For example The role of leading your siblings because you are the first child is not by choice you just become a leader in that situation by birth.Although someone might argue that for some leadership positions a person has to choose to run for that position. I think this perception only applies to big leadership positions which constitute a minimal number of leadership positions. As I think back to my leadership journey, From childhood to now i realise i never once said i want to be the leader. I remember in First grade my teacher stood in front of the class one morning and said “Enam will be the class prefect this term”. At 5
I thought about taking a year off and just working. My Grandpa always told my Mother and Uncle to go to college learn a trade so that they would enjoy what they do in life. My parents urged me to stay with going to school so I would stay in practice with studying. There are pro’s and con’s to both options. Making the right decision will affect the rest of your life.
Trice’s (1995) review of Ginzberg’s theory stated that during the fantasy choice, “children … aspire wifely and impulsively with the principal constraints being the father’s occupation and parental suggestions”. Ginzberg (1988) didn’t hint parental again until the tentative and realistic choice stages, in which he stated that children much, “work out a compromise between their interests, capacities, and values, and the opportunities and limitations of the environment”. It can be inferred that these “opportunities and limitations of the environment” may include parental influence, although he did not mention it specifically. He did however, say that the families were too relaxed by saying to children: “You make any choice you want. All I want is for you to be happy” (Ginzberg, 1988).
These are the stages of being unmarried, living together as common-law or married, parenthood, empty nesters and grandparents. To further explain, in the life-cycle of being unmarried, this is when an adult has moved out from home the first time, but not yet moved in with a partner. Once a respondents lives with a significant other, but do not have children they are living together as common-law or married. However, once consumers has children living at home they are in the parenthood life-cycle. This course could actually be further specified into more life-stages by for example age of the children, or a question if it is a two-parent household or only one (Hawks & Ackerman, 1990) but for the sake of this study, this was not done.
As people said, who has seen the future? If you are thinking to give up your job and become a housewife, then you need to think again. You need to realized that now is 21st century and your sons and daughters are 21st century’s kid. They may blame you for giving up your job. Instead, if you manage to handle both your job and your family or in the other words, balance your domestic and professional roles, then you may become the role model of your children especially your daughters and may give them inspiration that if their mother can do it now, they can do it too in the future.
– A parent from Nashville In this essay we will talk about the education in 30 years from a parent point of view. The main point will be what they expect for their child’s future, how will they be involved in their child's education, values they will be teaching and how technology affect their children. A scenario like education in the future is hard to imagine since recently it's been changing at an exponential speed. Schools, families and ideas have to move on together with society and its needs. So we will try to build this picture with expectations and research from present parents.
Other valuable lessons were that it was acceptable to ask for help and to leave my comfort zone to accomplish something. I believe that the most important lesson I learned from this obstacle in life, that is fundamental to my future success, is to not take things for granted. There are always people who have it worse. Before arriving in the U.S., my future consisted of the same story as all the other women in my family, which was to drop out of school and form a family from a young age. I learned that for my desire to be proficient in life I would have to attend college.
So, it is an important thing in our life and couples need to know the steps before getting married such as take premarital courses, understanding commitment after marrige and do preparation for wedding ceremony. First of all, getting married without pre-marriage preparation is like starting business without preparing. The first step before getting married that couples need to know is take premarital courses. The premarital courses usually provide marriage education or couple counseling that give more information such as comprehensive coverage of marriage success issues and strategies. Besides, they also can learn more about the responsibilities of being a husband and wife because during this premarital courses, they will explain about the responsibity as a husband and wife and parents too.
Brigham Young once said “You educate a man; You educate an individual. Your educate a woman; You educate a generation.” Education is the first step to give women the power to choose the way of life she wants to lead and is essential to women empowerment. Whether its education through learning science in college or education through learning the skills of running their own business, education is essential to the emergence of a powerful leader. When I was a young girl I didn’t perceive myself as a leader because of the atmosphere I grew up in. Since I come from a traditional hispanic household, many of the women in my family were encouraged to stay home, tend to the needs of their husbands and children, and hide behind the shadow of the male
True purpose of education is to make minds, not careers. - William Deresiewics When we first start going to high school the first thing that our elders tell us is that we better do good from this point on because it decides what we are going to do and be when we get out of school. For us teen-agers we want to enjoy life before we start acting like adults because when that time comes we won 't be able to enjoy life in school. School to teenagers is way to spend time with friends but we also somehow no matter what time we have to get up in the morning we make school fun. Adults tell us that we need to get a job during high school so that we would know how to depend on ourselves but is that what we really need.