Personal Narrative: How I Changed My Behavior

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The lights dimmed and the conference hall grew silent, as the speaker began to talk. Today would be the second day that I would subject myself to the Dickens process. Based on Charles Dickens “Scrooge”, this process would slowly bring me through what my future would be like if I kept my current behavior and what my future could become if I changed my behavior. The first time I was subjected to this process was at Tony Robbins’ Unleash The Power Within (UPW). I was super nervous despite what my mom and my sister told me. As Tony lead us into a horrible future, the ginormous room was filled with screams, moans, and whimpers. It seemed as though I just entered the scariest haunted house ever. At that moment, I wished I had went out with the younger children. Throughout the next few minutes I was unable to feel what it would be like if my negative behavior caused me to have a lackluster future. Because of that I felt like a child, yes there may have been distractions but the truth of the matter was that I didn't want to face an unpleasant future. But, at my second go around I promised myself to go all out.…show more content…
To get here I had to go through an intensive interview process, and to me just getting was an accomplishment.At this alternative summer camp, I was able to learn to be myself and not care about what others thought. I laughed more than I ever had and I cried more than I have had. Also I learned what it meant to be a leader and even was a leader of the day. Despite feeling like I was on cloud nine, there was a little part in me that was afraid to go through the Dickens process. The next couple of days I told my friends about the upcoming process, warning them to brace themselves. Before I knew it, it was

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