Writing And Its Effect On My Life

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Writing and Its Effect On My Life Do you ever have trouble writing papers and staying focused? Does writers’ block frequently occur to you? Well, if you’re anything like me writing just isn’t natural for you, even though you have been doing it since you were a kid in grade school. Today I would like to talk to you about my personal experiences in life that have helped me become the man and writer I am today. I’ll inform you about what motivates me or discourages me during the writing process, what I want to become more educated on, what interests me within my field of study, some questions and concerns I have regarding my own beliefs, and how I plan to extract information and skills from this class that I will use to pursue my…show more content…
I played outfield for the Titans mostly right field, but I alternated positions within the outfield throughout our season. We only practiced a few times a week, so we made the best of it and always consistently brought our A-game. When it came to game time we always brought that same intensity and it paid off. During the course of our season we nearly mercy everyone we played, including teams like Holdredge and Lexington who were two classes above us. This bought our confidence through the roof so when it was tournament time no other team could match up with us, so we went on to win the Twin River Valley championship back to back years and our record stood strong at 26-0. While writing I become very discouraged and extremely unmotivated if I am assigned a certain topic that is uninteresting to me and I am unable to stay focused on the main content of the paper. One time when I was a senior in high school my history teacher assigned us a term paper that had to be at least 8 pages long and had to be over the American civil war and that interests me but only to a certain extent and I had issues writing in depth about my main points and staying on track. I prefer to have the freedom to express myself over a topic of my choice, because I feel like I can stay on track, and express my opinion and use supporting evidence on that topic to back up my reasoning in a good manner. When I become unmotivated it usually takes me ten
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