And as Mario Puzo once said, “The strength of a family, like the strength of an army, lies in its loyalty to each other.” They have to figure out that they need to use each other to make everything come together even when times get hard and everything becomes scarce we need to work come together as one and realize what is actually happens. Also, they really understood what LOYALTY actually is, it is not just being with everyone it is relaying on everyone when everything does not go the expected way and working together to becoming a stronger team. So Odysseus finally come to a conclusion that loyalty is the best way to go. As they went through all the journeys they figure that they had to become as one because they figured out that the strength as one is much stronger that the strength of just a few who think they are better than everyone so they became a family as each journey they went through became harder. So Odysseus learns that loyalty is the best way to
Being honorable means doing whatever it takes to achieve the goal you have set. An honorable person does what they can and more to accomplish their goal. Atticus was honorable because he didn't let what people did or say get to him. He stands up for what he believes is right and he stood up for Tom Robinson even though he knew they would lose. He teaches his children everything he knows and they believe he is the most honorable person alive.
Furthermore, Beowulf ensures that his followers “achieve their goals through his own strength” (Loughman). He ensures that his men perform the deeds that need to get completed. He keeps himself “even-tempered, prudent and resolute” (McArthur). Beowulf stays determined in his objectives; he wouldn’t give up. Even when they find out that Grendel’s mom is seeking revenge, he “suits up again” (Post).
Before every battle he attended, he prayed to God and after every victory, he thanked God. Beowulf was the type of person who didn’t want people to help him. He showed courageous character and was successful because of his beliefs. Beowulf knew that he couldn’t win any of his battles without the grace of God. The grace of God kept Beowulf strong and relentless when it came to battling.
In the movie Lean on Me, Joe Clark persuades the staff and students that hard work is necessary in order to be successful through the use of Ethos, Pathos and Logos. The start of the movie shows that Mr. Clark was a hard, stern man. He didn’t take crap from others and didn’t take no for an answer. Ethos appeals to the credibility of character. Mr. Clark was a great judge of character and because of that he knew what he had to do when he became in charge of the school.
Another particularly part of the speech that caught my eyes is towards the end when Lincoln says" The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it,far above our poor power to add or detract" to me he is showing honor for the soldiers who fought for the country. Lincoln's speech is very powerful because he made a change. It is also still remembered because it was a turning point in the civil war. What was challenging in this assignment was being able to read in between lines, at some point there were times I had to reread to get what he meant for example, the speech wasn’t just about the war as I finally read it for the 20th time . Although the speech speaks for itself, there were some confusing parts that I later understood.
And in order to go through with his plans in his group he needs to lead them in the right path. Even though Everett confesses that there is no treasure his key characteristics helped back him up in his reasoning for them to stay. Everett’s characteristics of cleverness, calmness, and persuasion all help him and the Soggy Bottom Boys to succeed and get through all types of situations. Those three characteristics is what makes Everett such a great leader and make him the person he is, along with his hair obsession and somewhat flowery language. He takes pride in what he has and is the most important character in “Oh Brother Where Art
He often would tell people, “There is only one thing worse than fighting with allies, and that is fighting without them.” (Churchill) With a strong relationship with the British people and a stronger relationship with the other Allies, Winston Churchill was able to lead his country to win the war and continue to stand up for what he believed in. Winston Churchill helped lead Britain to victory because of his way with words, his determined attitude, and him understanding the importance of alliances. Without him, Britain would not have won the war and the Nazi’s would’ve never been
When he boldly makes a point to the other men that he thinks he is superior and does not value the motives of the company, Captain Henry points out to him that, whether or not he respects and wants to follow the captain, the only way to be successful is to work together. Henry makes a point later that he would do whatever it takes to tend to his men’s needs. This seems to be in accordance to his morals of honor as strength in numbers was very present in his reasoning and decision making. He felt obligated to do everything he could for his men, especially Glass because he believed they had a deep
He wanted to believe that the colonist would eventually give in but that was never the case. King George III was a smart man but let his power hungry personality get in the way of his rational decision making. Killing England gives the readers insight on what was actually going on during the time of the American Revolution. Many people such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and many others paved this road for us today to live in this great nation. Their hard work and sacrifice is something honorable to look at.
In The Killer Angles, a strong leader during the American Civil War named Joshua Chamberlain was considered one of the most heroic generals for the Union Army. As I read the novel I cherish Chamberlain because he performs my leadership and thoughts of how I inspire people to recover. It is apparent that Chamberlain does not lack charisma and loyalty toward his soldiers. The leader must show he understands and fulfills the needs of his soldiers. For example, Chamberlain’s men understood he couldn’t control having to continue their march after a long day, but he showed he was willing to suffer along with them.
Beowulf is a good ruler for his people. He will fight for them even when they aren’t with him. I believe he’s a good fit for modern times because we need a good ruler like him now-a-days. Someone who is not selfish and not afraid to do something that’s terrifying. Beowulf states, “That I, alone and with the help of my men, May purge all evil from this hall” (“from Beowulf” ln.
The American troops had other advantages, one being that General George Washington, who led the American troops, was an experienced leader. The American soldiers were very motivated fighters, as they tried to regain their rights they had lost as Englishmen when they left England to come to the colonies- they had a better reason to win and a worse reason to lose.
Leadership Anyone can lead a team, but it takes a true leader to lead on a successful team or group. Great leaders set themselves apart from average leaders by going the extra mile and doing whatever it takes to be the best. Great leaders lead both by example and by what they say. When a member of a group or team is not giving their all or is feeling down, they need only look to the leader who is paving the way for them. Leaders like Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson would stop at nothing to win, and did everything in their power to make sure that their team was prepared and focused on the task ahead.
One aspect of the book that I found better than most books is that he shows you a perspective of both sides. McCullough’s intent was not focused strictly on the Americans, as he also sets you in the lives of the British Generals. Another aspect I enjoyed is how he didn’t give George Washington the image of being perfect that we normally think of him as. He was very indecisive, and had to be talked away from his decisions several times. He lets us know the other side of Washington, yes, he’s a great war General but he is not a great tactician or strategist.