Respecting To My Father: What Motivates Me

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Something that inspires me is respect because my dad really teaches me a lot of respect and i want to get better at having more respect so that's what i will be working on this year. Respect means a lot to people because people that have respect are good people and are going to do good things in their lives. I look up to my dad because my dad has been there since day one he has taught me many thing like how to be a man but most of all he teaches me how to be respectful. Respect is going to get you many places because if you don't have respect it is not going to get you that far in life. If you want respect then you need to treat others with respect to because it is the right thing to do.
My personal improvement would be my school work because last year i really wouldn't do my work because i would either be to lazy or i would just not want to do it. This year is going to be different because i am going to stay on task this year and do all my work and not fall behind this year because this is really
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Another thing that i would want to help out with is at least helping them with one of the bills because i could see that my mom and my dad have been having some trouble with the ills and i know that it would make than happy to see me helping them with a bill. I would help more outside because my dad likes to have the outside clean i would like him to come home one day not to worry about outside just just worry about relaxing instead of having to clean outside. I know it would really make my parents happy because they will know how hard i worked and will probably end up giving me some money for helping out. My parents work hard to provide things for me and the least i could do for them is help out around the

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