Values, Standards, and Principles

By: Justin Chen

Mission Statement

I am at my best when I am focused, but at my worst when I am procrastinating. I have always been studious and it is my dream to attend an Ivy League college one day. I am no stranger to hard work. When I have graduated from college, I hope to become a successful businessman. Donating and giving back to the community always makes me happy. When my time is up, I want my family to be proud of who I was and I hope to have influenced many people's lives by the time I am gone.

Life Values Self-Assessment Test

The top three values in my life: family, friends, and spirituality.


My family has always been important to me in my life. They've supported me when I'm down and helped form the man I am today. I can't say enough of what they've done.


My friends have helped shape the person I am today as well. They never fail to make me smile.


Spirituality has always had a big impact on me. I make sure I refer to Him, live my life through Him, and He always helps me clear my mind.



- Always make sure others can depend on you, because then when you're in crisis, you can depend on them back.


- Make sure you are open-minded and are not quick to judge others (even if you naturally do), because you don't know what they've been through.


- Try your best to be as optimistic as possible, so then it's possible for your joyfulness to be rubbed off on others.


- Support others, so when you need support, they can support you back.


- Once one is self-motivated, he/she can work hard in order to achieve the things he/she wants in life.