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I would love to play eSports in college because I love games. I've been playing games since I was little, being introduced to halo around the age of 4 by my siblings who are also very into games. I have a passion for wanting to be the best, I want to rise higher every day to get better and better until I'm on top. If I could add more game time to my day, I would do it, so I'm hoping getting into eSports could push me just enough to help me with rising to my potential.
In game, I consider myself a leader through my communication with the team. I let them know what our plan could be, or what we need for the round. Callouts are also a big help mid game. However, outside of gaming, leadership can be a bit tougher to acquire. You need to be confident in what do. In band at my school, I believe I embody being a leader, although I wasn't given the role, I like to be the person people look up to or strive to be. Confidence, communication, and knowledge are what I believe to be the strongest points of a leader.
Always put academics before games, whether I am high level or not, finishing school and college are also very important if I need a stable life in the future. With staying healthy, drinking a bunch of water always helps, and staying out of consistent bad food habits is also good to do.
I go on retreats and help out around my church because I love the community there, and some of my good friends go there as well. It's also important for me to go on the retreats because we help people in need of food, water, housing, or just a friendly face. I love knowing that I've impacted someone in a special way.
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