Moving Forward: Together

Scholarship Entrant: Patrick from Villa Park, Illinois
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.
Vote for Patrick: 1

Dreams are a lucrative possession, in multiple ways, for those with the will to fight to achieve them. My goal would be to connect my love of running with my interest in business to create a store. I believe my goal can bring more to people than just a shoe or some exercise apparel. It can ignite togetherness in communities around a positive activity, which is sometimes hard to find in today’s society. Runners have a sort of comradery in the struggle during runs. Everyone looks out for the person next to them and helps each other through the hard runs no matter the speed. I believe that with the ability to unite more people though my love I could then raise my business to a whole new level. I would stress the ideas of passion and encouragement to help people to learn to look out for people, not just on runs, but in everyday life. To see someone struggle in life is no different than on a run, a positive message can give someone that boost to help them through whatever difficulty they are dealing with. A simple ideal that I could help start could help everyone in the area not just runners. I, luckily, have an opportunity to use a hobby to bring people together and, I dream to make that a possibility.

Vote for Patrick: 1

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