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 I have been fortunate to have many experiences with my family and groups. There is one particular experience that I think has changed me completely. The ULBC program (Urban League of Broward County) changed my way of thinking and everything in general. The people I met, places I have traveled and information I have learned have all inspired me to know that I have potential to do anything that I set my mind to. When you go to a new place, you don’t know what is going to happen or who you are going to meet which can be nerve-wracking. At ULBC I met a lot of talented, intelligent, and intellectual people. I became connected with them more easily than I thought I would, as we made an effort to share our stories and learn about each other. While with them, I learned how to work more efficiently in a group to accomplish a simple task. ULBC has prepared me for the work force, but more importantly, the reality of fellowship. This to me means that in the future I know that I will be successful just because of another person’s help. No matter what, you will always need the help of other people or someone. Even though you can do the task it is impossible to do it alone, that’s why I think partnership is important. Most tasks you’ll have to do on your own but may need a little help along the way. ULBC has taught me the importance of partnership and also to be an accomplished independent individual. At ULBC there were a lot of activities that I went through. I learned what worked and what didn’t and that is if you argue you’ll get know where. But at the end of the day none of it matters because everyone will pull it together in the end as long as you do your part. It is not easy trying to accomplish one thing with a group of people that think differently. ULBC made you think a lot in different activities that all had different outcomes. Like this one activity that had to with a group and it involved several people. What we had to do was detangle ourselves without separating our hands from each other. There were teams, so the group that could do it first would win a prize. I personally thought it was impossible but as a group we communicated and not only that but as a person it is also important to speak up or nothing will ever happen and you’ll never achieve anything. That’s another thing I learned as I spent my days with ULBC.I really enjoyed spending my time at ULBC and I’m glad that I get to share my travel experience to whom this may concern and I hope you enjoyed my experience as well.

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