problem to get past the first step; discovering what I wanted to run far away with. At hand, my freshman year I don't honestly think it was ever a question that I had the "Alpha" personality. I wanted to lead my life in a strong direction so, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) seemed like more than the perfect club for me. It seemed effortless to me at first. You pay the twenty dollars to receive a shirt, free food and watch all the upper-classman struggle with competitions, seemed smooth enough
touched my life. As a child, my grandpa taught me the love of reading as I listened to endless hours of stories on his lap. This has been a great benefit to me in my studies. It has helped me broaden my vocabulary and enhanced my writing skills. My strong work ethic and determination are a result of watching my father start up and run his own business as well as work on things for our family. I was able to maintain two jobs, working 15 hours a week, during high school while upholding a high GPA.
Growing up as an American in a foreign country has had a significant impact on my life. I can proudly say my home was located in a culturally rich and bustling town where I developed my values through my family, German culture, and the military community. I lived with my mother, father, and brother in Wiesbaden, Germany between 2001 and 2015. We have shared many great memories of weekend getaways and best of all, family times shared in our home and abroad. The aroma of schnitzel, pomme frites
concept. This proverb originates from a Yiddish (Jewish) author. It’s understandable why he would say something like this because his ancestors went through the Holocaust. They tried explaining how they felt, but no one (especially Hitler) listened to them which caused them to forcefully adapt. Another example, FBLA has planned a fundraiser to sell a product for premature babies. Their item of sale is