The best college essay ever written
1. “The Matador” by Braden Rawson
I was born into a family of bullfighters. My father, my uncles, my grandfatherall of them had been matadors, and I was expected to follow in their footsteps. But I had other plans.
At a young age, I learned to appreciate the beauty and power of the bull. I saw the way it moved with grace and strength, the way it could captivate a crowd, and the way it could bring out the best in a matador. I was fascinated by the complexity of the bullfighting art, and I wanted to be a part of it.
So, I started training. I practiced every day, learning the techniques and skills necessary to become a successful matador. I studied the history of bullfighting, the different styles and strategies, and the etiquette of the arena. I watched videos of legendary matadors and studied their techniques. I even took a few lessons from a professional matador.
I was determined to make my mark in the world of bullfighting. I wanted to be the best matador I could be.
My hard work paid off. I was accepted into a prestigious bullfighting school in Spain, where I learned from some of the best matadors in the world. I competed in numerous competitions, and I eventually earned the title of El Matador.
I am proud of my accomplishments as a matador, but I am even more proud of the lessons I have learned. Bullfighting has taught me the importance of discipline, focus, and respect. It has shown me the power of dedication and hard work. It has taught me to never give up, no matter how difficult the task.
I am now a professional matador, and I am living my dream. I have taken the lessons I have learned in the arena and applied them to my life. I am now a better person, and I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the world of bullfighting.