Perhaps you have heard of the great, young, people from history. - but what about in these days? Are there any ambitious young people left? The answer is yes. -from
young people everywhere are putting in their share. I have put together a collection of stories;
about the ambitious people of this age. -people, whom I hope, will inspire
you. We all have our gifts, our talents,
our dreams; - and something to give to the world around us. Some of us dare to dream, and do hard things,
while others go with the social norm.
These are stories of those who did dream, and who implemented those
dreams. - they made this world a better place, and I hope you will too. U.S.
Alia Sabur was 14 when she graduated high school. She was born in 1989, her mother was a reporter, and her Father a
native. She earned a Tae-Kwon-Do black
belt at the age of 9, left public school as a fourth-grader and was admitted to
State University of New York. She earned
an M.S. degree in 2006 and made the Guinness Record as the world's youngest
professor at age 18. In 2010, she came up will a plan to help alleviate the
Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the Pakistan Gulf of Mexico. She is currently a Material's scientist and
continues to inspire others. Her story
especially touches me; because she pursued an engineering degree and graduated
high school early. My plan is to also
graduate early and become an engineer.
John Shea - earned his bachelor's degree at age 17, got a scholarship into law school, and became an attorney at age 21. At age 15 he already had 18 college credits. “Don’t be bound to the expectations of the culture,” Shea says, “Try not to compare yourself to other people your age; instead, compare yourself to those you want to be like.” Those who work hard, display strong character, and set themselves apart from a mediocre generation of young people are those who will excel in all that they do. John Shea is a perfect example of this, and his young life testifies to the faithfulness of God in the lives of those who dedicate themselves to Him. To view full story - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fo60McfAzQ