In everything I do, I always believe inputting my best foot forward.
Since I am a school badminton player, I train for three hours on alternate days of the week to help me improve on the game.
When I first started playing badminton, I was not very good but the coach was patient in training me.
I soon progressed with time and effort.
Today, my heart swells with pride when I look at the trophy standing on my shelf.
My studies do not
take a back seat though, because education is one of the keys to success.
Education opens new doors and opportunities in future and I would never dream of shutting out these chances by
blundering my studies.
I make sure that I spend an adequate amount of time, revising my daily work so that I do not fall behind from weekly lessons.
Balancing my time between badminton and studying is important.
Doing my best in everything does not mean that I give myself unnecessary stress and worry.
While I may strive to become better, I accept that I am not a superhuman.
I set goals for myself that I know I will be able to achieve and work towards them.
That way, I do not get needlessly disappointed when I am not the top student or badminton player.
The glowing feel of satisfaction is all the reward I need to do my best in anything.