Michael Jordan once said,” Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” Little did I know how hard work and teamwork can make such a difference. Without working together we accomplished nothing, but came out with a hard-earned victory in the end. In the third grade I played baseball for the Downers Grove Park District, playing with all my friends was extremely fun, unfortunately we were the last place team with a record of 2 wins and 14 losses. Our record didn’t stop us from going out on the field every game and trying out best. Teamwork makes the dream work and that’s how we went from the worst team to the champions.
I now started to enjoy my company and had learnt to stay happy by my own very much. It did not mean I completely abandoned everybody; my vocal coach and my guitar teacher were my few favorite people who I really liked. Perhaps as they were my personality type I think, and obviously my parents, who were luckily there to support me. However, a surprise came out for me two weeks later when I heard one of my songs that I gave to the managers on the radio. I was shocked as the managers did not pitch the songs to any other artist; it was my own vocals that I was listening to.
For example, there is Joe Dimaggio who tried his very best to hold up his front of being a clean cut guy so that kids did not start smoking. Some athletes take being a role model very seriously because they know kids are easily influenced. Thousands of kids have been taken out the ghettos by role models that are athletes. These kids go on to join the NBA, NFL, NPSL, or other large professional leagues. Athletes will tell the press over and over again who their favorite athlete was growing and how that inspired them to be like their athlete.
From sports to academics I always tried my best in hopes that my little brothers were watching so they could mimic my hard work. Traits I possessed at such a young age are extremely uncommon but, being a good role model to my brothers was bigger than me. Entering my senior year in high school, I had advanced to two state championships in two different sports; football and wrestling. My youngest brother, being as curious as he was, would often attend all of my games. He would study my every move as I ran up and down the football field, hoping that he would be able to follow in my footsteps someday.
Although English isn’t my first language, I have obviously failed a few times too. I think that’s another reason related to why I’m not into reading or writing. Honestly I really want to get into it though. I want to read a book that leaves me in the edge of my seat. That excitement you get while reading an astonishing book and you just don’t want to let it down.
Just like I used to, I have a lot of trouble finding the right book that I honestly enjoy and can 't put down, when I would read constantly in middle school I could pick up any book and read it within a few days, but since I got older, Most books don 't appeal to me I haven 't found a certain genre of books that I have enjoyed, I feel like if I just pick up a book and just get through it push myself and read it I will eventually find a range of books that I enjoy. The only reason I want to start reading again in to expand my knowledge and its good to read simply because of how important it is day to day, we do it in school every single day and we do it when we don 't even realize it, it 's something that just comes naturally, something that we were taught to do. I have improved and I will continue to improve over the years, things will continue to get harder, the books will get harder, the words will become tougher to understand, but reading more difficult books with older words would help and makes my brain work harder to understand the book, There is so many things I can do to improve and become
For me, goals I set should not be taken down no matter what. From a young age, I recall reading books and making mistakes while reading aloud to my family members, which, naturally, pushed my family members to correct me. My goal through reading was to become a good, self-dependent reader, so I read more, asked questions and translated words until I became a better reader. For my ambitions, I am ready to put in double the effort and work hard to accomplish what I set. Linking that to my current goal, while electrical engineers design ways to use electrical power to improve products, I aspire to do no different from that.
He has never given up on me and henceforth encouraged me to be a good prototypical citizen. The ones he most cares about is his parents, family and his children. He is a father who is always eager to give advice his children about life and always supports them. During my 8th standard when I was not doing so well in a subject because I was not very good in academics as everybody expected good results out of me. My father then had a long conversation with me about life, he told me that it would be smarter if I would study hard because, it would be easier for me to get a job and be happy in life in fact I realized that would be the best way I could help me
I grew up Down East, which had a vast impact on my life. My brother was always the star student, and he was whom I admired. I always wanted to be as smart as he was. Since I did not learn as fast as he, I always thought there was something wrong with me. Although school was challenging for me, I finally pulled through it and realized I wanted to give my students the opportunities that I never had.
I didn’t want to see my independence go, and so I clung onto it, even if that meant that I suffered. Reading wasn’t a distraction or even a true escape away from reality. It was the one thing I could use to exercise my freedom. If the internet was blocked by my parents, I could still hold onto books to show I could think and speak on my own. So when that one link was regulated as well, things began to fall apart.