For 7 years, I developed a somewhat positive rapport with people in all walks. Shrouded in mystery and known for association and talents, I move forward and backward through the lives of others, being there when they need it and disappearing when they do not. It is not a way to be selfish, rather it is my way to get a moment to ‘woosah’ myself. I know how to appear and disappear at the same time, which is why I am known for my aspects instead of my personal life.
Before the reputation was built, I built myself physically and mentally. It is not everyday that someone can be classified as an intellectual and a gym rat. That means, I lift smart, not hard. Well, let me break it down: I push my limits, but I do it effectively. I know how it feels for training injuries and it is not a fun experience. (Knees and elbow are another story for another day)
Mentally, I excel in one aspect: Confidence. I stand for maintaining life in any way possible. I stand for morality in respect and realism. Never fake, and always greet someone with a smile, regardless of your own personal feeling. Sometimes, I believe that people are looking for someone who would show a genuine concern instead of a solemn, “How are you?” I try to remember how I saw a person last; this way, I have more to talk about and more to ask. My concern is a person’s welfare, whether they like me or not. It is not how many like you, it is actually the type of people who like you. I aimed for people who are trying to do the same thing I am doing: Achieve success.
I am known for my talents, personality, and greek association. Everything I do in life, I do it with pride and respect. To show that you care about the things you do and your appearance means that it will be positive, as long as you try. Some people, honestly, want to see that someone actually puts an effort.
Every day in life gets 100% of attention.
What percent do YOU give?
Positively known for always going 100.
What are YOU known for?
Part 3: Greek Life (What it Is). Stay tuned.