You and I are involved in the Missouri FFA and are part of the 25,920 FFA members that make up the Missouri FFA Association. We are involved! When I mean we are involved, I mean that we show up to events when we have to. We do as our advisor asks and nothing more, just simply be involved.
As a young FFA member I knew that I wanted to be more than just involved, I wanted to be committed to the FFA. Being committed to the FFA challenges us to do more than what we are expected to do, show up to every event possible, work our hardest towards our cause, and most importantly inspire the people that surround us. The most important explanation I can give for being committed is to do the unexpected for a cause and go above and beyond.
Our time in the FFA is limited, and that time can be spent either doing the bare minimum or going the extra mile to make the most of every moment. As you can see, being fully committed is not only important to yourself, but also to the people around you. It doesn’t matter if you are a player on the basketball team, a member of the oldest student-led organization in the world, or an employee at a company, you must be completely committed to what you are working towards. So, I hope that you can see your level of commitment plays a critical part in your life. When times seem to be getting tough and overwhelming, just remember that you are committed and can achieve anything you set your mind to. I will leave you with this self quote, “Make the most of your moment now because the moment you are in now will be a reflection of tomorrow’s moments. Always be committed to the moment!”
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