Against the advice of my teachers, I left the program and went to Spotsy full-time. I have been in "regular school" for 11 weeks now. I 'm extremely unhappy here and there 's nothing that I 'd like more than to come back to Governor 's School. I find myself resenting it for the same reasons that motivated me to join the program. Busy work is my nemesis!
Gladiators lives were extremely difficult, have been a part of history for over 2,000 years, and had many different techniques in their battles. The lives of gladiators were difficult. If they were imprisoned, they were treated horrendously with no freedoms. If they were volunteer fighters, they were still treated roughly to prepare them for difficulty in the arenas. They trained in gladiator schools.
My major obstacle which I have faced within my life would be when I became the leader in the Army. Due to my military operational specialty, I had to manage many military equipment and I was responsible for the maintenance of them as squad leader. While checking out the military equipment with equipment lists for an annual report, I discovered that some of them did not properly work and missed out. So, I was really shocked and had no idea how to handle this situation. Since then, I tried to find a way to overcome this obstacle and discussed with my team members how to work it out.
At the beginning of the semester when I first began with the course named ‘Business and Professional Communications’ I will not deny that I was very anxious and terrified due to the fact that I didn’t know what public speaking was about. The only thing that I knew is that I had to give 3 presentations in front of the class and that made me feel too stressed. Until last semester if someone asked me: Can you give a public speech? I would answer: No way! I had in mind that you born with this ‘ability’.
The value of public speaking evolved during time until now which became a predominant activity worldwide. Public speaking was a course requirement to obtain my bachelor degree, at first I wasn’t quite fond of it as I have never practised speaking in front of an audience before. Plus, I easily become nervous by getting all the eyes of the audience on me. Furthermore, my experience with public speaking course was intriguing as I recall the first time I arrived and my professor demanded that I should speak about myself in front of the class. Consequently, I was submerged with nervousness and anxiety as I didn’t encounter such experience.
I was tired of getting judged for rumors that people make up! Hardly any of the people that wanted to get closer to hardly even talked to me and when they did they only bullied me. That was not the only way that I could talk to them though! The only other way that I could think of doing to get closer to them would be to join a sports team. I thought about this for a while, but I did not know what sport to join.
The doctor said that my voice went out because I spend too much time practicing and eventually my throat got sore. The doctor also said that It's only going to take a few days. I was not ready for this because I had the most important audition of my life. The next day I went to school and told my friends about my situation. My friends included Lucas,Alex, and Maya.
It was the time I decide to change, I wanted to conquer my fear. So I made my own hurdle out of a box, and I practiced it every day at home. Finally the day I had been waiting forever had come. I was still scared but also every excited, because I'm not sure if my training will work or not. I was worried about everything, worried what if I fell down again, worried to be embarrassed in front of everyone, worried that fears would over take my strength.
I was smart, but I wouldn’t call myself a genius. Even I still hated high school. There were mountains of homework, endless stress, unfair grades given on report cards, judgemental and rude students, which compiled into 5 days of with nothing but misery, each single week. The teachers were no help either. It was like they were constantly out to get you.
I conclude that a lot of family members or should I say almost every one of us really don 't know what to do when this kind of disaster came to us. Although we really don 't know when would earthquake strikes, we need to at least be prepared for the things that can help us to save more lives. Just like the students in MCL, most of them don 't know anything about the plans for their safety, and according to them there 's no evacuation plan in the campus. Only the officials, committee and some of the students in the campus knows about it. And a lot of students are not aware of their earthquake drills on their campus; they said that only those people who are interested to participate will do.
To be able to maintain a professional fire service, stability in the Training Division is extremely important. For a certain period of time, we without a Training Officers, only an assistant to the Trainer. He was fairly young when he joined the Fire Department and took over assistant trainer a few years after with minimum experience. It is realistic to say that it was not well received by our senior staff. Young staff well educated through the Fire School Academy, motivated to do more for the Department.
Furthermore, these Rangers hoped for missions and war, but nothing qualified for war, as they yearned for battle. During this scene in the book, I fully understood the fact that the Rangers were different from the Deltas. However, I completely disagree with the fact that coming out of high school and having a positive attitude, without having a real battle combat experience, is a great idea to pursue them and place them in war. Their emotions during a real battle could affect their performance, it happens to every soldier to feel fear, because the result is between life and death. On the other hand, this scene caused me confusion is the actions of the Rangers, that seems incompetent during a battle.
Displaying Leadership In the following paragraphs I will be talking about the time I displayed a great state of leadership and gave a service to other people. This instance happened on April 17th 2017 when I was asked to be a squad leader for our J.R.O.T.C battalion at the principles review march. This was a surprise for me being only a one year cadet, the following is my experience. It all began on the day before the march, our company commander Lyndon Calape chose me out of all people to lead a squad of 9 cadets. I was very surprised by this task he had given me, mostly because I barely knew how to march and I was new to this whole commanding thing.
When coming to Arcadia High School I didn’t know what to feel like, would I say frightened, worried, or energized? For this reason I decided that I felt confused. I was a bit stressed at the thought of getting bad grades. I entered school and saw what looked like a beehive of people going where they needed to go. So like many freshmen on their first day I got lost looking for my first class, it was such a big school and many of the halls weren’t even in alphabetical order.