If I ever need someone to rely on, it will always be my family. Out of all the flash drafts I wrote I chose this one, and that is an obvious giveaway on where my success is based. It will always be my family pushing me through life and it will always be my family who helped create my success in the first
Ryan Dungey was and still is, known as one of the hardest working racers there is out there today. Roczen and Dungey have competitively raced together for years now; they have even had signed to the same team Red Bull KTM for 2 short years before Roczen left and signed with RCH Suzuki. The main rivalry between Roczen and Dungey is through Monster Energy Supercross. During the years of riding 250 Ken Roczen won the 250 West Coast series, while Dungey immediately after won the 250 East Coast
He is a class act. He’s one of the few drivers that never gets down about himself, always keeps his head held high. In all of his interviews whether it’s something negative he always responds in a positive way stating “The car was not where we wanted it today. There’s always next week, and we will take this as a learning experience.” Always thanks his crew and sponsors. Another example how Jimmie Johnson is a class act is on September 20, 2015 he had an incident with other NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick.
At the end of practice, I would always go home with a bright red face and sweat pouring down my body, creating a wet ring on my shirt collar. However, we all wanted to make ourselves satisfied as well as our coach to make the most out of our practices and so we wouldn’t get more difficult workouts the next time because of lack of participation. The first time that I won a race in a track meet made me feel like I accomplished something. I really liked that feeling of being successful on my own despite the criticism I had received about being successful. I felt like I could conquer anything and would never listen to what others would tell me.
Ever since I was young I had wanted and made it my goal to one day attend the University of Washington. I grew up coming to the campus with my parents and faithfully wearing purple every game day but as I grew older my educational paths and my career paths changed and I no longer had the same goals that 10-year-old me had. I have always valued my education and I am very blessed to be able to study what I want and ultimately fall into a career that I will spend my whole life doing and loving every minute of it. The past few years of my life, my emotional and physical capabilities have been challenged due to my choice in academic paths, I have experienced failure but I learned how to get back up and start again. In high school, I participated
Obtaining a postsecondary education is important to me because I have a passion for helping people and learning. As a first-generation postsecondary student, I understand the values of education. I grew up with my parents always telling me that I am lucky because I will have a chance to get an education, most people live struggling to make ends meet because they didn 't have a chance, just like my parents. As someone who comes from having very little, I always prided myself on the fact that I can, at least, have an education. Also, from the volunteered work I have done every chance I get I believe a postsecondary education will give me a chance to give back.
Ever since I graduated High school they kept pushing me like if I was one a swing, to keep going and I did, I attended Heritage University. I did not want to be far away from my parents and sister, so Heritage was the best option I had. My parents have been my every day inspiration because every day they work so hard to bring food and keep a roof under our heads and I am very thankful for that. That’s why I’m here going to school and trying my best to graduate and become someone later, so they can be glad that I achieved and didn’t back out. We have to follow the path because that path never ends it might have rough edges and bumps, but as long as you believe you will soon get to your destination.
Everything began about 12 years ago in El Salvador. When my father left El Salvador to come here to the United States, leaving my siblings, my mother, and me in El Salvador to give us a better life. Since that moment, when I saw my parents, working arduously every single day to try to get us out of poverty, to have better life conditions for me and my brothers; I knew that I had to become a professional to help my parents and reward them for all the effort and sacrifice that they have done for me. Years later, I started to wonder how engines, computers, and every type of machines work, and after going deeper into the topic, I felt fascinated in knowing how complex things work. From that moment I knew that I have to become an engineer.
When I joined the wrestling team in grade nine, I had no idea that it would be one of the best decisions I have ever made throughout high school. It is a sport that I fell in love with from the moment I stepped on the matt for my first practice. Being the smallest and only grade nine to join the team that year was very intimidating. However, after my first practice, I was no longer overwhelmed by the group of 15-20 wrestlers because they became my family. Our coach is a strong believer that in order to be successful as a team, it is important to support each other like a family.
"A man of integrity," my father claims, "is a man worthy of anyone 's respect." During my childhood years, my father consistently drilled into my mind that integrity is the most important quality that one could possess. Because I was relatively young at the time, I never understood the definition of the word or the magnitude of the lesson. I would mull over the idea in my mind, plunging deep into my thoughts: How would this apply to my life? As I have grown older, I have become more familiar with the word because of my experiences in sports, in class, and in life.
I’m not ashamed of where I come from as it has made me who I am today. Every day I wake up with a goal set in mind to become a success but not just for myself but my community. Sure we are not the ideal neighborhood seen in movies but together we are family that can achieve greatness. “Don’t let your circumstances define you.” my grandmother told me growing up. At the time, I was not able to see how my background necessarily affected me.
Dallas the equipment manager was always well known around the clubhouse and locker room. But starting today, he decided to go above and beyond to make the players feel very joyful even when they lose. Dallas decided to invest in cool new cleats for all the players. It took a lot of time and money, but he was committed to making them feel and look as ready as ever to start the season. The team starts 4-1 and Dallas starts to get a lot of praise.