There are some theories in achievement behaviour that we can use to explain her motivation such as needs achievement and achievement goal theory. I am going to use needs achievement theory to explain her achievement behaviour. For the personality part of need achievement theory, Sarah is motivated to achieve success in whatever she does .This can be seen in the passage which said that Sarah is a high achiever and a competitive person who focuses on success in whatever she does. This shows that she take pride and satisfaction from her achievements and is highly motivated to achieve success in whatever she does. For the situational part of need achievement theory, Sarah probability of success would be low as she did not take part in any marathon before.
I vigorously educate women and girls in my community about the dangers of FGM. I particularly enjoy women integrating into society. It brings me joy to know that I have made a difference in someone else’s life. I know that there will be challenges ahead, but I have the faith, potential and determination to reach my vision of becoming a nurse. I also believe that nursing is highly competitive, and rewarding at the same time.
Alexandra knew exactly where her benefits and advantages lay in comparing with men. The essential factors to Alexandra’s success under the difficult and terrible situations include her willingness to learn from others, and her strong will, passion, and desire. In O Pioneer, Alexandra was an emancipated woman to some degree because she was financial independence by managing the land and her hard work. Her economic independence enabled her to have a final decision in her affair to get married to Carl oppose her brothers ' wish, and stood up for her rights in life. In short, her independence made her voice heard by the world and force Carl her future husband to take her seriously.
As Madam Walker cared for others, it shows that she was a worthy woman to do great things. I believe that when Madam Walker realized her products have been giving positive outcome to users, she knew she reached her goal in helping others. Her dedication is what got her to be successful. She began with an idea and it grew like no other person was able to
All the values and influences that led her to bring a change to herself was mentioned and explained in "The steps that led her to bring a change". These values, concepts and people highly influenced Roxana Saberi. Above all, her cellmates influenced her the most. She had very great and positive examples that helped her confront her interrogator. The most important values are freedom and integrity.
Duckworth believes that a strong grit results in success. Angela Duckworth defines grit as, “Grit is a quality that enables individuals work very hard and insist in long-term goals and passion.” It is the perseverance and passion for long-term goals. Perseverance towards goals despite being confronted by significant obstacles and distractions is grit, according to Duckworth. She also believes, “those who believe that diligence and perseverance pay off beat out their less optimistic, and often more talented, counterparts nearly every time.” Grit can be seen in Murray’s life. She was determined with towards her goals.
Helen Keller was remembered as a powerful, hardworking, and respected young woman. She has had many achievements and success throughout her life and is an inspiration to many people all over the world. Helen has showed us that life will throw obstacles in your way sometimes, but you just have to keep moving forward and pushing past
The acknowledgement of ‘soft skills’ to women has both positive and negative ramifications for women. From one perspective, it might serve to raise the status and value of women in management but it additionally works in ways that add to women’s underestimation in management. In this manner ladies need to be more practical and important supporters of the senior management in development, not by doing low- paid work on essential jobs, pushing through the ‘glass walls’ to become leaders in their own particular
These lines had the full meaning that she poured her heart and soul into her job and life overall. As Fleming continued, she states "And what 's really important/ Is my opinion of me". These lines show that even if everyone else does not admire her for being fully connected and involved with her job, she knows that she is making a difference in peoples ' lives and that is all that matters to her. Even if others do not look up to her what she does, some may praise her for being fully involved with her work and caring so much for others that she inspires them. Within the poem, Flemings goal is to inspire others to be their own self even if others do not approve.
Women under study used their aggression as an instrument to attain empowerment, in personal, social and economic sphere and they did not stop at themselves, instead they reached to others and empowered other, They mustered courage to change their situation realized their strengths and decided to improve their status and position. They did not succumb to the discrimination; they derived
It has also continued to push her and her teammates to score better and always compete. It has kept them focused on the goal ahead of them, but also will keep their spirits up in order for the athlete to progress fastest. The positive energy enables them to keep
This quote once again displays Ruthie 's courage around others, and her constant need to impress other people. She is constantly trying to make people think she 's more than she actually is, whether because she 's some sort of developing teenager or for other reasons that aren 't quite clear, but she causes trouble through her need to be more than she actually
She looks out for her nursing staff and always trying to help them in any way. She believes in participatory leadership and involves staff nurses at every level in the decision-making process. Nurses have commented that they feel open to be creative in problem solving and that administrative support is there backing them up, but not overwhelming them. I admire and respect Patricia Johnson as a nurse leader because she demonstrates many great qualities all nurse leaders should have. She inspires me to become a great nurse full of knowledge and passion for providing the best possible care to others in need.