Show MoreEveryone has had accomplishments in their life, and behind those accomplishments is someone who has had an impact on their life. My mother is my greatest influence for several reasons. She supports me, and the decisions I make, showed me that success comes from hard work, she inspires me and taught me to always believe in myself. Whenever I am faced with a problem and have to make a decision, I know that my mother will be behind me one-hundred percent no matter what avenue I choose to travel down is. It is a great feeling to know that someone is always going to support me in anything I choose to do. It alleviates much of the stress that comes along with making decisions. For example, when I could not make a decision and choose…show more content…
Success comes from hard work, energy, dedication, and a support system. My mother is one of my biggest support systems and examples. During my first semester at college, my goal was to earn an A as a grade in my Anatomy and Physiology class for multiple reasons. One reason was because I strive for great grades, and after I received a grade I was not happy with, my mother was there to boost up my morale and to encourage me to try different studying methods that would be beneficial in the course. After trying out new study methods and having more confidence in myself I was able to raise my average to an A. By studying hard, and having dedication with this class, I was able to succeed. My mother inspires me to do well in school because she had it a lot harder than me. She was the only one in her family to go to college, and to graduate as a registered nurse. She knows how challenging the courses are in the medical field and is well aware of the challenges I am faced with in the classes. She worked a full-time job while attending school, to pay her way through college. I admire her dedication she had towards herself and her future. She believed in herself that she could get through college and become a nurse, and she did.
In conclusion, I have been influenced by my mother to do well in not only school, but in life. She has taught me that in order to
My Hero: My Mother Essay
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The one person that I could never live without, the reason I am standing till this day, is my mother. My mother is who I thank and admire most of all. Without her dedication and hard work, I would be in the squatters of the Philippines, stuck in a place where it is a very difficult place to make a good enough living or even make enough money to keep the bread on the table for your family. Her main goal and dream was to pass the NCLEX exam, it would permit her to go to America. That would allow her to make a better living and life for herself and to get a job, in order to send back money needed for her family.
My mom was the eldest of nine siblings. It was extremely difficult for them to have enough money to buy food,…show more content…
She knew that a good education would be the only way to become successful in the future. My mom made a promise to herself, to have full dedication in her school work in order to move to America, to earn money for her family. She wanted to get control of her life and make sure to have a great education.
She enjoyed learning and studying in high school. She would lock herself in her room, and sat in a desk that was in the corner of the room. She would study nonstop, even eating dinner as she read her books. She was so proud of herself when she did great on all her tests and finals. Her friends would invite her to go out and eat at the mall, but she would remember the promise she made to herself, to put all schoolwork before everything, because it was more important. Once she graduated high school with the highest average of her class, she worked even harder in her college classes. She enrolled to get a Metical Technology degree because she knew the employers were always needed in the medical field.
My mom studied day and night to pass her board exam. The board exam was what you needed to pass in order to graduate college. She passed that exam swiftly and worked toward her next exam, that allowed her to travel to America and would guide her to the successful future she truly deserved. That exam was called, “The State Board Exam”. It was an extremely hard exam that many Filipinos took in order to move to America. Many even took