Ribbons with a medal were handed out to battle veterans that proved themselves useful in battle. A cheap and easy gift, but it boosted the moral of the men and made them want to fight harder for the approval of ‘the little colonel’. He was at the top of his game during the battle of Austerlitz and his tactics were superior to all other armies. He made his soldiers fearless. Told them they must march straight and never break ranks because psychologically it would discourage the opposing army when they see their opponent walking straight through the battle field with bullets flying past them.
Taylor is a man with seemingly unlimited power to control the very minds of people. In addition to being a story of good v. evil, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington is a David and Goliath story. In addition to being a good man, Jeff Smith is also a man with very little money and power. Jeff doesn't have the resources to fight Taylor. But he knows that he is right, and that's all he needs to keep on fighting.
Like the horseman should have done, people should solve there own problems, not being avoiding them by “helping other” because you can not help someone when you have a problem. The Horseman was famous for his armor, because it was big and shiny. He, during years tried to be the best. He had a tolerant and faithful wife, that had a weakness for wine, and a son named Cristobal, who he wanted to be a horseman. The horseman was always in battles, trying to be the best and admiring his armor.
Their tenderness and care for Big Joe is very touching. Big Joe is mentally disable and sometimes his noisy and he do thing that he shouldn’t do but they still understand him. Charlie and Tommo look out for big Joe and protect him. Charlie loves and really care to his brother Tommo an example for this is when Charlie sticks with Tommo of first day of school. He defends him against the bully of Jimmy Parson kicks during his fight over big Joe.
Even though Hotspur gets a lot of glory from being a strong military leader [a trait that is valued very highly during his time], his attitude towards life is unbalanced because he identifies himself solely with his reputation of determination and honor. He uses his own pride against himself during battle, when it becomes obvious they are going to lose, and he decides to proceed to fight: Forty let it be. My father
Another drawback is that Hiccup is not only physically small, but mentally small too, especially when he is being compared to bigger, better, and stronger Vikings. He is prone to letting his insecurities reflect negatively in his actions, showing weakness. When he is unsure of himself, others may be unsure of him and his intentions also. Most of the time, leaders are outspoken and assertively firm to get their point across effectively. In Hiccup’s scenario, he is soft spoken, yet effective in his orders/ideas.
Men who lived by a set ethos, taught to have no emotion other then the love of war and battle. Men who where made to be as hard as stone and strong as steel. 300, though not an accurate film did shed light on a cultural thinking. Perfection of the body, duty to country and family, and honor above all else. This movie show what a cultural believed so many centuries ago and how many of their standards hold true today.
Mr. Pacetta would take the never quit attitude from his mother and the business and people savvy of his father and combine them to make one outstanding mentor and leader. Mr. Pacetta did not try and reinvent the wheel when it came to the leadership principles that he adopted to become a successful leader. Here are just a few of Mr. Pacettas leadership traits, what they mean and how they are applicable in a military environment. He is a lead from the front person; he will not simply give orders and expect his minions to comply with them. He will go out and show them how to act and perform.
The most important theme shown in this film is to never give up. Never giving up is important to everyone because if we do give up on something then it affects that person for maybe their entire life or for a while. Dre parker shows us to never give up while he is doing his practising because if he did give up then he wouldn’t be able to defend himself if he is getting bullied. He also shows us never giving up when he breaks his leg in the tournament he still wants to participate so badly. Mr Han asks him why he badly wants to fight he says “Because I'm still scared.
The main character acts as a strong-willed person, he prefers going on his work, hiding his fear. I suppose, Here lies the main conflict of the story, which is “man against himself” type. Mr Budd was to overcome his own dreads and use all the inquisitiveness he had, which was completely uncommon to him in his daily-routine. It seems to me that Mr Budd is a very brave person; few people would have stayed being in his shoes. In the outcome of the story, when the barber “In the pride of his knowledge he had set a mark on his man, “ made the murderer’s colour green, Mr Budd showed himself as a nobly intelligent and greatly cunning person, who used his inspiration in the right channel.