A personal example for me was getting a good grade on a piece of work and taking excessive pride which not only annoyed the others around me but also set an exceedingly high example which when the next quiz came I failed. Good rules to follow about excessive pride is that yes you should have a little bit of pride in you work but making something that is not or over emphasizing something just takes the uniqueness and specialty of the grade of any achievement. A thing that I was taught from an early age about excessive pride is that having too much will not only make me look arrogant but so will too little, you just have to find the balance. I was told that If I do an outstanding piece of work you should take pride in it and not lower what it is for attention of standards. I was also told that I shouldn't make myself seem like the best there is because there is always someone who is
Unfortunately, dealing with trichotillomania since kindergarten till sophomore year was an emotionally painful obstacle. Envisioning the moments still scare me, but after my condition ended the pain never vanished. In that case, not only did outgrowing trichotillomania improve my life, it made me visualize the world differently. Being imprisoned in my shell, trying to escape, felt like an everlasting struggle. I grew up being a noiseless, kind-hearted
Nobody is perfect in life, everyone makes mistakes, some make more than others and Rex Walls has made many mistakes, but some of them had a positive effect on others around him and a person should be judged on the outcome of his or hers actions sometimes. The positive actions sometimes out way the negative ones and Rex had done a lot of good things during his lifetime and had ended up with brilliant
I work full time and still find a way to go to school, although there are many things trying to sway me off my path. I was not always the perfect student and procrastinated as much as possible, but I have found it in me to pull myself together and change my ways. Using Frodo as a hero in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, was the best choice because it allowed the viewers to see that no matter your size, shape or personality, you too can be a hero and save the day. Everyone needs saving and regrettably mythical beings do not exist in our world, having humans act as heroes is the greatest gift anyone
In Dave Pelzer’s autobiography, he endured all stages of rejection, which led him to become stronger than he ever anticipated. It is easy to forget the impact that excluding a person has on his or her mental health. Some people may feel the only importance they possess is when they have others with them. It is important to acknowledge those who stand in the shadows and are different. Things like offering a smile and making eye contact are simple gestures that can have a profound and positive impact that could change their whole day and possibly
His hard work and dedication eventually paid off and he became one of the most astonishing presidents America has had. By reading this story, those of a younger audience are influenced by the actions of Richard. If others were to learn about Richard Nixon, they would understand that persistence played an important role in his life. From when he was a child to the accusation of the Watergate Scandal, Nixon always worked to his limit to become the best version of himself and to achieve the position he was in. Nevertheless, due to the Watergate Scandal, many lost trust in Nixon but he continued to portray himself as innocent.
All the great leaders in our life’s have had hard times, bad days, good times, and good days. We all wonder how they made it through what they did in there time. It was so hard to be yourself and be a good person when everything around you is horribly falling apart. But yet we have people like Harriet Tubman and Fredrick Douglas. The time period they were in was horrible put yet they found way to help others and make it though there rough times and be successful in life.
Numerous people throughout history have failed or dropped out and have came out on top. These individuals learned more lessons failing than they did succeeding. Which is the reason Zinsser ensures people “failure isn’t fatal” (Zinsser 602). Informing readers failure isn’t automatically bad and succeeding isn’t immediately good (Zinsser 603). Still believing succeeding is better than failing but tells how it is okay to fail.
Failure gives the ability to look at a different perspective, a sign that helps guide the way and a teacher that teaches to improve to be better. Many famous people and industries throughout the world had their moments of failure through their first attempts in business or career. In a new book, Super Survivor, written by Psychologist David Feldman and science journalist Lee Daniel infuses stories of people who bounce back and grow after a traumatic event. Super survivors are not people who are extraordinary but ordinary people who take their fears and turn it into something else (Suttie “Can Suffering Lead to Success”)? We only stress about the things we care about.
Failure plays a significant role in creativity. Nobody is able to do well on their first try, you need learn from you’re your failures to succeed. Highly creative people that are risk who accept challenges and never give up. Once you begin overcoming those hurdles in life, you’ll be more optimistic and realize how much a learning experience can contribute to your creativity. 4) CONNECT THE