Fearless: At my younger age I had to go through a lot of obstacles such as big discriminated because of my different culture. Being able to interact with different people from other nationalities has helped to be ready for any situation in life. I am not scared of any challenge because my experiences have helped me to be ready to overcome them and to know what my skills and values are. Reliable I give the same importance to my professional life as I do with my personal. God has plans for you that is the reason why I am always thankful for what I have and always being thankful to those people who put their eyes on me and believe on my skills as a professional.
As shown the culture has beliefs that successfully worked for them and thus giving it much significance. The ability of the group to peacefully co-exist with other ethnic groups also gives more reason why the cultures and practices should be preserved. For instance the group welcomes everybody who needs help to the treatment system and they believe that regardless of the faith the person would be
It is our willingness to value other people’s way of life and accepting them openly. It works side by side with respect. Firstly, it is respecting our own philosophy and putting it into action with out any hesitations. Secondly, it is respecting and accommodating other people’s diversity and to not make fun of them. Cultural competence is admiring
These friendships resemble many of our interactions that we have with people consistently especially in this culture we are subject to on a regular basis. With these more utilitarian relationships being something we encounter consistently we must act with consistency in the relationships. The opportunity presented for us in the format of the utilitarian relationships are the opportunities to practice virtue in a way that is at times fairly difficult, but at the same time beneficial to the common good of all men. The acquisition and application of virtue is essential here and it does
After the completion of high school, many people are faced with the choice of attending college, or going into the workforce. A majority of high school graduates feel that they have not done enough academically to go to college, which forces them to believe college is not for them. In his article, “Want to Get Into College? Learn to Fail”, Vice President and Dean of Admission at Pitzer college, Angel Perez, states that “kids all over the world admit they are under tremendous pressure to be perfect”(3). Perez argues that too many students fear failure, when in reality they could grow from failure and become a better candidate for college.
Growing up in Compton, California was difficult in terms of goals. I could set high goals to achieve, but the reality of my lack of resources would still pull me down. In middle school I was an excellent student whose hard work earned praise from teachers. However, this praise meant little to me since I was also aware about my community’s underachieving schools. My older brother would tell me about the bullying, fights, and riots that would occur at Dominguez High School.
This event taught me to be the one to help other people. I became a person people can come to when something is troubling them. I am never annoyed that people talk to me and I feel honored that they trust me enough to share their secrets with me, I cannot help but wonder, why me? Maybe, because I listen and do not judge. I want people to be as happy as they can be.
I’m a hard-working and motivated person, because I believe that with enough practice anyone can be good at anything. As someone who is born in a collective culture, I’m harmonious and I actively seek to promote harmony and peace in groups and individuals. Because of my harmonious nature, I try to be friendly and kind to people, especially to those that feel left out. Therefore, I’m able to get along well with people while working in groups. In addition, I’m self-critical, therefore, I’m good at knowing my weaknesses and what I’m lacking.
Some children tend to lay out really high goals for themselves academically and put allot of effort into achieving more than they are capable of. Perhaps the academic pressure could come from the family. Certain Highly educated parents tend to force their children to follow a similar career path as them without letting the child have a say in the matter at all. This causes the teenager to lose in interest in his/her life and future. Therefore, Academic stresses, internally or externally, play a significant role in incentivizing an adolescent to take drugs and alcohol to feel
When we honor our personal core values consistently, we experience fulfillment. Core values are developed through experience and development, they impact our personal lives as well, as our professional lives. Three important personal core values that I hold to heart are Family, love and Humor. These are values that I think will make and makes life better and easier for me as a person. Each make me feel secure and prepared for the future.
In this day in age, people with children are starting to go back to college to get a better themselves, but most dropout because they have young children that needs a tremendous amount of attention and on top of working, school is just another thing holding them back from what’s really important. The issue with being a full-time student, worker, and parent is that a student may not have a suitable baby sitter to watch their child, which can have a huge issue that can make a student dropout. As stated in an article in the US News "Being a parent substantially increases the likelihood of leaving college with no degree, with 53% of parents vs. 31% of non-parents having left with no degree after six