Many of her experiences during the Cultural Revolution changed how she thought, and it helped her to realize who she was. Her intelligence, conflict between pursuing politics and staying loyal to her family, and her devotion to her family have made Ji-Li into the experienced and successful person that she is today. Her experience and success is shown through her novel’s success and her care for her family when she moved to the United States. The Cultural Revolution changed Ji-Li in many different ways, and those changes improved her morale, there are many times that are very formative throughout our daily
He’d say I had to move on from this for everyone, including my clients and self. He would be proud of how I’ve become a better individual since I gained the endurance to multi-task, focus, and deal with problems that come my way with less fear, especially as a single parent.” In the end the occupation of counseling influenced upon Awilda by her mother many years ago has affected her negatively and positively. She was influenced as early as 7 years old where she served as her parents translator assisting them in Dr. appointments, parent conferences, job disputes, and even writing letters for them in English learning her true calling. Sometimes she’d witness professionals or ordinary people discriminate her parents due to their limited English. Determined she told herself, “As I grow up I’ll become a professional to help others with any living issue”.
This impact is part of the reasoning behind Degler’s choice to take the job as coach of the JV team this year. “I feel like I have something I can offer and help the team and the girls here, both as a player and a coach.” Coach Degler said. “Showing them what it is like to be a competitive athlete or to be a Christian on the court or be a good academic student, and being a good role model.” However, Coach Degler said that coaching was a personal choice for her as well. “Coaching was also a personal thing, it’s a way for me to stay around the sport, not everyone gets to play professional and this was an opportunity for me to do that back around here. I love basketball and I knew I wanted to be around the game.” said Ellen.
My mother, Wina Bailey, is a hard working woman who is very successful in life. She not only has a satisfying job, but she is also able to care for her family. When Wina graduated high school, she wasn’t able to achieve her college degree right away because of her family struggles. However, when she was 36 years old, Her best friend inspired her to go back to college because even though it took her friend years to achieve a masters degree, yet she persevered and that gave my mom strength mentally in which she was able to say “ I can do that too”. She decided to attend University of Phoenix’s online classes in extent to care for a family of 4 and juggle working full time.
She depended on her drunk father and hopeless mother to actually find a way to help them get the perfect life. They never ended up giving Jeanette the life she deserved, so she had to work to get it by herself, which she ended up doing. Then again proving the statement to not always rely on others for the results that someone wants because it is not always a happy
She was given the tasks of learning on her own and doing things considered more mature, such as taking care of herself and paying bills, something that one normally is not tasked with until they have grown up. Not only did she mature in life skills during her childhood, but she also developed a change in racial views, thanks to the many people she met as a result of her family’s actions towards her. All of these events that had a major impact on Ellen as a person, happened in her childhood, and they all shaped her for the rest of her life. This demonstrates how the earliest years of life are really the most influential, because the people that one is surrounded by when they are still developing personal views and beliefs, have the most impact on
Using her trait of hope prompt her to persevere through the hard times and it all paid off when the freedom is official. Also, Aminata maintains the hope of regaining a family even after losing her husband, son, and her missing daughter; she strives to have someone to love and take care of. “It was the first baby I had caught since losing my own. The pain of my losses never really went away….But I kept going. Somehow, I just kept going.
But with the help and support of my teachers and friends, I finally ended the bullying. The last example that Laura learns to stay true to herself is from her inspiration of her ancestors from the Laura Line. “It 's proof I 'm not fat Larda but Laura, a descendant of the amazing Laura Line.” (p.287) The Laura Line is a family monument of the strong women in her family, all named Laura, and made a big difference in a positive effect in their community. An example is that they each did something amazing. They each had different jobs, but they all had three things in common.
Perseverance is a great quality to possess; it is the determination of doing something despite opposition. During the struggle of stroke victims’ new life, they gradually begin to accept their new existence; a stroke victim may come to a realization that they can continue living a productive life, resuming their normal social activities. In other words, perseverance is self-discipline; one cannot be handed one’s goals, one must strive to achieve them, such as the story of stroke survivor Amy Steinbrech, who became paralyzed for unknown reasons. According to an article in The Stroke Association, Amy recalls her recovery experience to be “intense”. Although she had a long road ahead of her, she rose to the occasion and persevered.
I find the ingredient to success is hard work, and getting the most out of opportunities. Gladwell displays this ingredient in the book “Outliers the Story of Success” when he refers to people given an opportunity to work hard, they take the opportunity. I believe it’s exceedingly important to grasp all opportunities given