everyday by practicing my leadership skills in my home, school, and community. Demonstrating leadership at home has proven to be life-changing, I’ve taken on the position of being a leader at home because I am the oldest child, therefore, I put the responsibility upon myself to teach my younger sisters the ropes of life, I also guide my parents to being healthier and better versions of themselves. My sisters look up to me as their role model and I live a life of example by exhibiting that self-respect, academic responsibility,
Academically, I was pushed into performing the best I could such as trying my best in English class even though it was a struggle in the beginning. Socially, I was pushed into situations that I had to adapt to, such as changing schools every couple years. I was also pushed physically into trying everything I could possibly be comfortable with to see what I enjoy doing. These challenges helped form who I am and pushed me to
It took me a long time to realize, some might even say it is a little late, but I believe I could strive to accomplish my college career successfully. I am on a path to work towards my goals, to grow up and show how thankful I am to my parents for opening up this road for a better future for me. For all the people in my family that wish they can be in my shoes, i will not let this go to waste anymore then i have
Sabrina Costa Ms.Milliner EES21QH-01 January 17th, 2017 Grit is a belief within yourself that you can conquer anything, if you stick with it. Angela Duckworth defines grit as sticking with things over the very long term until you master them. According to Duckworth, people with grit are “distinguished by their propensity to maintain effort and interest over years despite failure, adversity, and plateaus in progress” (2013 pg 27). In other words, Duckworth explains that to be gritty means to maintain your level of effort and interest over a period of time no matter if you fail or no matter how hard it may be. Duckworth conducted research to determine the role of effort in a person 's success.
These past few months have showed me who 's for and against me . She has told me not to stress the mistakes , I’ve made in the past because that cannot stop me from having a bright and triumphant future . Her wise saying of encouragement has stuck with me throughout this challenging road to success . Since , I’ve been communicating and having long influencing lectures , I’m starting to see a little change . I know adapting to be a new person takes time and can 't come over night .
At Marywood, I plan to convey my love for art and meet intruding people who will leave a huge impact on my life. Art has always been my escape from any situation whether it be a stress reliever or a root from boredom. These next four years my confidence and self-esteem will grow along with my love for art and the people I meet along the way. In high school, I always had a devotion towards art. My first years in high school I had no plan to pursue a career in art.
Your Phi Mu Delta experience will stick with you for the rest of your life, and we want to make sure that we are able to provide that same experience to future members as well, but we need your help. We are reinstating our annual communications program so we can better communicate with
These values show professionalism, which will in turn help you get the leadership position you desire. Dedication is really putting all your extra time and effort in to making whatever you are a part in the best it can be. A dedicated student will not come up with excuses to just to get out of rehersal or a show. You also need to pick someone respectful, for multiple reasons. One of which is so no problems occurr in the program, because when someone is disrespectful they make others frustrated with them and arguments begin (which is never ever a good thing for a group program).
In conclusion, by deciding to work harder than my classmates and by never losing sight of my goals helped me to succeed in an APDC English Class. I feel more prepared for the next semester because the first semester taught me that we will never find an obstacle that we cannot overcome if we take wise decisions that will help us to move toward our goals.
As a student in JROTC, I understand the passion you need to train for the military. You have to be in mental and physical shape. They do not play around about being in shape. The patalen leaders push you harder at PT than anything else. That makes the leader a big hero for helping people get in shape and help them to keep going.
Ankur signh is a former college student who has experienced the horror of standardized testing. When Ankur Signh was a senior in high school, he made the decision to enroll into an English Ap class hoping that it would be beneficial and help him grow as a writer. Although he enjoyed the literature readings, Ankur felts as if the course didn’t help him with his critical thinking and writing, it prepared him for an exam that he would have to take at the end of the year. Instead of analyzing themes and characters, he was given questions and essay assignments. He ended up doing very poor in AP english and he feels like he learned more about preparing for a test than genuinely learning.