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What Does It Mean To Be A Real-Life Superhero?

To be a real-life superhero means working to be the best version of yourself.  It does not mean you are perfect all the time, but you allow yourself the grace to be a work in progress.  A real-life superhero makes choices that enrich, not only their life, but also the lives of others.  Being a real-life superhero means using the best of who you are – skills, education, talents, strengths to make positive contributions in significant areas of your life.  It’s knowing that you may not always get the recognition and praise you deserve, but it’s in your heart to always do what is right and give your best.  It’s knowing you have incredible worth, value, and purpose.  It’s knowing you may have moments of fear and weakness, but will not give up. 

And finally, being a real-life superhero means you are on a mission to make your mark in the world and leave a lasting legacy.  It doesn’t matter what your vocation is, what school you work in, you can leave a positive mark.  You can leave a memorable legacy in your family, community, church, school, you name it.  You are here for a reason!

Remember, you are your own unique superhero.  As there is only one Superman or one Wonder Woman, there is only one you.  Be the best real-life superhero you can be.

Sincerely,

Mary Beth Smith
President
Educational Office Professionals of Ohio
Administrative Assistant
c/o Great Oaks Career Campuses 
110 Great Oaks Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45241
Phone: (513) 612-3625 Fax: (513) 771-6575