To initialise the process of turning our classroom into a magazine company, we decided to divide roles between the students, and immediately I looked down to the role with least responsibility. I wanted to lay back in my comfort zone and do what I always do, however I recalled a famous saying by Albert Einstein:
If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.
I thought of this and said to myself: What if I change? What if I take a risk? What if I take a leap forward and use this opportunity to grow as a student, a learner and a person?
After sleeping on it, I had finally decided on a idea that was even greater than what it seemed. I decided to take a leadership role focusing on the layout for the magazine. But what did this really mean for me? Well it is in fact my first real leadership role, and I am sure to encounter some bumps in the road, however I trust this experience will help me develop in the areas I need improvement, and serve as a great opportunity to expand my comfort zone.
“The earth has music for those who listen.”