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My motivation is not only my love for the sport, but to play for the kids around the world who don’t have the same opportunities that I do. I desire to keep this dream going until I can’t play anymore.
Having a voice is a big part of being a leader. My voice is loud in a lot of people’s minds especially my brothers. I help them with school if need be, and I especially help my youngest brother who has autism. It’s very hard for him to focus because his mind runs wild, but I like to connect what he’s learning to things he loves like games, animals, and soccer. In the community through National Honors and Spanish Honors, I’ve gone to schools and helped children with their work and to help them understand. I’m very fortunate to have that voice in English and Spanish. Spanish is a nice advantage to have against teams who communicate their plans like that! On the pitch I am very vocal. It doesn’t matter if it’s a little comment like “drop,” “square,” or “man on” because all of it is equally important. Through the teams that I’ve been on, I make friends that eventually turn into family and I think that’s the greatest joy that leadership could get you.
Athletes must take hold of every opportunity whether is be school, food, water, and rising in the competition. I eat healthy, and drink plenty of water. I train regularly with my father and a personal trainer. Just as I exercise my body, I have to exercise my mind because without good grades I could not play soccer. My grades are equal to soccer in which the harder I work, the better my grades are.
I am in the National Honors Society, so service is what we do. At the moment I’m tutoring a kindergarten boy. Doing this service couldn’t make me any more happy than it does right now because I know I’m doing something that will help this kid move on and succeed.
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