The first half of this year at FMA was an intense learning experience for me, to say the least. I came here with a chip on my shoulder and an attitude that I couldn’t overcome difficult challenges in my path. The staff at FMA helped that chip come off pretty fast.
I’ve had plenty of time to reflect on my past and on my future, and I’ve learned if I put my mind to something, even something I think I can’t do at first, I get it done. I wish I could have started FMA with this attitude because I would have learned a lot more.
I am working to become an honorable person while I am here and to continue to develop habits that will help me succeed in my life. Developing the habit of honor is important because people will have more trust in what I do and say on a day-to-day basis. I will develop honor by living it daily and by building meaningful relationships with people who encourage me to be the best I can be.