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Unformatted text preview: extent where I would never state my opinion if my words were to hurt or offend another. Also, my parents wish for my success and have assisted me in eliminating some of my weaknesses by enlightening me on how to modify my mistakes into an achievement for all. My uniqueness comes from my energy and positivity to others who need the confidence for success. Likewise, I want success for others because everyone deserves a chance to lead a happy and fulfilling life. Experiences have taught me success is not being superlative to everyone, but finding joy throughout life. Ten years from now if I can answer yes to the question, “Am I a fortunate person?” I will consider myself an enormous success. I am fortunate to have reached the goals that I have and accomplishing many on my own has helped me to become a more independent person. Staying positive when times were rough has brought me success....
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- ten years, independent young adult, Thayer Scholarship, exceptionally important aspect