For example; I wouldn’t consider my brother to be a leader because he lacks the inclusiveness aspect. He is very narrow minded and ignorant. He fails to listen to other because he automatically assumes to be right and he is not opened to other people’s perspectives. However, he is a very purposeful. He has a lot of goals for himself and envisions changes for the community that we live in.
From the way we are physically, to those around us emotionally, to the way in which we perceive the entirety of the world. Around us, everything will eventually change. Majority of the time we are not even overtly conscious of the changes that are occurring, but none-the-less they are happening. The alterations in our lives are a natural course that cannot be easily stopped or controlled. When we think of all of the things we valued and appreaciated at the ages of, six, ten and even fourteen, the continuous abundance of the transformations in our lives becomes apparent to us.
This created confusion of reporting responsibilities, political tension, and reluctance to take responsibility and action. To address the main problem Erik Peterson is inexperienced and this shows in his incapacity to handle various situations in the case. He lacks the support of the upper management (Jenkins and Hardy), and does not reach out for help among his peers( Green,Cantor) He also has to face insubordination,Curt Andrew being the prime accused in this case. He also faces the Turn on Deadline 1) Lack of communication from frontline workers to Curt Andrews (and thus Erik) in providing tower building status, updates, or needs. Erik seems hampered at quickly knowing exactly where the 21 towers stand.
It seems clear that if one individual harms another, through whatever means, it makes it more difficult for the harmed individual to carry out parts of their “life-plan”. According to Mill, this is where intervention should occur. This is not a valid way of exercising your autonomy because you are putting the autonomy of other individuals at risk. This is what constitutes harm. However, the state or any other individual has no grounds to intervene if you’re not seen to harm others.
This made them lose to Reliant in every concession and they gave up too easily due to the fact that they had not prepared.Also, they gave the power to Reliant early on in the negotiation which affected them as they were doing whatever Relaint asked of them.Another blaring flaw in their negotiation strategy was that even though they knew that the forcast figures stated by Reliant were overstated, still they didn’t do anything. In short there negotiation strategy was nothing, as they had not prepared for such an outcome so they did not have a negotiaiton strategy in such a
The only matter that could change in the past is the human being’s own mind and how they construct their own perspectives of the past. For example, a person may see a wrong-doing in their past as a regret, or they may have seen it as an opportunity, or even in a case of denial. People can shape the past to their own brain’s boundaries, but human beings cannot change the EVENTS in the past, nor can they prevent events from happening in the future. If someone distances oneself from terrible reality of the inevitable (like age and death) by doing so, one only serves to amplify the damage upon oneself. If reality is inevitable, and there is nothing one can do to stop it, change it, alter it, or make it happen, one may want to distance them self or even ignore the possibilities of inevitable events.
“…comrades, I will tell you my dream of last night… a dream of the earth… when man has vanished” (Orwell 22). However, this idea was nothing more than a dream itself. This dream which led into a journey that unravels into a series of hardships was written by George Orwell in his book “Animal Farm.” Orwell showed that when leadership becomes corrupted, the struggle of power from people to government destroys the liberties and freedoms of the people with the replacement of oppression and slavery. Various times Orwell’s book demonstrates that the actions of the characters can lead to prosperity. However at the same time their actions can run untamed and lead to depravity.
As usual, outcomes are always extremely important. I cannot stand my mistakes affecting other people, especially the ones I care. Therefore not only would I consider my principle, I would go through all the possible outcomes turned from my actions. Maybe you would think my process is not so simple after all, but I can assure you as long as you have made your mind set, it is a straight road towards making a reasonable ethical decision. Like everyone else, I really don't want any one of my decisions to be wrong.
So, to sum up freedom most pertains/explains in to the person or people itself. Independence, on the other hand, means a freedom with rules and regulations it pertains for the country. It is being free but always entails .great responsibilities. You’ll need to think twice for every action you want to do unlike in freedom you yourself will create your own limitations and just do what you want. Independence means standing by your own without depending onto others, you must be on yourself and should not rely to someone’s decision, support/influence.
Also, in a way, it is to be believed that Neil saw himself in Todd, because Neil acted towards his father the way Todd acted towards everyone. By trying to help Todd, he thought maybe he could help himself. Neil claims, “the meek might inherit the earth, but they don’t make it into Harvard,” and he’s right, he’s meek, and he never makes it into Harvard. Todd’s worst fear is that his life has no meaning, and therefore, he has no verse to contribute. For example, after the first day of