College Admissions Essay: A Career As A Dancer

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To people who don’t know who I am, I have always been known as the pretty brown skinned girl that had something special about herself that they could not figure out. Nonetheless, whenever I am put in the spotlight to showcase my talents, everyone can finally see what is so mysteriously special about me. I have a quiet confidence about myself that makes people want to get to know me better, and I also stand out amongst other people who are highly confident about themselves. Additionally, I am a talented dancer that uses the special trait of quiet confidence to my advantage when I have to be a leader for my team. My talent/trait of dancing and having a quiet confidence is meaningful to me and would leave this application incomplete without it because these traits help me to appreciate who I am and they will ultimately help me have a successful future. When I was about four or five years old, I was introduced to Ballet. I adored being a little ballerina and would read the same dance booklet everyday, practicing the five positions and gracefully positioning my tiny arms and fingers to match the little girl in the illustrations. Because I loved dance so much, my mother enrolled me in Donna Hammond-Phelps …show more content…

My traits have led me to my current path in ways unimaginable. My dancing skills allow me to persevere through difficult challenges, be more flexible, and adapt to change more efficiently, while my quiet confidence allows me to be more humble. With the help of these talents and traits and the lessons I learned from them, I am able to be the most excellent version of myself and make the best out of my life. In the present day, I can assess how these traits help me in school, at home, and in the dance studio. Ultimately, possessing these talents and traits, I have the potential to go far and be successful in the

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