Model Un Application Essay

Model Un Application Essay-90
I see a MUN culture where we improve each other by striving to be better.

I see a MUN culture where we improve each other by striving to be better.

Also, after my competitive days ended, and I stopped the ‘mental working out in the gym of the Model UN in the same way, all I was left with were the hard-earned skills.

Competitive or not, what comes easy goes easy and to get these skills you will need to work and work hard.

These skills can only come from practice and drive and I feel that it doesn’t matter if you’re coming from competition or curiosity.

As long as you aren’t immoral, and don’t bribe or get someone else disqualified, and play within the very stretched confines of the game, it doesn’t matter why you’re doing it.

You will respect who is good and who is serious, whether they are competing or not.

In the end, you will respect who is good and who worked hard.

I see the working on skills to make them memorable in a room of perfect speeches, I see a room where everyone does their prep on everyone else and comes with clashes and calls to action ready to engage.

I see a room where after a speech everyone has a proper assessment of their fellow delegates and each speech has multiple layers of subtext and a different message is heard by 6 different people, and each interpretation intentional.

Also, the competitor should realize that this is learning for real life and not go too low and also make sure they are learning as well.

I admit that I was very competitive, but ask all of my students and you will hear that I don’t drive competition in my classes, and try to create a warm environment in the class. However, if not for my competitive drive I would never have got the habits, skills and information I do.


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