First I’m going to touch on Mores, my character is a product of my customs and traditions. I come from a unique and diverse situation; both of my parents are immigrants from India. My whole family and I are practicing Hindus, although I have attended a catholic school for the past 12 years. I believe my life is made up of all the traditions and customs I grew up learning and practicing as well seeing when I go back to India.
Secondly, I would like to go into detail on Mores. I really do believe I strongly possess all three of these strengths and they shine through in all aspects of my life.
My physical strength is displayed in: all of my hard work that I put into my job that I have held for over 2 ½ years, I never complained about all the heavy workload I had to deal with and I came in anytime my bosses needed, that to some extent is what led to my promotion. Also, when I became Business Manager of Our School’s Yearbook my sophomore year, we faced a debt in excess of $9,000. It was a very challenging problem for anyone to face and I think my positive attitude, determination, and optimism is what helped me start an award winning sales team consisting of myself and three others and now I can say two years later we are cleared of debt!
My intellectual strengths are comprised mostly of my countless educational pursuits and leadership skills. When it comes to academics, I know how important it is to get a solid education. An education is something that you will always have no matter what. I have strived for excellence by taking the most challenging courses my high school offers. This past summer I was thrilled at the chance to take my knowledge to a University like Columbia and further build on my skills. Being around such motivated students, I pushed myself harder than I ever have before to succeed. I believe my summer at Columbia shows that I have already succeeded in a college environment, I dealt with the challenges, I adjusted to the changes of...