Family is my most important core value. Family brings out the best and worst in each of us. As we yield to and serve others we learn to love them and ourselves in the process. Many of us could never approach this form of selflessness in any other way. I believe having my family as my core value will allow my life to be great because I have a strong support system surrounding me. My mom is a great example of someone who admires the meaning family. It has helped her through the toughest parts of her life she said. “The greater the loyalty of a group toward the group, the greater is the motivation among the members to achieve the goals of the group, and the greater the probability that the group will achieve its goals.” My second core value is loyalty. Loyalty is simply the act of putting someone or something else ahead of one's self. If I stay true to people and they know I will be there no matter what, I will be able to gain not only their trust and respect but they will in return be loyal to me. Loyalty and respect for me is about a sense of belonging to something greater than myself. Loyalty will allow me to progress throughout life by helping me gain friends that know I will behind them. In my life I watch my grandma be loyal to my grandpa for 27 years. She said her best years of her life were spent with him.
I have adopted the value of hard work through examples of my family, teammates, and coaches. Throughout my life, and every little step of progress I’ve made I’ve always came back to the same conclusion hard work is a requirement to success. The more I’ve accepted that I need to work hard, the more progress I made toward my goals. A great example of how hard work as improved my life is that in every single job I have had I have received a raise. A person who has shown extremely hard work through his life is Thomas Jefferson. “I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson was the...
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