The article “Dear Grads: Don’t Do What You Love” by Carl McCoy is effective in persuading college graduates to obtain a job that benefits society. The argument is successful because he has a clear and understanding meaning, uses personal experience, makes readers think for themselves by asking questions, and only includes information necessary to argue his point. He also includes action steps for the audience, “it might be worthwhile for graduates-and the rest of us-if the popular ‘do what you love’ message were balanced with a more timeless message to find work that even in some small way, truly matters” (McCoy, 467). This article is not narrowed to one occupation or field of study, it does a great job at creating a message for all college graduates to get a job that benefits society in one way or
I have seen this situation, this professor reading this paper had seen it and many other people had seen it but the courage with wisdom and disincline are the final victory of human success. This Ramsey book is teaching us to behave good and have purpose, plan and goals in the financial future. It is pointing out that one doesn't need to exceed his income over his spending. From broke time, challenge with courage he finally come to teach us to have discipline about money and how to manage it. It is important and the truth that a person who doesn't have discipline doesn't reach the goal of his life and has no meaningful.
Our social work values support assisting clients to overcome barriers, not automatically judging people for their struggles and taking punitive action. We know that addiction is an illness that is not easy to overcome, even if you place a monetary value on recovery. Our proposed policy will allow clients to gain from the opportunity and accessibility to treatment. In theory, providing treatment to substance abusers will save taxpayers money because the individuals will have an increased ability to contribute to society and find employment. What Ethical Dilemmas Does Alternative Policy Raise for You as a Professional Social Worker?
Your example is one my favorites from the seminar. Truly, we do not realize the power of our minds and how our thoughts impact our feelings and reactions. Similar to an old technology phrase, garbage in and garbage out, we can change the very dynamic of our perceptions by placing a positive spin on a negative situation. As mentioned by Dr. Steinberg, we should fill our minds with golden nuggets (G. Steinberg, personal communication, December 12, 2015). I agree, a positive work environment fosters success.
We will then review how he was an ethical leader by using the concept of free thinking and not falling in to the ethical trap of drive for success. We will also look at how these lessons can be applied to my leadership style. First we will review how he used openness to build trust and respect when he first took over as the coach for Green Bay. Visionary Leader Vince Lombardi had a vision of Green Bay becoming a winning team and by displaying the characteristic of openness from the change management lesson, he started to see that vision come to life. Openness is establishing a communication style that creates an environment of trust and respect (BCEE, 2017a).
Both Milton Friedman 's essay and Reagan’s political work focus on how to achieve a successful system based on the responsibilities of the individuals. Milton’s essay emphasized the role of creating a successful business is to uses “resources and engage in activities that are designed to increase profit so long as it stays within the rules of the game” (Friedman, pg 6). Reagan’s “Farewell Address” engaged in the idea that it is the responsibilities of the citizens to work together to make the nation stay free and strong for future generations to come. “We must keep up our guard, but we must also continue to work together to lessen and eliminate tension and mistrust” (Reagan, p 411) while enforcing the necessary actions to finish the job of
He mentions that the education system has the pinnacle well checked, but is lacking on the basics of the pyramid. This also allows the audience to see that if you have the right bases your pyramid will work for you. Andrade’s choice to use Tupac’s story is for the audience to see that one action can change a person’s life. The anecdote shows us that if you push the person in the right direction with time and tell them that they are worth it and believe in them selves they can improve. It shows us that everyone has the potential to grow, if one has the tenacity.
Why do we need role models? Why do our minds click with a random stranger with sudden respect and admiration? What is the point of having said random stranger talk to you about your future? Well, that’s because they have experienced what you are about to go through, and they want to tell you positive things and make you determined to work hard and achieve great things in life.They want to inspire you to not give up because the potential that everyone has can help society. We typically choose our role models based on their personalities, experiences, achievements, etc.
The fact that he would make every sacrifice for his child's future makes him appeal to the logical person because it's something we can relate to and would do if put in his position. The father is a hardworking, respectable man trying to obtain a job and provide his daughter with the best life can offer. While the primary purpose of the advertisement is to promotes life insurance, subtly, the commercial is selling worry. MetLife, the sponsor of the commercials’, slogan is “Benefits for the if in Life,” and that is exactly what it leaves you asking at the end. The moment the logo appears on the screen, you are left asking “What if?” What if it is all for nothing?
Pursuing a career in a field that we love is a dream that all of us have, but with this ideal situation, a couple questions arise. Will it provide a supportive income? Doing what makes us happy versus doing what is economical: Which outweighs the other? According to Steve Jobs, in his 2005 speech “Do What You Love”, it is important to do what we love and worry about the income later. Jobs states, “...have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
Flesh is all the same.” This detail shows choice is needed because if you don’t choose what you want you can’t create personality and you fall into sameness. Another detail that supports this on page 15-16, “So I expected it, and I was pleased but not at all surprised, when my assignment was announced as nurturer.” This detail shows choice is important because if you are assigned to a job your whole life you should choose yourself or it would cause you to go insane doing a bad job you whole life. To make the Giver community a more positive place it should have choice. If the Giver community had diversity it would become more positive. One example that proves this answer on