Watching my acquaintances, friends, and family members, I noticed that finding a business that you want to do is challenging, and unloved work overshadows your whole life. For this reason, I believe that I am incredibly lucky – although I am only 19, I know what I want to do. My childhood dream about the fireman profession, in adulthood, became my goal. When I was a little boy I witnessed a fire in the neighborhood, I remember the fear of people around and how I admired the strength and speed of the rescuers, they were calm and did their job. Growing up, I realized their courage and professionalism and an incredible contribution to people’s lives. Understanding the complexity and responsibility of the firefighter’s post, I created a work plan for myself, which includes physical training, the development of willpower, the acquisition of first aid skills, and much more.
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I strive to implement my plan and achieve my goal with the best means and methods since work at the FDNY will not tolerate satisfactory results. For me, training at CAHE is what it takes to gain the best skills and become a certified EMT. Thanks to physical training, I became much disciplined, able to focus on work, and quickly respond in extreme situations efficiently. These skills make me an excellent student who appreciates the provided opportunities.
I believe that my commitment and experience at CAHE will be able to distinguish me among the candidates for the program at FDNY. Having become an EMT now, I will be able to work as a firefighter as early as possible without waiting several years for the next training program. In this way, I strive to become a better firefighter and contribute to helping people in my community. Mahatma Gandhi was sure “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” (“Engaged leadership,” 2018, p. 122). I try to adhere to this principle and am sure that working as a fireman, and saving people will fulfill my calling.
Engaged leadership: Transforming through future-oriented design thinking. (2018). Springer International Publishing.