exemplary traits of a future change-maker

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exemplary traits of a future change-maker by Mind Map: exemplary traits of a future change-maker

1. Courage and Resilience

1.1. ready to take risks and extremely persistent to overcome major obstacles without fear of failure

1.2. willing to challenge the status quo

2. Curiosity and Creativity

2.1. curious about the world

2.2. keep asking questions and looking for creative ways to find solutions

3. Adaptability and Open mind

3.1. don't fight change but embrace it

3.2. open to suggestions and feedback on their own ideas and are not afraid that someone will steal their idea

3.2.1. i created a currency system as well as a theme for a camp. i went to great lengths to calculate potential shortcomings as well as its feasibility in reality. we spent a day before the camp started off and luckily there were only minor problems about the system that i could fix in a short time. however the bad luck was that we had to cancel the camp just a week before the D-day due to the pandemic.

4. Leadership and Co-leadership

4.1. be able to build and manage a team to realize change-making ideas

4.1.1. i changed the way we recruit the core members: instead of finding new members about whom we've never known through forms and questions, we decided to connect with old colleagues and fellows in previous projects -> prevent misunderstandings and reach the highest potential as a team.

4.2. be able to inspire, motivate and guide audiences for support in making changes happen

4.3. eager to help peers and everyone in the community to find their power

4.3.1. i saw that most students of my school are not used to learning new knowledge and exchanging ideas critically, so i decided to host a debate competition with my best friend.

5. application's questions

5.1. activities that weren't displayed enough in the previous application

5.1.1. i created a currency system as well as a theme for a camp. i went to great lengths to calculate potential shortcomings as well as its feasibility in reality. we spent a day before the camp started off and luckily there were only minor problems about the system that i could fix in a short time. however the bad luck was that we had to cancel the camp just a week before the D-day due to the pandemic.

5.1.2. also, my class assignments.

5.2. most inspirational person in life. why?

5.2.1. it's definitely my father. i know that there are many excellent people out there but the only person i can really relate and feel more practical to believe in is my dad. if i had been asked this questions three years ago, i would have immediately refused my dad as one and found someone else famous to talk about. but after many fights, i realized that my dad is actually a great person to look up to; however, there was a generation gap between us that made me took him for granted for years. also,i believed that i can't better my future if i can't connect with my family mentally and verbally, so i went to great lengths to bridge the gap, and i succeeded. enterpreneurship: start new careers like making bricks, and mining gold, but he had to resign due to the reality of his wife having a baby and that they're away from each other which makes it hard for them to build a true family (their most important goal) then changed to the public sector -> adaptability. i think i take after him the habit of finding the answer by observing the way things work without asking stakeholders. he built relationships with the stakeholders despite the distance and eventually followed them to the brickyard and observed the brickmaker carefully and drew the whole system then he turned back home to apply it.

5.3. the most difficult time. how?

5.3.1. june of 2020. after the ...th outbreak of covid, final exam (but i managed because i could spend a lot of time exploring knowledge and studying myself without too much of teachers' intervention, it's like before the covid i only relied on teachers' instructions as i thought they were the best source of knowledge, but as i switched to self-studying during the pandemic, it turned out i understood the subjects more), also i had to finish the video deadline of NESC in a week, and i had to keep the dance workshops going because i started it with my heart and there was no reason i could leave it aside, plus the school's principal asked us for a performance at the closing ceremony. my calendar is filled from morning to evening and i couldn't spend time relaxing or taking a breath, sometimes i even get mad over my family for nothing. i thought i was on the verge of collapse but i kind of had an unremitting belief that all of these problems are meant to be solved as they were all scheduled on my calendar. -> result: i finished the final exam successfully, i got into the top 5 of the final showdown, getting me a ticket to Hanoi and later got the 3rd prize, and i managed to lead my dance team to finish the year-end performance, with which we earned the 1st prize at the local dance competition and which was our best performance ever. during the rehearsals, i was able to build close relationships with my teammates, and yes, we did great as a team.

5.4. proudest project. impacts?

5.4.1. It's Deluxe Troupe. I have planned this project since grade 9 when I'm yet a student of NBK. At first I didn't expect many things to come, I simply did it to fulfill my passion. But then the project gradually became a small business from which we could make a profit. Instead of having to pay for the mirrors, I worked hard to promote my team and got us booked for shows to earn the necessary emount of money. If that wasn't

5.5. a proposal for future projects

6. i can't change my future if i can't change the way my parents think about our generation. for example: to apply for FUV i had to really fight since my parents were always sticking with the traditionally well-known public schools.

7. in my projects and out in the world, i'm intended to work in cooperation with others.

8. my family income sometimes makes me feel shy or even anxious, but I believe that family financial background cann't determine the person I am, so I did everything I could. For example instead of paying for something in order to achieve the goal, I find another cheaper way around to reach it.