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I hear-I forget I see-I learn I do-I understand -- Gennady V Oster Today I am happy for who I am I believe every new day should be treated as a fresh start I look upon life as a challenge and set many hard goals to achieve Building on that I take pleasure in keeping busy I find it very difficult to do nothing for long periods of time I consider leaning as the greatest benefit we have in life Many great people have been heard to say Knowledge is power and with power comes respect I would like to add that if you want the respect you first have to give it therefore the line Treat others in a way in which you wish to be treated holds great power to me Living to lead is my motto being in control is a great feeling whether it is of a situation or of the people around you Thankfully I am generally not a shy person though many strong leaders in this world have their share of shyness and still yet succeeded Apart from all my vast ideologies it seems kind of strange that my favorite pastime is cars Since being fussy was something I was born with I only enjoy newer Fast and the Furious type cars classics dont really catch my attention Another great pastime of mine is movies I enjoy wartime type shows more so for the action and not the killing as well as more dramatic type movies like American Beauty and A Beautiful Mind The one last and final things that I could not possibly live without is summer I hate winter always did always will I really should be living in Tampa It just isnt right Now finally my weakness the only one I can think of which is just more annoying rather than considering it a flaw is small talk Intelligent conversation must occur in order
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