In the words of Jessie Owens, “We all have dreams. But in order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort.” Reb Saunders, Mr. Galanter, and Mr. Malter live that out extremely effectively. Reb Saunders exhibits dedication in a couple ways throughout the book. Clearly, Reb has displayed that he loves his family very much. He cares especially about his eldest son Danny.
Brown treated him like his son. While their time together, Greg learned a valuable lesson from Brown. A treasure has to only be important in the owner’s eyes. He also learned his da only lectures him because he loves him and wants him to succeed in life. Greg smiled at the thought of listening to a lecture when he came home.
It is the people that run the organization. It is the people that make things happen.” He knew very well that everyone is important. He appreciated everyone and this made everyone to identify their value of existence in the organization and even in the world. People often say that “It’s not about who you are, but who you know”. Uncle Lim always believed that treating everyone well means securing the assistance when
When his father passes away, he begins to cherish his family values. Gogol is very caring and committed to his passions. He follows his dreams, which make him into a successful individual. Case Conceptualization Ego Psychology Ashoke demonstrates his id, ego, and superego in various instances. His ego consists of his ability to have a stable job and family in this country by following its societal rules.
He believed they were smarter and trusted in the older generation to know what was best for them, “But in our hearts we trusted them. The idea of authority… was associated in our minds with a greater insight and a more human wisdom” (Remarque 12). It was a stable part of his life to have comfort and safety in knowing Paul and his peers were doing the right thing since that is what they were told to do. He even joined the war simply because he was asked to by his teacher, Kantorek, and this blind following shows his complete faith in his elders. Once Paul got to the front, he quickly realized that his confidence in the supposedly wiser generation was misguided, “The first bombardment showed us our mistake, and under it the world as they taught us broke into pieces” (Remarque 13).
CAPT Beauregard also understands the value of a strong work-life and takes every opportunity to remind his crew they are more important than their work and should take their earned leave to enjoy time with their families. His people know he truly cares for them and they respond with a greater sense of pride and dedication. 6. CAPT Beauregard passionately believes in the potential of his Chief’s and understands the value of a unified Mess. Realizing current and former Chief Petty Officer’s make up more than thirty percent of his command’s unique personnel structure, and believing a united Mess is a dramatic force multiplier, he personally designated space for the creation of a Chief’s Mess.
Soldiers like him with their unwavering commitment to put the missions first and do whatever it takes to complete it, are the reason why the United States of America are one of the most respected countries in military power. Audie Murphy’s actions truly display what it means to be a great leader and putting his team’s well-being before
Colin Powell’s story is one that never stops, it keeps going . Growing up as an immigrant life wasn’t easy Colin. Powell understood that a successful life wasn’t handed to him. His story is one to admire, as well as his bravery and honor . He is a role model that shows everyone “Man, I can be at the top too.” Colin Powell’s story began when his parents told him how important it was to do the best you could possibly do.
My brother's name is Carson and he is 10! Caron looks up to me a whole bunch, so it is my job as a big brother to show him how it's done. I feel like I have accurately shown his how to be a great student and how to maintain good grades. But now I'm showing his how to be responsible. By taking this class he is starting to understand that his brother has obligations to attend to in order to better himself in life.
My family is very inspiring to me. I am very thankful that my parents brought me into this world. Growing up my parents always showed me how exactly things work in life. One of the hardest things that I had to accept was that I could not have everything I wanted. There were times when my parents spoiled me but I was always taught to be thankful of the things that I had and to not be so selfish.