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I have always enjoyed entertaining others. I love science and have the ability to become good at almost any game I play. When I learned that this could be a path to a career, or even a career I became very excited. From that day forward I have done everything in my power to make that dream a reality.
When it comes to out of game environments, I tend to be the person who directs people in the right direction, or organizes a group into categories although if need be, knowing how to listen is equally if not more important. In game, I have the ability to what my friends say "hyper analyze" game play. I can learn mechanics very quickly and start to notice what I or my teammates did wrong or right. Not only is constructive criticism important but being close and having good friendships with the team is important. The ability to socialize when playing (say in practice or after practice or something) is incredibly essential.
Well when it comes to balancing Esports and Schooling. Schooling always comes first. If I do not maintain mostly A's and Some B's I take time off of games until I realize what was going wrong. To maintain a healthy life on top of all of what is going on with schooling etc.. I plan. Scheduling is one way to keep your life in check, no matter how busy you may seem.
I am a part of National Honor Society. This is a group of scholars with a 3.0 GPA or higher that travel around their community doing service. This is important to me because it shows that no matter how hard you work for yourself, there is always something that you can do for others. If people remember you as that kid who went to school and was smart that is good, but if they remember you as that kid who went to school, was smart, and had a heart of gold, you can be sure that you have made a significant impact on the people around you.
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