She did diagnose the problem, but it was her lack of communication that resulted in her downfall. Rather than gaining information and the approval from the President and Vice President, Albanese should have taken the time to visit each home location to speak to the other stakeholders in order to have a better understanding of what problems and issues each region was facing. Team work it essential when implementing change within an organization and Albanese acted alone. The way we know that Albanese’s plan was not implemented properly is because none of the managers were reporting back to her. “Eight weeks later, Albanese had not received notices from any regions about local price or purchase changes.
The reader can tell that Esperanza wants to become a writer when the book says ‘One day I will pack my books and paper. One day I will say goodbye to Mango.’ Another goal the two have in common is to fit in. Cisneros didn’t fit in to her family because she was the only girl and had six brothers. She said that her dad always said ‘I have seven sons’ wishing he actually did. Esperanza doesn’t fit in because the only friend she has is her little sister Nenny who she doesn’t even consider her friend because she is too young.
In both The Exorcist and Young Goodman Brown the reader finishes the book unsatisfied because there are many questions and problems left unfulfilled. The story is not completely closed because for the reader there are so many things left unknown to the imagination. In my opinion I view closure as almost a necessity to a good ending. However, I know many people would disagree with me on that. But the only times I make an exception to that thought is when the book is part of a series.
Nearing the end of the book lies is built to the max and some fall apart, while others are never explained. In the beginning of the book the lies already start to unfold when Tasha’s father moves out. The first thought of this wasn’t so bad for Tasha because the way her father told her this news. He said “But your mother and I think that it is best if we live apart right now.” (p.10) What he said was not a lie, but it was certainly was not the truth. The way he said this to Tasha makes her have this sense of false hope in that her parents are not separated, they are just “living apart.” This quickly unfolds at school when one of the girls loses a game to Tasha and says “I just let you win because my mother told me that everyone is suppost to be nice to you because your parents are getting separated and everything.” (p.7) This confuses Tasha, and makes her question what her father and mother said to her and if they were telling her the truth or not.
Her eyelids would not flicker for minutes at a time. Often I fought off the temptation to shake her. At sixteen she had a style of her own: and knew what style was” (Walker, 2011, p.283). Meanwhile, Maggie and her mother were raised without any education, they decides to live the simple and plain life just like their ancestors “I never had an education myself. After second grade the school was closed down.
The essay, “Cultural Baggage” by Barbara Ehrenreich believed that you don’t have to be the religion or culture you were brought up with. She believed that you are your own culture, and you’re allowed to be who you want to be. She believed that she was a part of the “nothing” culture, which meant she didn’t follow any of the cultural acts that her family would. She believed that she could do what she wanted, believe in what she wanted to, even though it was unlike her culture. I think she hit the nail right on the head with what she said in this essay.
I can't say it is easy, but it is mine. Unfortunately, my parents had different ideas about my future. Even though, my mother always says that there are only two professions for woman: teacher and doctor. She still didn't want me to be a teacher, at least not a math teacher. I tried to study business, but then my father said no.
For instance, Amy has had the same ground rules throughout her children’s life; they are not allowed to get any grades less than an A, they are not allowed to not play the piano and the violin, they are not allowed to engage in play dates, and so on. Amy also thinks that it is okay, to shame your children if their performance was mediocre. She believes that western parents have got it all wrong, when it comes to this. She thinks that the only way to building a good confidence is by shaming your children into not giving up. And therefore it is no wonder that western children end up having low self-esteem, their parents just watch them fail.
Simply, they are out of the box careers such as fashion photographers, copywriters, wedding planners, radio jockeys, Dj’s and food reviewers. Most people do not opt for unconventional career choices, as they are refuted to be out of the norm or unorthodox , even “rebellious.” The sole reason they have become unconventional is due to the misconception of society or mainly our elders. You see, when they were growing up, they were not given or had the exposure to the vast possibilities to which we have today. Parents force their ideals and aspirations onto their children.What their kids desire is never taken into consideration. Hence, when we choose a path that is not parallel to theirs, that is to say the choice of an unconventional career, they panic and tell us otherwise, embedding in our minds that the such choices might be a blight to their future.
From my own personal experience I can testify to the fact that the lack of programs in my community helped contribute to my teenage bad behaviors. Although my high school had many sport programs, I was not interested. There were no other programs offered to students like myself, who were interested in activities such as art, music, or dance. There were no town recreation centers and no church programs for those that were not catholic. With the lack of programs I was more prone to the bad influences that many teens face.