I want my future to be successful, but I know that cannot be achieved without hard work. As long as you are passionate, self determined, and motivated, the hard work it takes to be successful is nothing compared to the luxury of happiness. I truly believe success is drawn from passion and hard work, and my brother’s college career can prove that. Because of his success, I am more self determined to have a future just like he will: Full of passion, hard work and happiness. I am motivated to work hard on every paper, exam, and project because it will only prepare me more for the future I possess.
This book is about a teenager named Jumo Rodgers. He finished his first year of varsity hearing “if onlys,” as in, if only he were bigger. His talent on the field is easy to spot, and local papers and college recruiters are taking notice. But with his best friend on speed dial for recruiters at big-time college programs, and treated like a king at Cranmer Academy, Jumo decides he wants to be more than good, he wants to be the real deal now. Taking his coaches lecture about commitment to heart, Jumo plunges into a new workout regimen that will make him stronger and faster.
An important discourse community that was a part of my life was my volleyball team during my four years of high school. I started playing my first year going into high school and continued until I graduated. Until now I wasn’t even aware that would even be considered a discourse community, but it fits all of the qualifications of Swales’ definition of a discourse community. Goals As a sports team, we obviously have goals; our main reason being to win against our opponents. The entire reason a team is put together and participating in practice almost every day is going towards our goal as a team to win games.
To me football is like a second family (simile. When freshmen football lifting started I decided that was going to work as hard as I could to be my best. So, that is what I did all school year and all summer I put a ton of effort into becoming the best football play I could be. One of the most important experiences of my life was my starting in my first varsity football game, it taught me that hard work always pays off, and changed the way that I look at life.
This movie came to air on September 23, 2000, and was directed by Boaz Yakin. This movie is about a high school football team in Alexandria, Virginia who were facing a new integration law at their high school and how their football team would be melding black and white players to the team. The team and coaches will have to overcome many problems as the season progresses, and become a family to overcome the obstacles thrown their way with the team captain, Gary Bertier getting in a life damaging car accident, and the state title on the line. they will have to work together and put aside their differences if they want any chance in winning.Teamwork makes the dream work with an open mind is the theme of this movie. A scene that accurately represents my theme is when the football team was at football camp before the season had started and the coaches felt that the team was not working together and practicing well enough so Coach Boone, the head coach, decides that until they start practicing better, they will be practicing three times every day until he feels that the team is working to the level they need to be.
Another example could be winning a championship with football team. In order to win a championship yourself and rest of your teammates must push yourselves past your limit. Pushing yourself past your limit is defined by working when you think you cannot push anymore, but you continue pushing and finished what you started. The lesson “hard work pays off” correlates directly to the real world. For example if you are a young entrepreneur owning a small business, and eventually build your business into one of the most premier businesses in world.
Since sophomore year, I barely missed the state track meet and the Free State record by a couple of inches. After my last track meet in my junior year, I was determined to finally accomplish the 35’11 triple jump that I aspired for years. I became committed to the sport, training every morning and evening to perfect a jump that a Free State student has not accomplished. Little by little, I grew out of the goal, realizing that there are more important objective in life to worry about and to
Growing up, I spent most of my time playing sports and trying to stay active as much as possible. As I got older, I became more serious with field hockey, and I was determined to make the varsity team my junior year of high school. All summer I spent working on my stick skills on the field, and my endurance in the gym in order to do everything I could to make the varsity squad. When tryouts started in the end of August, I hadn’t performed the way I wanted to, and girls I thought had no chance of making the team, played so well over the three days. However, I was hopeful I still had a shot on the varsity roster.
The first day of practice I absolutely loved the game. It was important at the time because it was my first time trying it and I absolutely loved it. It had a long impact on my life because I still play it to this day and travel around the state with my travel team just to play football. It also taught me teamwork and how to work with other people to accomplish big things. 4th
For instance, I did wrestling in high school and I became one of the captains during my senior year. I learn the essence of leadership and what it meant to be a leader for others. I serve as a role model through my diligence and discipline at not only practices and meets, but also during school. I motivated my teammates on and off the mat through my academic excellence. I am now currently the president of the Filipino student association at Houston Baptist University.
Nothing is ever given to you in life and if you want to achieve your goals, you must challenge yourself past your limits. While running is an individual sport, the team is so important to becoming a better athlete and person. The team challenges you to be your best and has become the biggest competitor for me. My teammates inspire me to work harder and push me to run faster in every meet and practice. This type of competition is positive because I want my teammates to succeed and they want to see me accomplish my goals.
First of all, he is an extremely hard worker. Rebounding from back surgery in college to become the NFL’s best Tight End doesn 't come easy, but Gronkowski wasn 't going to let that stand in his way. As previously said, he is the best at what he does. You should want to strive to be the best at whatever it is you do, and it is important to look up to someone who is the same. Another big reason Gronkowski is my role model is that he loves to have fun, and even though he is the best, he doesn 't take himself too seriously.
The world of professional football is a competition driven league where your whole performance is based upon how many super bowls you have accoladed. Building an NFL dynasty is a step by step analysis that can be achieved through to diligent following of these steps, therefore a proper intent is to be had whilst reading the following invaluable steps as it will optimize your dynasty building skill to new heights. It is important to know that building an NFL dynasty is no simple task, but with proper dedication and strict following it can be made a little more simpler with these steps. The first step in creating a dynasty for the ages is to follow up on all team players and the state at which these players are. Making sure that the team has
No one would have expected a timid freshman to later take on the most prestigious role in the music department. Blending in was easy, but standing out was something I felt like I needed to do in order to help the group make progress and stay unified. I have always looked at the previous drum-majors in admiration and I would constantly ask myself what it takes to be a leader. The dream of becoming drum-major seems impossible at the moment, but I gave it a shot. After a series of
Coach Smith started talking, and he was talking about how the freshmen team last year went undefeated. I knew we could do it to but everybody had to show up to play. He said that he had talked to our coach last year. Coach Gade said that “we are a good team.” I thought we could have been a lot better. Then he said it.