On those dates after school I would go to my father company to do some tasks. The secretary had a schedule of things I was supposed to do. This experience helped me become better at multitasking. I have applied that knowledge in my studying routine to study multiple subjects at once.
I remember on many instances in my lifetime that my father has helped develop my skills and abilities. He bought me a computer when I was ten years old. He said the computer was going to change our world and I needed to master its use at a young age. Instead of video games my father bought me instructional software for my computer. My father always believed in me. He would encourage me to participate in activities that could help me grow as a person. In my spare time as teenager I volunteered in a homeless shelter. He always told me that participation in volunteer work builds character. As a student a person that has character is able to battle school work with lots of perseverance.
My father was a great role model. He was the CEO of company, thus he knew how to utilize leadership to influence the behavior of others. I saw first had when I worked at my dad’s company how he was able to inspire his employees to become more productive. He inspired me to become a better student. I like reading from a very young age. My father would always buy me different books to read. He would take me every week to the local bookstore. If I saw a book I liked and told him the reason why I wanted to read it he would purchase the book for me. The desire and passion for reading I develop at young age helped me later in life when I had to read a lot for school work. It also helped me become more adept at researching for information. My father’s guidance is the primary reason I became a good student as an adult. He taught me the importance learning had in life. In order to get a good job in the competitive business environment of the