Nelly - MK College

Difference Maker

What does it mean to be a difference maker?

To be a difference maker means to have a positive impact on others or the world. It means using your talents, skills, and resources to make a difference in the lives of others or to address important issues.

What characteristics would you say are required to be a difference maker? 

 Some characteristics that might be required to be a difference-maker include:

  • A willingness to take on challenges and work hard to make a positive impact
  • Creativity and resourcefulness in finding ways to solve problems or address needs
  • Perseverance and determination in the face of setbacks or challenges
  • Empathy and a desire to help others
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills

If you had the potential to change one thing right now, what would it be?

If I had the potential to change or reverse one thing right now, I would probably choose to end world hunger. Hunger is a complex issue that has many causes, including poverty, conflict, and inadequate food distribution systems.

To address hunger, it would be necessary to address these underlying causes and find ways to improve food production, distribution, and access. This might involve supporting small farmers and sustainable agriculture practices, improving infrastructure and transportation systems, promoting economic development and reducing poverty, and working to resolve conflicts that disrupt food systems.

What advice would you give to anyone unsure of their education or career journey?

If you are unsure of your education or career journey, my advice would be to explore your interests and passions and try to find ways to turn them into something meaningful and rewarding. It’s also important to be open to new opportunities and willing to try new things. It’s okay if you don’t have a clear plan at first – sometimes it takes time and experience to figure out what you really want to do.

What are your dreams for the future?

As for my dreams for the future, I would like to become an A-list actor, my future would likely involve a lot of hard work and dedication to improving my craft. I would probably focus on building up my acting skills and resume by taking on as many acting roles as possible and working with talented directors, actors, and other industry professionals. I would also try to stay up to date on industry trends and developments, and stay in shape both physically and mentally.

I will also try to network and build relationships with agents, casting directors, and other industry professionals who could help me get my foot in the door and get more exposure. I will be open to new opportunities and take risks, even if it means stepping outside my comfort zone.

I understand that becoming an A-list actor is a big dream and it won’t be easy, but I am willing to put in the hard work and dedication needed to succeed. I know that success in any field often requires a combination of talent, hard work, and luck, and I am ready to do whatever it takes to make my dream a reality.