Kids should get paid for good grades. Kids in today's society all want money and we'll do anything to get it, including get good grades. Many studies have shown that people work harder if they physically get something out of there work such as money or candy. Since the kids today don’t get anything for good grades it's making them not want to try hard or put in any work into their school grades. Just think, going to work every day and not getting paid, would people still try their best and put all their time and effort into their job?
It is important to strive for goals because it is what creates success, makes people interesting, and generates high-self esteem when difficult tasks are accomplished. Personal goals differ between people and this is okay. For a money-challenged person setting up a saving account and saving money is a huge challenge. On the other hand maintaining a part-time job while going to school and keeping high marks may be an easy challenge for a person who has no problems with learning content. These goals, saving money or working part-time while going to school, provide purpose for these individuals.
Everyone is so used to correlating success with money and good jobs that we incorporate it in our daily lives without even knowing. Our parents are partly responsible for the way our society thinks of success. They are the ones that nurture us and teach us our morals and values. For example, my parents also brought me up saying that being successful when I grow up means that I have a good job with a good salary. The implications are that
This quote directly represents how I feel educating is important to one's self-improvement and the improvement of the work around them. It is crucial for a person to always keep learning, its what develops the brain, helps to form our character and it is a privilege that not all people are able to get. it is when we stop learning and educating ourselves out body becomes a useless vessel. But education can't help build a better future without action, one of my personal goals is to help people, inspire them and make their lives better. I was lucky enough to have a chance of getting an education, having food on my plate and a roof over my head in order for me to become who I am today.
It just takes a little attention and hard working to get to know someone and to trust each other. I learned this lesson during SEW week and it was amazing to see other people’s true colors and their identity being revealed. I also learned that team work is always better and important than individual or independent work, team work helps you finish work earlier and efficiently than independent does and trusting each other helps to build up a strong team. I in addition learned that you can’t get a perfect relationship with some of the kids because you don’t connect with them and put your prideness aside and blend in with them. When I tried talking to one of the girls, they said about their situation at home and how they ended up the place they are today and also about what they do after you graduate high school.
Give back to them for all of their hard toil. Being a child of immigrant parents makes you appreciate life so much because everyday it’s an opportunity to be the best you can be to make everyone around you proud. My parents can’t got back to school and get an education so being able to see me succeed is worth their hard work. My parents have taught me to never give up. I know that some doors may be closed on me but that doesn’t mean other doors won’t open.
So I left the company to work in a factory work that I absolutely detest but the pay was good and the hours were awesome so I had to do it for my family. I turned out not to be that bad of a job the conditions were deplorable but the people I work with were great and it worked for a while but my kids were about to start school and I knew that there was no better time then than to finally take a shot at going back to school so I made up my mind and took the
In today’s world, it is in the best of interest of not only today, but the future. We are often asked if we want to turn out to be like our parents. Money is included in this question and that is why working now—even while going to school—will prepare me for the future. I have the opportunity to move up in class, be in a better place financially than my parents, and eventually pay my parents back for everything they did for me. While it will take some time, it will be worth
As of today I am consider as a transactional and a transformational leader because in work I just go to work and make money do what I have to do, but there are sometimes that I must go above and beyond so that our clients that hired us will be satisfied with the work. Same goes for school but I am more of a transformational leader because I do my school work like everyone else, yet I give my time to help my classmates to understand material or I include more things in my work than others. This is why I am considered a transformational and transactional leader because of my actions, and while this is my current leadership model I want to become more of a adaptive leader. The reason I want to become an adaptive leader is because it is part of
Unfortunately that's our society, and its not only in sports, it's in life, you know everybody thinks they should get a job, everyone thinks they should get a good job, but that's just not how it works. If you aren’t smart enough, dont have the qualifications or don’t work hard enough, then you can't expect to get the job over the person that is just better than you. This mentality of everyone should get a job is what we are preparing our generation for. Kids are being brought up thinking that coming last and not working as hard as the other kids is ok, because they're being rewarded for it. You finish 5th, you walk home with a nice 5th place medal, your parents are all