As some of you may know, I'm a huge fan of the television show Ugly Betty. If not, then hey, I'm an Ugly Betty fan. She's like a role model, in addition the show being entertaining.
What makes a role model? Well, a role model is someone who does things that inspire others. A role model is someone who might not necesarily be the best at something, but they tend to have a very broad defination of being able to looked up to. Fictional character or not, it doesn't matter. Everyone has a role model.
One of my role models is the show's protagonist, Betty. I consider Betty to be a role model because she is a writer, and a blogger, both things I am. She knows what she wants, and she's a strong person. She's a good friend to Daniel, (her boss), and sometimes she doesn't always get what she wants. Yet, she doesn't let that stop her. What I admire about her the most is although sometimes life doesn't go her way, nothing would rain on her parade. That's a good skill to have in life, because nothing ever goes smoothly in life, a skill I sometimes wish to possess. I also love how she works hard to get everything that she desires, and when she gets it, it's because she deserves it.
We all can learn something from her. I learned to work for what I want; to fight for who/what I love, and to take chances. What can you learn from Betty?