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Everyone has a story And its that story good or bad that can help change another persons lifewhether it is minor or drastic What I hope to accomplish is to be thought of as reliable honest trustworthy and good natured There will be many times during my life when I will move on from a jobfrom school from a career moving on to new friends and in some cases leaving old ones behind I hope that when those people think of me and the past and experiences I had with them that they smileStarting off with high school I would like to be remembered as the girl who could make anyonefeel better about their self One of my biggest goals amongst my friends and people in my life is tobrighten their day and make them feel good whether its from a simple compliment pep talk or justsomething funny or inspiring I said to them I have always been told that I have a gift for making peoplesmile which feels great to hear I also want to be remembered for being trustworthy To me that is one ofthe most important values in a friendship or any relationship with anyone In high school I feel that findinga true friend who is trustworthy is very rare Ive had several friends that have gone behind my back andsaid things that were unkind or done things to sabotage the friendship I had with them and that has always been a deal breaker for me Because of that reason I have always held the values of honesty and trust dear inmy heart and promised myself that no matter how hard it was I would always keep those traitspresent and hopefully in turn be remembered for itA lot of people want to be remembered for their GPA intelligence looks or their athleticsbut those things only go as far as helping yourself These things also dont help you in the long run as
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