Nick Sparkman 3/30/13 1. What motivational approach is Mr. Ferrell using? Mr. Ferrell is using the McGregor’s Theory X system of motivation. It states that the ordinary person dislikes work and will try to avoid it if possible and will avoid responsibility, with little motivation. We all know that he was wrong on all points.
This is why I strongly believe that no person is truly evil. I think that everyone is a good person but we all have an inner darkness deep inside us. When that darkness comes out to the world and humans do things that they are not proud of, it does not make them evil people, it just shows that we all have our own flaws and nobody is perfect. All people make mistakes and bad decisions throughout their lives, this is what makes us human. I believe that even though people make mistakes and make bad decisions it does not make them an evil person.
I am a very out-spoken person who conveys my feelings to any one whether my feelings are good or bad. I am not afraid of failure as there is no one who succeeds at everything they do. Failure is indeed a part of life. The one style that I feel is somewhat reducing my overall effectiveness is the achievement style. According to Human Synergistics International, the achievement style measures a way of thinking that is highly associated with personal effectiveness
People always tend to give negative opinion to this term. Why is that so? It is because they did not have much education of culture shock, thus they will always find themselves reacting negatively to this term. Believe me, if one is being asked about the effects of culture shock, one tends to give only bad or negative effects. What they have to know is culture shock need not be unpleasant.
Quotes for All Quiet on the Western Front. Chapter 1: Quote: The wisest were just the poor and simple people. They knew the war to be a misfortune, whereas those who were better off, and should have been able to see more clearly what the consequences would be, were beside themselves with joy. Katczinsky said that was a result of their upbringing. It made them stupid.
Parmenides rejected pluralism and the reality of any kind of change: for him all was one indivisible, unchanging reality, and any appearances to the contrary were illusions, to be dispelled by reason and revelation. Not surprisingly, this philosophy found many critics,
If we were all responsible for everything that happened to everybody we’d had anything to do with, it would be very awkward” this further emphasises Birlings ignorance and cowardice attitude towards responsibility within society. He doesnt want to expect that he has anything to do with the death of a lower class citizen as he doesn't think they have the same rights and feelings. “i can't” implies he isn't willing to try and understand, he is so narrow minded and stuck in his way that he won't even attempt to understand what he has done is in fact at all wrong. Mr Birling doesn't think about what his actions are doing to others and what they are affecting. This is equally due to his age and the society he is surrounded by.
In the final sestet Harding poses the question “And why unblooms the best hope ever sown?” (Harding l. 14), which he answers by saying that death and time are indifferent as to who they grace with happiness or depression. There is no mention of any omniscient force in the last stanza. The words “Casualty”, “Time”, and “Doomsters” are all capitalized here. Even though death and time are no more tangible than gods Harding chooses something he can get a grasp of. It’s safe to say that Hardy is an Atheist looking for answers as to why things
In the end, Vladimir and Estragon could be viewed as completely useless simply because they don’t obtain the one thing that is necessary to have a somewhat ‘successful’ life. Lucky, throughout his life would fulfill his reason to be there, whilst Vladimir and Estragon would have done nothing, except perhaps, if classified as a purpose, wait for Godot. However, is it possible that physical suffering is worse than mental suffering? It can be concluded that every character in Waiting for Godot suffers, whether it’s physical or mental. However, if we base our thoughts on how characters mentally suffer, we could say that Vladimir and Estragon suffer more than Lucky because there is an empty part of their life, which can be argued to be the most important aspect of one’s life.
No one is entitled to anything more than basic rights. We need love, we need peace and we need understanding. As of now the system we have isn’t working and we have a history of hate filled people controlling things. We need to remove the hate filled control, and replace it with the equality of human love. We need to wipe the slate clean, remove all the infectious bad mindsets we currently have.