My mother is my greatest influence for many reasons. She supports me and showed me that success comes from hard work. She inspires me and taught me to always believe in myself. My mother has always been my hero. She helped me through all rough times in my 13 years of life. I actually believe that if it
There are a lot of people that have impacted my life. Some of them affected me in a really negative way or in a positive way. My family really helped me in my life and guided me to the right path. There are three main people that stand out who impacted me for the best and mean everything to me.
Who are the people in your person’s life that influenced them the most? How did they cause that influence? Was it positive or negative?
Every Father plays a symbolic role in another child’s life, he can always be there for you and provide you with what you need and sometimes what you want. A father can be there for you to teach you the rights and the wrongs in life, even though sometimes you don’t want to believe he’s right. A father can teach you how to become a man and teach you to become an athlete if you choose to be one, he will teach you self-discipline and do everything in his power to make sure you will be successful in what you want to do. Some people, unfortunately do not have a father who can do all of these things for whatever the reason may be. Luckily I was blessed with a father who could do all these things and end up becoming my biggest influence in life and the game of baseball.
Every day he also helps me with each material or concept that I would need for school and anything else. Each night, despite working all day, he still helps me to study and with all of my homework. Even though this might not seem comparable to a substantial deal, to me it is. He also teaches me about subjects that I have an interest such as chemistry and computer programming. In addition to all of this he also helps me learn by also helping to explain further the concepts of my school work. He also attempts to educate me on topics that he believes would be useful to me throughout my life. My father also attempts to teach me a wide spectrum of topics so that I can understand everything in an improved manner. And he does all of these to help me later in my life so that I can succeed.
Mentor, older sibling, friend, guide, inspiration, and teacher. They have many names, but we all have at least one person who has influences us. For me that person was my gifted facilitator, Mrs. Tina McIver. Having someone who pushed me to do my best and excel, greatly impacted my decision to peruse career in math. Mrs. McIver was a huge influence in my decision to join FHSU Kansas Academy of Math and Science.
Everyone as a child has a role model someone that they look up to for advice. This person was my uncle. My uncle was the first person to attend a college. This was the person that embed the idea that I will be following in the footsteps and attend college. My parents at that time did not really push me they were focused on making sure there was food on the table. Also during my middle school year he was the main advocate for me to attend Verbum Dei High School instead of following my cousin and attending Serra High School. He has open my eyes to the injustice in this world.
Growing up competing with my younger brother who is very much closer to my age when I was young really made me competitive. Being really competitive even when I was very young made me even more competitive as I grew up and made me to compete even with my father and it was one of the reasons which influenced me to decide in pursuing my career in science and math. However the major reason which paved the way for my love burgess towards science and math and was really influencing was my father. Being tutored by my father and spending a lot of time with him during my earlier days of my childhood really drew me close to my father and I was able to know how life was hard during his time but passing all those adverse situations he succeeded. So as
I had two hard working parents who went above and beyond to ensure that my sister and I had a good childhood by trying to grant as many requests that they could. They always stressed the importance of hard work to achieve anything and everything we set our minds to and education, but I was very young so education wasn't that high on my priority list. I wanted to become a truck driver or a construction worker, but after my dad suffered a back injury at his job I knew that I wanted to fix his
A person that has had a profound impact on me during my time here at Virginia Commonwealth University is Rachel Wasilewski. Rachel is the Senior Recruiter for the School of Engineering. I first met Rachel after I received an email from the Welcome Center in the School of Engineering, requesting volunteers to help run Open House for prospective students and their families. She was one of the first staff members at VCU that shaped my collegiate experience in a positive manner. Over the past three years and 13 Open Houses later, I have gotten very close to her and have developed a very meaningful relationship. I chose to write about Rachel because she has provided me with the guidance and support needed to persevere through the grueling years
My dad has always told me that I can do whatever I want to do. Whatever I put my mind to I can do. It kind of goes back to my first point, with what to do about school. He said that he wasn’t going to decide for me it was all up to me.
Someone who has been influential to me, besides my parents is my Grammy. She has always been there for me when I needed her the most and has taken me into her home many times throughout my life. She was very influential on me because she taught me how to be a clean freak, be responsible for my actions, and to always keep a smile on my face. Also, Grammy taught me that even when it gets hard to just keep going and pushing through life because she was always saying I could achieve anything I put myself up to. With this I have pushed through many things at school including passing a test, doing homework, ignoring drama, and making new friends. I have achieved a lot of my goals due to her showing me that things may happen, but you can always achieve
My father is always pushing me to be the best. Whether it is with school, sports, or even a silly competition, he wants me to be the best. He pushes me harder when it comes to school. He believes that I have a bright future ahead of me, and wants me to make the most out of it by getting good grades and going to a good college. He has never let me settle for anything that is below average. He always tells me
As I entered my teen years, my father expected more out of me than just being a good student. Dad always seemed to have projects going on around the house, and I became his helper. It did not matter what the project was, he always seemed to need my help and I was not happy about that. I had better things to do than wasting a weekend working around the house. Somehow my dad knew how to do everything and felt it was his job to teach all of it to me. I was a teenager and had all of the knowledge I would ever need, so I thought. As it turned out, most of the skills I obtained helping my father led me to a rather lucrative career in manufacturing a few years later.
In conclusion, I am daddy's little girl and proud of that. I could not of asked for a better father. My dad has always been there for me and I wil always be there for him. I respect my father because he deserves to be. He stayed and was a father and never took the easy way out like in the world today most fathers do. I believe my father is the best at everything he does. He has been through so much in his life and still is a happy wonderful man; I would have been sad and depressed if I had to go through hald as much as my father. Dad is strong and looks ahead not behind, he always say the past is the past "always