He is a very clever man with very good ideas about ways of life, he says to follow your dreams in between the lines of his quote ,“ You shouldn’t dream your film, you should make
His opportunities were earned through motivation and everything around him was a part of his success. He was never alone and his journey through life taught him to not only be a leader for himself but to others, too. Wes Moore is an outlier, but that doesn’t mean success can’t be achieved by a person who isn’t one.
Actor William Daniels—known for roles such as Mr. Braddock in The Graduate, John Adams in1776, the voice of Knight Rider’s KITT, and the stern, yet caring, Mr. Feeny of Boy Meets World—has written a memoir titled, Still At Play: My 75 Years in Show Business and the Roles that America Embraced. Daniels, who recently turned 88, has been able to create an iconic role for every generation, from his work in the golden age of Hollywood, to influential characters in classic ’90s sitcoms. He expounds on these memories in his forthcoming book, and while he has yet to disclose the publisher or publishing date, he shared an exclusive excerpt with us.
The world remembers John F. Kennedy today because his face was in the living room of nearly every American’s house from his campaign in 1960 until his death in 1963. Many people who watched the debates between Kennedy and Nixon on television would choose JFK as the winner, but those who only listened to the debate thought otherwise. This goes to show how charismatic and charming JFK was and how he was the first real president to win in large part due to his personality. The Kennedy family was borderline royal in America during the 1960’s and the young image of John Kennedy still lives in the minds of many to this day. John Kennedy established the modern day trend of American Presidents possessing a celebrity like quality.
His parents were his #1 supporters, supporting him ever since he was born and said he was grateful for them. He's 29, has a lot of wisdom and experience, sometimes outsmarting his parents. He made mistakes, as everybody does, but sometimes he'd learn not to do something without even doing it! He grew up a middle class life having just enough, if not more guidance than needed. He was the perfect
Gary Minton is a man full of funny jokes, great stories, and determination. I call Gary my “Paw-Paw” and have since the day I was born. He is one of the sweetest and kindest people anyone will ever meet. He has worked hard to get where he is at today and told me to do the same: “ Work hard, it’s gonna pay off.” During this interview, I learned about his childhood, teenage years, and early adult years, basically all of the times he was alive when I was not.
Joseph conveys that he worked for a long time to afford to pay for his own tuition. Currently, Joseph is attending Cal State Channel Islands to obtain his degree in Business Administration and to finally fulfill his dreams. Moreover, the captivating interview took place in my dorm at CSUCI. Joseph felt comfortable getting interviewed in my room than being questioned about his life in the library. My dorm was a peaceful environment without having to hear other people’s conversations.
Hopefully in just the limited time of twenty-four hours I would be able to pickup on some of his greatest qualities. These qualities include his commitment to his friends, his ability as an entrepreneur, his strong work ethic, his refusal to accept failure, and most importantly his ability to be happy in almost any situation. No one can ever doubt Spongebob’s commitment to his friends. Spongebob is a natural entrepreneur. The ability to go out into an unknown market with a homemade product is something that I myself have always admired.
Piggy is very intelligent, he comes up with ideas on how to help the boys survive on the island from the moment they crashed on it. Ralph starts begins to admire him for this clear focus on their rescue off the island. “ we can use this to call the others. Have a meeting. They'll come when they hear us” (Pg 16)
Russ Carreker grew up playing football and had the opportunity to play collegially at Auburn University. He started to study to become a veterinarian, but that did not work out. He finished school in business and was looking for something that he could start making money from. Mr. Carreker believed in seven different things that could help a business become successful: You must have a good product at a great price or a great product at a good price, selling skill at the right market, be able to be the accountant of your own business until you can find someone who can do it for you, start off with enough capital because in a new business something is going to go wrong, ability to get others to help you get to where you want to be, be passionate
Johnny, Dove, and Dusty are all apprentices training to become silversmiths, their master is Mr.Lamphan who is married to Mrs.Lamphan and they have have four daughters Isannah, Cilla, Dorcas, and Madge. Johnny Tremain is a 14 year old boy who has been serving the Lamphan’s for two years. He is rather skinny and is already determined to marry Cilla when their older, after Johnny has served for 7 years. Johnny is hardworking and reliable many people like him except him and Dove don’t get along. Then a wealthy man by the name of Hancock comes to ask the silversmiths to fix his Sugar Basin for his wife that Mr. Lamphan had originally made.
“You could tell right away he was intelligent… I think maybe part of what got him into trouble was that he did too much thinking.” (Krakauer 18) Wayne really tried to encourage Chris to accomplish his goals and live his life the way he wanted. Wayne, to this day, is still affected by the remarkable person that Chris McCandless was.
In summary, Jeff Gordon’s greatest achievements would likely be found in his endless philanthropy. Although he amassed over $141 million in winnings and countless millions in endorsements Gordon has said he is most proud of the Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital in Concord North Carolina and help to create with other famous athletes the “Athletes for Hope” which inspired non athletes to help volunteer their own time in community related events. Jeff Gordon partnered with AARP in 2011 through the Drive to End Hunger program which also became a sponsorship on his racecar. Jeff Gordon will begin a new chapter in his life when he joins Mike Joy
In Messina, as Don Pedro, the Prince of Arragon, and his officers return from a recently concluded war, a message comes to Leonato that the prince plans to visit his house for a month. Benedick a bachelor, who loves speaking his mind like me, in comical argument with Hero’s cousin and intimate, the lady Beatrice, and also another one of the visitors, is Count Claudio who arrives with Duke’s Party who had once been attracted by Leonato’s only daughter before the war. Leonato holds a masked ball to celebrate the end of the war and the engagement of Hero and Claudio is arranged while Duke’s brother, Don John is resenting the celebration and also the engagement of Hero and Claudio, he somehow finds a way to ruin the general happiness by plotting