Oromo Iconic Award
This page is focusing on Oromo Role Models, OROMO ICONIC AWARD, who serve as an example, who inspire and encourage others to strive for greatness, live to their fullest potential and see the best in themselves.
Studies show that individuals compare themselves with reference groups of people who occupy the social role to which the individual aspires. Young generation, especially, most frequently chose sports stars as role models, followed by music stars that inspire greatness in others. A child with a role model, for example, is inspired and driven to achieve their goals. Having a role model helps a child focus on their goal, so that they could get better at it.
In fact, an Oromo role model can be anybody: a parent, a sibling, a friend, a teacher, a singer, a freedom fighter, sports stars, an athletics, Oromo Community Leaders, Past and Present Board Members of Australian Oromo Community Organizations, distinguished Members of our Communities, friends of Oromo and Oromia, and foremost organizations supporting the Oromo Community in Victoria. — but some of our most influential and life-changing who have some qualities of role models from whom we learn through them, through their commitment to excellence and through their ability to make us realize our own personal growth. We look to them for advice and guidance. Therefore, Oromo Role Models are individuals who others look to for guidance.
Advocacy for Oromia’s nomination for 2014 Oromo Role Model Awards is NOW OPEN! Join us to celebrate our HEROES! This prestigious event is coming soon.
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