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How Role Models Affect Our Lives

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In our daily lives, we will always meet different people who will bring us inspiration and motivation. Later, these people will become who we admire and make us want to be like them. Role models tend to influence a great part of our live and set good examples for other people. They help us to become what we want to be, give us inspiration and help us. They are often influential to what we value and because of these things; they play a major role in our lives.

There are a lot of things in our society that will help us and influence us about what we want to be and a role model is one of the most important factors. Role models are the ones that usually have more experience and they will sometimes guide people who are lost. For example, my best friend will give me opinions and inspire me to do things that I haven’t thought about; he influences me to make the right decisions when I don’t have the ability to make them myself. Role models influence our decisions and help us to become what we want to be and their words guide us through depression.

Role models will also give us a third-person opinion that is often really important advice and will motivate us when we are caught in a bad situation. Whenever the help is needed, role models will always be there and give us opinions and if necessary, they will also give some useful advice to people that need it. A friend of mine usually asks my teacher for opinions to make a better decision on what he is facing. Because he wants to do everything correctly, his teacher’s opinion can be very influential to him. Role models give us opinions and sometimes advice to guide us in order to get a better view of what the world is. They also will give us a hand in harsh situations that we may experience.

Lastly, role models’ opinions sometimes will be influential in what we value; their actions tend to overwrite what we believed in. Their actions influence our lives very much; they often become our teachers that do not teach any...