Personal Introduction Statement.
My name is (Insert name) a student in (Insert school name). I have a passion in life and my experiences have challenged me in becoming a better person. I am focused, hopeful, and work to meet a defined goal in life. The economic trends in this country are a source of my inspiration for personal support and towards the growth of a better future. I aspire to leave a memorable legacy in this school and also everywhere that I offer my services. To achieve this, I intend to be committed to my studies, a hardworking person, and raise innovative ideas that assist in solving societal problems.
I consider my life experiences, despite their implications, as inspirational and motivational. Sometimes I like comparing global issues, as wide and complex as they are to my own life. For instance, if there are issues in class and I’m not in a position to solve, who then will solve the global issues that pull the human lifestyle behind? Being innovative is one of my weaknesses; solving problems, for example, in class only requires some innovative mind. For example, sometimes during my class work, there was a problem of class arrangement. Some students could not access the black board, and this was limiting their note taking. I introduced a desk arrangement whereby the desks were to be arranged squarely with two desks facing each other; this solved the problem.
Such innovative ideas are what the economy of this country needs; solving tomorrow’s challenges. From my realization I have a capability to solve technical issues, which every student’s feel challenging.
The modern high-tech society needs to have creative ideas so that every person whether an engineer or not, has a place in society. I believe that engineers have the greatest role when it comes to opportunity creation. While the demand of engineers is on an increasing trend, the competitive pressures and technology advancements are forcing industries to improve on their product differentiation. Employers rely on engineers on increased productivity. This is my calling, to make the society worthwhile and comfortable for every person.
My hopes of becoming an engineer are aroused by the works of Bill Moggridge, Jonathan Ive and Sir James Dyson. These are renowned engineers who have contributed in making the available nature forces work for the welfare of man. Jonathan Ive, for instance, developed the iPhone, iPad, iPod and iMac among others. This focused on easiness in communication and memory storage, which allowed a shift from the traditional view on functioning and communication to a modern efficient and convenient view. Sir Dyson introduced household products like vacuum cleaners, hand driers etc that are environmental friendly and make life easier. The works of Bill are what we use today in money transfers, shopping and payments.
The works of these engineers motivate me and make me become more interested in becoming an engineer. They have proven that the secret behind engineering and innovation is using the available theory. I intend to subject my class theory and make it a refined practice that makes life free of struggle.