A year ago, I was approached by my senior if I am interested to run as one of the student council officers. At first, I doubted myself if I can be a good leader and if I can balance my academics and my duties. I questioned my capabilities as a leader, as a student, and as a person. But, I twisted my way on how to see things. I think not just by my mind but also with my heart. I turned my doubts into my strength and use it as a motivation to prove to myself and to other people that I am capable, and can be a good leader. This kind of mindset broke the walls that I built for myself and set me free from a cage, where I put myself into, in order to explore the vast sky. Just like a bird who became free for the first time, I learned a lot of things about life and gained various skills that I can use for my future endeavors. Accepting the challenge to become a leader revealed my passion in serving and helping other people. It also strengthened my will to devote my life into serving our community through some outreach programs and community service. It inspires me to become a role model for the younger generation and create a social impact. For me, winning as a student council officer is not about making name, it is all about serving your fellow students without wanting anything in return.