To make it to your country’s Olympic team in any sport is an enormous achievement. Olympic athletes train for years and most go home from the Olympic Trials without a spot on the team. To make it to that vaunted position – and have a chance to compete for the Gold- one must have truly exceptional abilities and a determination to succeed. To make the team five or even seven times in a row, like American swimmer Michael Phelps (going to Rio for his fifth Olympics) and Indian tennis player Leander Paes (going to Rio for an astounding SEVENTH Olympic Games) is a feat that is almost hard to comprehend. The focus, drive, single-mindedness of purpose and perseverance required is truly super-human.
It should give the reader inspiration to consider that such achievement is possible. It should also make the challenges involved in enrolling and completing nurse assistant training school seem far more manageable by simple comparison. If you’ve been thinking about nurse assistant training school as an option, for a better career, greater job security and upward mobility, but you’ve been concerned about how difficult it may be to do it, then you should simply think about Phelps and Paes. As they head to Rio De Janiero for the Olympics, they should inspire anyone with a goal, a dream or just the desire to succeed.
If this American swimmer and Indian tennis player can do the impossible 5 times each, you can do nurse assistant training school once!