They 're pouring their heart and soul in to a project that means everything in the world to them." Passion is the drive for you to succeed as it is what pushes you through tough times and reminds you to continue moving forward even when life beats you down. Your self-interest reminds you of the achievements that you could make and will make if you continue to strive for success. When you are passionate about something that you would love to do, the activity itself would not feel like a chore and you would be enjoying every single moment you spent on working towards your goal. Every time that passion is seen, life will be worth living.
This will help the way I am perceived by my supervisors, the public and all Court house employees. I think it is very important to not just “put in your hours” but, to always work hard, strive to go above your best and do more than most people by working harder and longer. To accomplish this objective I will do all task with a sense of urgency and volunteer for high-visibility positions. A great employee should seek tout opportunities to contribute more, and be known as the go-to person even if it means arriving early and leaving late. If you want to be noticed as the “go to person” there is no substitute for hard
When people set goals for themselves, they are set themselves up for success but learning how needs and motives influence motivation is important. The central idea behind Maslow’s theory is that unsatisfied needs motivated him until he became satisfied with his work. Everyone and I repeat everyone makes mistakes along the way and no one is perfect. Maslow may have made a few trial and errors along the way but he became known worldwide for his evidence as well as his hard work and dedication he put into his work. He stood for something and did not stop until he seen it through.
Have you ever worked super hard for something and good things came out of it? Or in other words have you won a competition or just have done really good at something that you tried really hard to achieve? Well, the protagonist, Lupe Medrano in, ”The Marble Champ,” by Gary Soto, does exactly that. From achieving your goals to feeling good about yourself, hard work is always the right choice for people all around the world. Hard work always pays off.
Has anyone ever called you gritty person? If you’ve been called gritty, you should be very proud of yourself. Grit is the ability to get work done whether it 's a long term goal or not. It easily shown that some people have trouble trying to achieve goals that require a lot of work for a long period of time. If you are a gritty person, you will be able to achieve any long-term goal by being consistent and passionate about it.
In my opinion, purpose is the greatest satisfaction in life. To offer a positive impact to the greater good of mankind is my ultimate goal, but before any goal is achieved, a strong foundation must be in place. Education is my starting point, I will do well in English 1301 and continue to excel in school and earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, to build a strong foundation, live a more purposeful life, and become a role model. A strong foundation is the single most important asset in any aspect of building, it is the starting point. I was told by my father that if I imagined myself as a rocket, with a strong platform and a lot of fuel inside, that I could touch the stars.
Role models, for example, can serve people of efficacy. A person who looks up to someone who has already completed the desired goal help to encourage you to keep working towards you completely the goal as well. I think that everyone need at least a small amount of self-efficacy in order to make the world a better place. There is no such thing as self-efficacy because all it means in that you are even more drive and working harder to achieve what you want to
Curiosity allows me to be challenged and result to widen my perspective and knowledge. In my opinion, having too high of a standard and being a high achiever is my weakness when it comes to learning. Being highly motivated, I have a standard that meets my motivation. I always push myself to do better. There are pros and cons of having high standard.
These have all shown the importance of responsibility when it comes to being in any position in a group or organization. If I do not carry my own weight in a group, then I am leading the whole group to failure. This quality has also shown me that I need to take responsibility for any and all of my actions and admit to what I have done, whether it be positive or negative, and to learn from my mistakes to better myself as a person. One thing that leadership positions have taught me is to be the best positive influence in someone’s life. Even if it is just getting a laugh out of someone, I am dedicated to being a good, positive influence to those around me because in today’s society, we are all too often bombarded with negativity.