However, he scores low in engagement. He tends to alienate his co-workers which can build distrust between them. It is recommended that he take the Communications Skills survey so that the company can help him develop his interpersonal skills to build a more cohesive team. Tim Scott also has high job satisfaction, but tends to act first and think later. It would be beneficial to have him take the What Time of Day am I Most Productive survey to see if his poor decision making is based on his ability to focus.
During of which, he displayed a passive acceptance of injustice, and went on to discredit those indictments. Even before he came into office, Clinton's morals and integrity came into question. Americans saw these questionable qualities he had, but chose to ignore them and hope for the best. The charms of Bill Clinton may have wooed voters to vote for him, but at the end the passive acceptance of injustice proved to be a crucial mistake. Having morality issues did not hinder his ability to gain an office at the White House, but the flaws that Clinton possessed proved a problem : "The 'character issue' stemmed from allegations of infidelity which Clinton refuted in a television interview in which he and Hillary
Wise had plenty of opportunities to clean up the mess himself, but he avoided it because he did not make the mess. He then related that to the issue of racism. He said that people today are irritated with racism but since they did not make the mess, they do not feel like they should clean it up. Wise has made it his life goal to help clean up racial issues and persuade others to help as well. I have always found it very difficult to talk about racial issues with people.
He eventually finds his own morals and tells himself what is right and what is wrong. Part of this realization came from him helping Jim, which troubled his mind because of what society said about helping him. But he then based his decision to help on his own experiences and logic. That is kind of what Fahrenheit 451 puts forth. But instead of trying to gain knowledge it is being destroyed, all because society is trying to promote ignorance which causes sameness in all.
I thought to myself, “how could a man whose treatises have defined the way we think to this day call others out for dictating the thoughts of others when all of his teaching have been equally as persuasive?” But as I dug deeper into the reading I realized that the reason he despised persuading the middle and lower class citizens was because he believed that they were easily persuadable, and not capable of true intellectual thought. Although the argument may be made that he was simply looking out for the middle class, I believe that his argument greatly underestimates the human ability to do what is right, and not what is necessarily the easiest
For example “ I said “I didn’t know I was going to get in into trouble, I liked wellington and I went ot say hello to him, but I didn’t know someone had killed him” father said “just try and keep your nose out of other people’s business” I thought for a little and I said” I am going to find out who killed Wellington”” The simple fact that Christopher does not listen to his father is challenging to Ed because Christopher’s fails to understand the upset and anguish he could case the people he might ask as well this is challenge because of Ed’s frustration he fails to explain to Christopher correctly why he should not investigate . Although this is not an essay critiquing Ed`s parenting, much of Christopher’s challenges of growing up attribute to this thus contributing to Christopher’s character. Ed does not always make the greatest choices when it comes to parenting case and point would be when Ed finds out Christopher has learned of the affair and has taken Christopher’s book from him. Ed hid the book in his closet causing Christopher to go looking for it which unleashes Pandora’s Box, the after math of finding his mother’s letters showed Christopher in a new light dealing with emotions he has never had before and not know what to do with them ``I did it for your own good, Christopher. Honestly I did.
Perhaps it was his own arrogance that stood in the way of getting to know the Indians or his ego that I sensed as he exaggerated when he was being attacked by the so called 200 savages. Overall, I just felt that he was a person that refused to give them the benefit of the doubt and a chance to know them. In reading through Ben Franklin’s works I believe he viewed them in a positive light, I also appreciate the fact that he was a compassionate and willing person in trying to learn and understand their customs to see where they are coming from. It makes sense to know your enemy, but is it not better to view them as potential allies in the face of
Huck questions why he has not turned in Jim because he wants to be what society depicts as good, but in reality, he does what he knows is right. While Huck is on the raft alone, he begins to question why he helps Jim escape while Miss Watson has done nothing wrong to him. Huck feels terrible but he cannot bring himself to pray that he can do the right thing. “I was trying to make my mouth say the right thing and the clean thing, and go and write to that nigger’s owner and tell where he was; but deep down in me I knowed it was a lie-and He knowed it. You can’t pray a lie-I found that out” (Twain 227).
He felt that it was right for him to take that young man’s life. He felt that that young man’s life was inferior to his and that he did not deserve to live because he did not respect him. I think that most people do not understand how much race plays a role in our everyday lives. People want to think that they aren’t racist but you probably say racist things and do not even notice it or you may think that what you are saying is acceptable. Thomas Jefferson has inspired Americans and the homage paid to him by modern political candidates across the ideological spectrum alone is a testament to the enduring power of his ideas and his continuing hold on their imaginations.
The Cynical Smirk In this chapter Loeb discusses the cynical mindset we as a people have. He says cynicism is a self imposed blindness, a rejection of the world because we are afraid it will hurt us or disappoint us. He makes the argument that by our passiveness we allow big companies and government officials to do whatever they like. They believe that they are to big to be beat because we let them believe that. As long as we don’t push back, naturally they will continue to keep taking from us and pushing the boundaries.