For Bernie Madoff he was able to use a couple of different factors to continue to bring in more business for his firm. Bernie was a very smart, intelligent man himself and was well liked in the financial community. Madoff had received his Bachelor’s Degree from Hofstra University where he had previously served as a trustee until his scheme was revealed (Troop, 2009). Madoff had been instrumental in the development of the NASDAQ providing him first-hand knowledge of this new market and how it would make things easier, especially for him and his Ponzi scheme (Ferrell, Fraedrich, & Ferrell, 2013). Having served as the NASDAQ Chairman for three years in the early nineties, knowledge of the changes being made to the regulations were virtually placed in his lap and made it much easier for him to keep up this scheme.
On March 22nd, at the San Francisco March for Science event, Adam Savage gave a presentation about the enemy of science is bias. The main point in Adam Savage’s speech would be that science is the key to saving our world. Yet, science has a big enemy and that is bias. His speech was easy to follow, but at the same time it was not, because of how fast he was moving. Although, he was just implementing his main point throughout the entire speech.
This triangle includes the audience, purpose, and author. Slutkin used all three of these aspects in his lecture. Throughout his entire lecture, Slutkin had a purpose. His purpose was to inform the public that violence can be treated like a contagious disease. Slutkin never strayed from his purpose and always kept the audience’s focus.
Ishmael Beah’s memoir, A Long Way Gone, replays a part of Beah’s life that will always be very vivid to him. The reader learn certain information based on Beah’s first person point of view. Next, he highlighted facts about his life that could not be left out of his story. He implied emotion through his diction he chose to write with. My response the book was incredible satisfaction that Beah was able to escape the horrific war and migrate to another country where he would be safe from the dangers of Sierra
Steve Jobs and Stephen King both employ the idea of death to inspire their audience to strive for greatness while taking chances and to give back money where it belongs, respectively; however, Jobs uses simple and complex sentence with formal language to convey his message with short, easy-to-remember business mottos while King balances mostly informal and formal language, with both complex and simple sentences as well to increase the effectiveness of their arguments. They approach their mottos in different ways but are both individually successful due to their backgrounds, as Jobs has a background in business, strengthening his business-like mottos and King has a more relatable background as an “everyday guy,” strengthening his informal mottos,
1. From the excerpt and article, describe the rationalizations used by Mr. Pavlo? Pavlo said in an interview that he wanted to advance his career and was very eager to make his way to the top level position of the management of the organization (Portal, 2008). He also told that he was rewarded always by doing bad things. Although, he was at pressure in meeting the company’s goals; but he managed his superiors and made sure that he was doing good in fulfilling the company’s goals.
In reading one the most successful and influential books written in the 21th century about the seven habits of successful written by Stephen Covey, I was inspired and will acclimatize some of the habits mentioned in the book to make me more valuable and respected educated individual in the world. He talks about different approaches, effective and quintessential lessons that you cant learn from just doing nothing and not pushing yourself to explore and expanding your repertoire in ways to solve problems effectively. Stephen also talks about how these certain habits have transformed lives of presidents, CEO’s, educators, and parents, and in shirt have changed millions of people of all ages and occupations. In addition, the ones who have read
Martin Luther King Jr. had a strong opinion on education.He says that education makes a man the man he is going to become.Education is the key to success. Martin Luther King r. Loved the way people used education to reach their goals. Martin enjoyed watching people graduating from high school and college. Education can make you rich, take steve jobs for an instant, he graduated 1st in his class and now he is a multi-millionaire. Martin Luther King Jr. thought you can reach your goals with education.
Enveloped in an atmosphere of “the culture of success”, where people are convinced that the best and brightest people should go to Wall Street, students at elite universities regard working on Wall Street as their preferred and ultimate goal. The “most important part of cognition” refers to the abilities to realize what they really yearn for deep down. In the process of self-discovering, some of the elite students hardly question or ponder what they might truly passionate about; they lose themselves, pursuing not just in the material sense of personal wealth and success. Moss points out that before obesity became a serious concern, the relationship between supply and demand was the prevailing concern among the company’s managers, “that’s what the consumer wants, and we’re not putting a gun to their head to eat it. That’s what they want.
It will make you a better leader, a better conversationalist, a better spouse, a better sales executive, and it will instantly make you more likable and the most popular person at a party. Jim Reynolds, the CEO of Loop Capital, a boutique bank based in Chicago, really drove this point home to me years ago. When Reynolds first started out in the sales training program at IBM, one of the biggest things he learned was to make sure you listen to your customer. "Most people will tell you what they want," Reynolds says. "All you have to do is pay attention and listen to it.