It’s good to overcome and face challenges for many obvious reasons, but there may be risks and results and in the end you will probably learn something very valuable in the near to far future. In every day life we have challenges. For example sitting in class everyday to go to school and having the strength to push through to the next day. If you have the courage to take on challenges there may be risk involve. If you strive to excel in your challenge and fail you will think it’s a big waste of time but you can learn from what you did.
One situation where I had a huge risk was in the in state Basketball Championship when I was a freshman. I had to have the courage step up in front of thousands as the youngest guy on the court. The risk of playing in that game was if I failed then all the people would see it. Another risk is that I would do something embarrassing, like trip over my own foot. One more situation were I had a risk was on my second semester English final. English is one of my hardest classes and I had a B in the class and I needed. a C to pass with a B.
I could have studied for hours the night before just to get a C+ in the class I needed a B in. After you have the courage to take a risk you will get a result weather its good or bad. You can learn a lot about the result of the challenge. In the situation where I had to go into a huge game as a freshman I learn more things than I could have if I didn’t have the boldness to play. I learned that if you have great friends and leaders around you that they can help you through anything. In my English final it was a different way of looking at it.
Lesson Learned History of My Writing The experiences that shaped my ability as a writer are easy for me to recall. I had a very supportive English teacher my first two years of high school. I also scored perfectly on my writing essay for the G. E. D. practice test, and nearly perfect on the G. E. D. test. These experiences impacted the way that I write now. Mr. Geller was a very intense man who ...
I didn’t get the grade I wanted and I though I studied enough but I learned that you can always be over prepared for a test or anything in life. Most people don’t have enough bravery to except a challenge and push through, but those who do have huge benefits. If you meet a challenge it builds inner strength and allows you to face greater challenges in the future. Confronting challenges makes for a smaller ego and therefore you learn that there is still more to be learned. Facing challenges also helps build self-responsibility so you don’t have to rely on others and you cannot drop the blame on other people.
Also you can learn from all your challenges and the mistakes you’ve made. In the artist Adel’s song “Stronger” she explains “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. ” Facing different challenges could be the hardest thing you do in life but if you push through to the end there will be serious learning points and several benefits. In conclusion its valuable to face challenges, have the true grit to risk facing it but in the end there will either be a good or bad result and you will have the benefit of learning from it.