There were many occasions in my life that have shaped my values, understanding, and school or career. I was raised by my parents to become a hard worker, independent, and caring person. I was taught how to be all these qualities by a combination of experiencing and viewing them first hand.
I quickly learned at a very young age the value of hard work. Both of my parents had worked hard to be able to afford a nice home, cars, and have financial stability. Their hard work not only paid off, but they taught my brother, my sister and I, that working hard was vital to life. I was always given a set of chores and an allowance every week, which taught me responsibility and how to manage money. I also realized that teamwork goes hand in hand with hard work. My brother and I would help each other with our chores from time to time. I didn’t know that teamwork plays a big role in the workplace that sometimes a coworker needed help to get the project done.
Growing up with two older siblings taught me to be thoughtful, patient, and respectful. Being the youngest of three, I learned I wouldn’t always get what I wanted. I would have to be patient and wait my turn for a lot of things, such as using the computer and the bathroom. I was glad that I was able to grow up with siblings to teach me these life lessons. All three of us had to be respectful of each other or we would get into trouble with my parents.
My parents raised me to be independent, which I can say that I am. I learned that I can’t always rely on other people and that I need to do things for myself, I control my own destiny. If I needed or wanted something done, then I would have to do it myself. I…