NICHE TO DEVELOP

Levi Mark C. Dalagonan
2 min readFeb 11, 2021

Finding my niche wasn’t easy for me; I am interested to a lot of things, but in this world, we all know that we don’t have enough time to explore things that we are interested to, but for me developing my skills and learning at the same time makes me happy. Before I get here where I am right now, I faced many challenges and confusion that made me think about what I could be in the future. I’ve try many things that I don’t know how it works, things that I tried and push to develop, and in the end it made me tired. Yet, I’m still going without doubting my capabilities to do things that I wanted to do. I am grateful to my mom, who always supported me every time; I remember she enrolled me in Public School when I entered Junior High School. At first, I wasn’t talkative, but then when I finished and graduated High School, I ended up finding myself doing stuff that I want; in my first blog that I posted here, I shared four things that I love the most, which are Vlogging, Modeling, Photography, and Traveling. Being a freelancer wasn’t easy but doing what you are passionate about never a waste of time. And now that I’m about to experience new challenges in my course, Communication, and in life, I’m excited to train, learn and be expose as a Communication Student in a TV/radio work station. I will never give up and stop until I become who I really want to be someday, haja fighting.

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Levi Mark C. Dalagonan

Aspiring Photojournalist, SLU Baguio PH, Communication Student