When I think of a physician and their characters I immediately think of the traits listed in this honor code. A physician must be a leader in order to make important decisions that will affect the lives of others. I believe that a leader is someone who helps guide and works well with others. I feel that this is a quality I have. I have always worked well with others and have been the leader for most of my college group projects or debates.
Being an Area 15 FFA officer will teach me several new things about the FFA and leadership skills that I don’t know already. I have attended several leadership camps and seminars, but there is always room for improvement in regards to leadership abilities. Having a higher leadership role than what I already have will significantly improve my knowledge of leadership and better refine the leadership skills that I already have. There are a lot of
I will explain the main points I have learned in this class, what it means to have learned all of the information, How I have changed my perspective on economics, how I can apply my knowledge in the workforce and why this course was so important to me. There were many days I would wake up and feel like not attending class but I would get up and go anyways. The
4. My work schedule is something that I need to adjust in order to succeed this semester. I work long hours and 6 days out the week. I have asked to be part time so my schedule should be changing any time soon. 4.4 reflection 1. the workload is what I expected.
Although I still have some anxiety, because I still have a lot to learn. I will now be more organized, and read everything more closely. I feel like I need to slow down and be more confident in what I am doing. I will make more use of the tools I have, but first of all before I began I will start with a prayer. The fear I had about it being a long time since I was in school was confirmed.
One of the biggest influences in my life Dr.Michael Magruder a Brother of Omega Psi Phi told us on a daily basis the importance of getting our work done, being respectful to not only women but to our fellow man as well. Doc always told us about this philosophy called paradigm shift and how once we fully understand what that means how we will be able to see how things work and be able to expand our minds and think outside of the norm. The lessons and lectures that Dr.Magruder gave us stuck with me and will always stick with me he instilled in me
To truly enhance a group’s work, one needed to initiate a deeper understanding with one another to create greater solutions and outcomes. I then joined several clubs that allowed me to be more knowledgeable with friendships and serve the community. I did as much as I could, helping in the Manchester Road Race, Can Drives, homes for the elderly, babysitting children while their parents conferenced with teachers, and so much more. With all these qualities under my sleeve, I needed somewhere that would let me use them throughout the entirety of my membership in the group. NHS allowed and preferred that my qualities were to be used constantly and efficiently in the club.
An inevitable part of growing is constantly learning and experiencing new things. After a certain period of time, we come to that point that we become able to think about everything we have learned until now in a completely independent way. This point is maybe one of the most difficult ones, since it deeply reaches our conscience. It also requires a lot of sacrifice from us to let the wrong opinions and ideas be replaced with the logical and reasonable ones. Therefore, it is the point in which we start shaping our own and unique characters.
Having a license has changed my life for the better. I had to do a lot to get to school when I didn’t have my license I had to wait for my mom in the mornings. It could take up to ten minutes before my mom was ready. I started planning ahead of time and wake her up early so that we left the time I wanted too. Then when I got to school and needed a ride back after school ended it took forever.
High school was such a disquieting transition along with all of the new changes I’d be facing. New classmates, teachers, subjects, and responsibilities. I was now required to think twice before every move and concentrate on everything more adequately. All these changes made me begin to realize that I should learn more about my identity and do what makes me tranquil and content as a person.