Motivation

Scholarship Entrant: Derrick from Goodwell, OK
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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Staying active, eating right, and religion have proven to promote good health and happiness. Over 50% of children and 40% of adults are obese today with it steadily increasing. God and Health are most important to me and I believe it is most important to others too. If I could do what I loved most I would be a personal trainer changing the world by motivating the people that do not believe in anything by helping them realize that they can do whatever they desire in life and show them by example, First, I would major in psychology attending the University Of Maryland so I could understand and comprehend more with the human mind. I would need to understand how a person thinks to further help and motivate them to stay healthy and fit. Then one of the top personal training certification programs in the nation which is American Council on Exercise to assist a person in working out but not only to work out but to see results. Lastly, I would start in one of the obese states in the U,S and work my way to the least and get a nation-wide program started called “Believe” for low self esteem people that do not believe they can do anything. My program will be more than just working out but it will also be a motivational one.

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