Lastly, I am most like Ralph because I like to be in charge. I like to be in charge, not only because people will listen to me but because I can make the rules. Ralph is in charge in the book because he is the leader of the biguns and littluns. Ralph also likes being in charge because he doesn 't want their chance of survival to decrease and he only wants them to have a good outcome. I like being in charge because I am also someone who likes for other people to have good outcome and I want to help ensure that they are going to have a good outcome in the end Hudson 3 after all.
According to Johns Hopkins University, they state, “Plus, using music for learning makes the process [of learning] much more fun and interesting! Music, one of the joys of life, can be one of the joys of learning as well.” The current rule, “Use only one earbud, only when given permission,” interferes with making the students’ learning experiences as enjoyable as it can be. For some students, school work is hard and stressful, although music may calm the students down while doing homework or taking a test. Johns Hopkins University states, “Use music: to relax...” Students want their learning environment to be stress-free and fun to learn in. If a student prefers noise, he or she should be allowed to have that to be in a more focused learning environment.
Hi Latasha, I agree with how you described that Stevenson’s work enables him to see both sides. I liked the way you put it, that Stevenson “understands how the system actually works and how it is supposed to work.” I wish that those two concepts would always synonymous, but I know that is not always the case. I also agree that he has more empathy for his clients. In the book he talked about experiencing many of the same emotions of his clients, like anger, frustration, and hopefulness. I think this definitely takes a toll on someone in his position, but I also think it is necessary for success.
I will give members of the team appreciation and support for their contributions. As a leader, I will inspire others with courage and hope by finding ways to celebrate accomplishments. 4. I believe leadership is a relationship. The relationship with supervisors, subordinates, and peers is an ongoing process that takes practice to become a better leader.
That world makes me want to finish it to the beat of the music and just relax, it 'll be done when it 's done, I find myself not wanting anything but the task in front of me when I have music. I have discovered through time and research that learning a musical instrument can actually help improve your fine motor and reasoning skills. In fact musicians exhibit enhanced memory functions, and when you think about it, it makes sense especially kids who are in marching band. In general any kid learning an instrument has to memorize the keys, but when you add in a marching band kid needing to remember where to walk and when on a football field, what keys to play, and about 10 minutes worth of music with no paper in front of them,
This virtue requires me to be tolerant, enduring and exercise self-restrain in all I do. Patience is important to me because it prevents me from making hasty decisions and makes me a better person. Above all love is at the centre of my personal values, it makes me appreciate others and see the beauty of life and of God’s creatures. One of my guiding principles is to be affectionate to my family and humanity as whole and to a greater extent to my environment. This virtue is important to me because, it forms the very basis of my being and assistance.
I am a very good listener. So because I like to listen, whenever I talk to someone or anyone I would always listen carefully to them. This is what makes me a very observant person. Everybody has weaknesses, but it is up to us whether we want to keep those weaknesses or overcome it. I mentioned that my weaknesses is overthinking, perfectionist and arrogant.