After the first genius hour we then moved on to the second one. After the first genius hour I was looking forward to the first one even though presenting in front of everyone almost made me pee my pants, I was still looking towards the second one. The reason I was looking so forward to the second one is because I like difficult and I also like turning them into something that I can do easily. I looked forward to improve so that it will gradually become easy for me.
My genius hour topic was sports injuries and the impact they have on your life. When I heard choose a topic that will benefit the world I had an idea of something that was sports related. The reason I wanted to choose something that was sports related is because sports are highly respected in the world we live in now. We have players like Neymar that has been bought for 222 million euros to play for PSG a french team. Anyway my point is that since sports are so respected we want our athletes to be in good shape so we could research how to stop these injuries.
I then realized that focusing it on athletes is kind of selfish so then I changed it to injuries that you can get in daily life such as ankle sprains, hamstring pull and numerous others. So when I did that I realized that is the perfect question. Then I started doing research on the most common, serious stories and the amount of money spent on hospitals bills over the past years. This research helped me grow as a person in two ways, it made me more knowledgeable and it also showed me that I can use the internet to find out a lot of things in and out of school. This will help the world because it could teach you how to prevent these injuries that we get in daily life. I guess that could be my next question so that I can try to provide solutions and answers to stop some of these injuries.
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