How do you envision them in these areas as an adult? Explain your answers. (3 points) • As far as physical development goes, Ariya was on track with puberty and her athletic abilities were outstanding. She did well in all fine motor and gross motor tasks. Based on her high levels of activity, I believe she will continue to live an active and healthy lifestyle well into her young adulthood.
Ara Parasheghian once said, “A good coach will make his players see what they can be rather than what they are.” Being a coach is a very heroic act. Sue Ankrom has been a coach for over twelve years. She created many bonds and relationships with her players; sometimes, even helping them through hard times not involving sports. One heroic trait about Sue is she is an open honest person, because of this trait she became a coach. Sue was inspired to become a coach because she liked how she created bonds with her previous coaches and wanted to be there for others.
She kept as organized and helped make us all have our own responsibilities on the team. All of this is what I find so memorable about those 4 cheerleading seasons. I can honestly say I miss having Ms. Traska as a coach. On her team we had fun, we were productive, and we made memories. My Cheerleading experience has truly made me a better person.
According to Angela Lee Duckworth, grit is defined as having passion and perseverance for long term goals. This trait shows strength in one’s character and the resolve necessary to overcome challenges and achieve an end goal. I displayed this definition of grit whenever I lift weights at the gym. My goal for exercising nearly every day is not only because I want to be healthy or fit; rather, I want to be a stronger person than I was the day before. This mindset of constantly putting in work and sticking with a future goal will help me succeed in finishing a four year optometric program.
Snowboarding down a slope 20 times a day, 4 days a week is what it took. It was a long road, but here I am today and this is my story. I won my title by working my way up the ranks. Tournament by tournament I climbed, and I almost quit twice. It wasn’t just the minor injuries, but with all the snowboarding I didn’t have time for much else, I was pretty much a washed-up manchild with a beard.
I trust that my philosophy of nursing will have a positive impact on my clients as my goal is to consistently provide competent, safe nursing care to all which is culturally safe. As I enter my final semester of nursing, I look forward to new nursing opportunities and to apply my nursing philosophy with each new experience. My goal as a nurse is to grow and learn each day, knowing that each day will provide me with new knowledge making me a better nurse than the day before, and becoming a better nurse the following day than the previous day. Nursing is an exciting, fulfilling, and respected profession which I am very fortunate to be a part of and look forward to the journey
She is very proper which is fitting in the conformity of her life. She seems to mature when she is around anyone. Antonia always seems to be full of joy. She was a very wise person, and because of this her family survived through winter months. She learned to adjust to the American customs that were very hard.
Athletes love the slopestyle course, especially the one in Pyeongchang this year. “The course in PyeongChang is very creative. The test event was super unique and different than any other course I 've rode.” says Jamie Anderson , “It 's crazy how unique it is and how many options you can take on it. You 'll see so many different things. “ says Maggie Voisin, anther Olympic snowboarder.
My high school drill team director—Gina Rhoden—has impacted my life in a positive way. Through her advice and the example of her character she has inspired me to work hard to achieve my goals, to never be lazy, and to be more confident. Mrs. Gina puts in so much effort towards our drill team and all of her hard work and dedication is inspiring. Sometimes goals can seem unreachable, but Mrs. Gina has reassured me that the sky’s the limit. One of my goals in drill team is to be flexible and strong enough to kick my face.
It's lovely to see them grow through the years and how big of an impact this organization has for them it was very important to be the perfect Golden Girl they aspire to be, because they’re hopes and dreams are to become like us one day, we’re role models not only to them, but to the community as a whole. This organization is looked up to and it is an expectation to not slip up and to fit the standards of being a Golden Girl. The fundraiser event helped me to grow patience and to enjoy the growth of others as