Chayce, I believe the meaning of this post does in fact answer the question presented, but some of the supporting details typed, I, to my belief, find invalid. “Viewing are noble actions can make us seem more self righteous then we sometime are entitled.” shows you believe we excessively show smugness in our actions than we believe we do. Although I agree, I don’t see this as a coherent statement for this topic. As you did describe a average person’s characteristic flaws, I don’t recall the story (at least the 5 chapters I read) mentioning high self-pride. Other than the aforementioned sentence, I indeed came to an agreement with your
Lisa Owens’ Personality (Trinity) Assessments Summary Is the information accurate? Why or Why not? According to Lisa, the information from the MBTI, DISC personality profile and Holland code was quite accurate. Lisa indicated that the summary results of the MBTI (INFJ) were rather descriptive of her personality Although Lisa is relationship oriented, her experiences growing up in the foster care system, has resulted to her being mistrustful of others and can be detached, isolated from others when she is emotionally overwhelmed. As for careers, although Lisa has previously worked in service industry, she likes working in areas where she can help others; she is currently working on her nursing degree.
Though she has made a poor decision in the business world, she was capable of overcoming her problem and moving passed it for the better. As proven, Fiorina accomplished many achievements for the company of Hewlett-Packard exactly like she is planning on for the country of America. Many candidates may argue that they have what it takes to provide for the
I sometimes get irritated when people don’t agree on the same ideas that I have or when the other person says something that I don’t agree with. The objective of this chapter made me comprehend that based on an individual’s experiences and viewpoints impacts the person’s behavior. Some experience may deal with the oppressions and privileges a person has, the article “Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person…” made me realize that I am more privilege than what I thought. The author didn’t think she was privilege until she read a book she got recommended and from her article she summarizes
As well, she prides herself on knowing people and being able to read them very easily, unlike her older sister Jane. As the novel progresses we get to see her flaws, her positive attributes and how she deals with discovering new things about herself. She hates Darcy for being so prideful, but then she begins to question if maybe she was just too prejudice. Aside from having this ability, so she thinks, to know people she also knew she was different than her society which plays a big role in how she sees herself. The society they live in pressures girls to get married for the status and the money.
She states “I am a cripple. I choose the word to name me.” She prefers to be deemed as a cripple showing her decisiveness to be associated with the word cripple, which creates a sense of self-worth , in turn giving her satisfaction. In addition, Mairs mentions, “I made the choice a number of years ago, but I recognize that they are complex and not entirely flattering.” Although she realizes that here are negative connotations associated with the being a “cripple”, she conveys acceptance of herself by wanting to identify as one. Moreover, she says, “As a cripple, I swagger.” This statement implies that she struts both literally and figuratively. Consequently, she likes the attention that being perceived as “tougher” than everyone else gives her; she is aware of how she’s recognized.
Liza realizes she likes that she reached her goal of being a lady but doesn't like how she has become. She differs with Walter because she doesn't like the world she can now see threw her proper eyes. She sees poverty now and doesn't like that she is not as she once was. Patrick Berry explains Eliza's struggles when in her new skin in his article “Teachers, Capitalists, and Class in Pygmalion and the Millionairess” he states, Shaw satirically considers the idea that a line in the 'gutter' is more 'authentic' than one in culture. In poverty, proper speech may be absent, but there is violence and warmth.
When Walker mentions a friend saying her eye was deeply suitable to her personality and even a characteristic of hers, the author shows she begins to see beauty within herself and she no longer lacks confidence. Expecting negative criticism from her daughter based on past experiences she had encountered, instead receiving a different response, Alice starts to experience a feeling she hasn’t been able to feel before for her eye- a feeling unknown too her ; Love, beauty, and acceptance. Alice is able to realize that her perception of beauty had been wrong all along. Clearly to readers, Rebecca helps her understand the actual beauty in her eyes which is compared to her own world. Now able to see beauty in her eye, Walker shows herself coming into a realization that all along she was seeing something that defined her and characterized her as something hideous when it was beauty.
While conversing with Mr. Rochester, Jane declares “[his] claim to superiority depends on the use [he has] made of [his] time and experience” (157). Affirming that status is irrelevant, Jane is able to convince Mr. Rochester of her wisdom, in spite of her poor background. Moreover, her subtle tone suggests a challenge to Mr. Rochester and his past - was he truly superior to Jane? Many characters in the book tend to judge first on the class as Jane does, yet after getting to know Jane, they change their perspective from plain and poor to more respected. Yet, while social class, age, and experience divide Jane and Mr. Rochester, their relationship makes Jane waver in her ideals.
So I’m going to try my best. But my skills that I have, my skill sets and interactions with others have lead me to where I am today.” As for me, I have heard about women getting looked down at in management and not getting taken seriously just because of the stereotypes women in management have. Mrs. Cosgrove goes on to explain that women in leadership roles have stereotypes about not having the capability of succeeding due to having certain personality traits like friendliness and motherly traits and not knowing how to be confident enough to respectfully command. I have always believed in equality. Being a certain gender has nothing to do with capability