George Washington Carver was a great man with many beneficial accomplishments. Carver's life was not all smooth sailing, he worked hard and earned all of his success. His main goal was always to help others. He was motivated by many different things in his life. Carver’s long hours dedicated to helping others benefited many people.
As long as I kept studying and increasing my knowledge of my job I would always be put in a leadership role. By encouraging me to come out of my shell, take charge and prove that I could recover from my incident it gave me a lot of hope knowing that I could make this job into a
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.
I’m a first generation american on my father's side and second generation on my mothers. In large part, who I am today, is a direct reflection of them immigrating to this country. I learned hard work, determination, and commitment through stories they shared with me about the lives they built when they arrived to America. I’m proud of my roots and the legacy that my parents and grandparents have instilled in me and much of who I am today is a reflection of their own hard work.
Self Sociologist in the United States today believe that we develop over time because of the different stages of age norms we face in our life span and by “time related rules and regulations”. This means we will have different time periods where we are forced to maintain relationships with people in our life that will help us grow, learn, and make mistakes to build us a better charchecter within ourselves. Personally I have had many milestones in my life that has taught me a lot as far as mistakes and being able to grow as a young man that I have grown into today. Completing High school was a huge social milestone for me, I wanted it for myself but most importantly I wanted to make my family happy.
Since I had been around my dad my whole life and had been socialized by his work ethic, this led me to a job where I would work with hard men who have been on job sites their entire working career. When you work with someone everyday, you begin to pick up some of their traits. Working with grown men, who are construction workers out on a job site, you see everyone working hard and always doing something. It made me want to contribute and become a hard worker in whatever way I could. Whether that meant beating duct metal together or running flex pipe, I always tried my best.
Perseverance is the determination to push through the trials and tribulations fate has thrown to test strength. Throughout my life I truly believe I was tested through adversities and my triumphs made me perceive the difference I could make not only to my community, but also to the people I have crossed paths with. Hard work also plays a role in my life as a willpower to pursue higher dreams and to not settle for mediocracy. Being born and raised in a third world country, me and my family didn’t always have everything we wanted nor the opportunity to change our circumstances. Nevertheless, we had each other and we were more than content.
I believe hard work and a strong work ethic to be imperative in achieving success and finding genuine happiness. While it may cause stress and pain in the short term, obtaining the ability to push through and overcome obstacles that every person faces in life leads to long term happiness and success. Growing up, I moved several times, and as a result I have faced multiple uncomfortable, difficult situations. Therefore, I have grown in character, leaving positive impacts on my relationships, school work, athletics, and more. Specifically, I improved immensely in cross country this last season, a sport I thoroughly enjoy and am extremely dedicated to.
Work is the key to success. We can progress by doing hard work. Hard work allows for people to further their careers. In order to fulfill one’s potential, it is necessary to dedicate a lot of time and work towards goals. Hard work is necessary to obtaining many desirable goals in life.
In real life there are many hardships that face us everyday, making our lives more difficult. Hardships are something that happens in everyone 's life, they teach us valuable lessons that make us wiser by giving us a different perspective on life. The experiences that many of the first colonists endured when they first came to the new land; America, were extreme. They came from a place where they had all of the materials and equipment they needed, into a place where they were they were fighting to stay alive everyday.
Every second I 've spent, makes me grow to become me. Art has helped me take risks and has created a new mindset on how to live my life. I am more outspoken and I take criticism well because you cannot grow as an artist or even as a person without taking into consideration the changes you have
He went through too much adversity, and he shouldn’t have had to work this hard to get what he wanted. He kept going though, and he fought through thick and thin. Mostly thick though and he completed his goal. I think that I should remember this, so that whenever I’m going through a difficult situation I can remember how hard he worked to get what he wanted.
The great Marcus Garvey once said that “a people without knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture are trees without roots”. This quotation has always stuck with me because it validates that, as humans, we all have a story to share. No matter where I go or who I meet, thanks to my story, I have the confidence to embrace who I am every single day. I am a first generation student. Both my mother and father were born and raised in Nigeria and came to the United States in 1998.
Whatever the educated and often professionally successful person previously thought her position in society was, now she is challenged, as random white persons casually but powerfully degrade her. This moment is always insulting and even a relatively minor incident can have a significant impact. (Anderson 253) Anderson is simply restating, how a competent and successful individual will face discrimination if their race is different from the white-ruling class. He describes how anyone from a different race will be forced to self-evaluate their social status as an individual. His description of self-evaluation is similar to the time when I was in high school, every time that I felt I had finally, become equal to my peers and enjoyed the same