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Rising Up to the Challenge

Hello Everyone!

I’m sure for most of you, your goal is to get a higher rank and eventually be a leader in ACP or any other army. What makes this difficult is that other people want that position. You must step it up in order to be ahead of everyone else and willingly use most of your time to become a better troop.

First off, you can step it up by being loyal. There are many ways to indicate your loyalty, but here are several ways. Now, what does it mean to be loyal? Being loyal is indicating that you care and are trustworthy. For example, you show loyalty when you attend mostly every event. You are showing that you care about each and every event. In addition, being loyal means to stay active and be aware of what’s to come.

Secondly, in order to be ahead of everyone else you must take the time to do whatever that is possible to take a step further. Furthermore, you need to find a way to stand out  from others by being a good troop. When you stand out, you catch people’s eye and they notice how much effort you are putting into your work. If they don’t notice at all, then what’s the point of putting all this effort into something nobody is aware about.

Though it is difficult to get to a position everyone wants to be, you can find a way to get there.You must be open-minded and ready for the coming because you never know what challenges lie ahead.


3 Responses

  1. What if we can’t make every event due to other affairs?

  2. I try my best to make every event, but May is a busy month for me.

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