HEAD: Dale Earnhardt Jr. valued many things in his life one was his family. They came first before anything that’s why when his father died in that race he didn’t go to victory lane he went to his father’s side and was there when he died. The next thing he really valued was racing because it ran in this family and after his father’s death he felt close to him again even though he is dead. His education was him going through high school then going to college for two years to get his automotive degree. His dad was a big influence he really pushed him to do well in school and to not get in trouble and he learned everything about racing from his father.
Dynamic Nick Some people change overtime and some does not! Nick Carraway the main character of the book The Great Gatsby is a dynamic character. He had changed a lot by the end of the story. Firstly, Nick came to east to earn success and become wealthy, but ended up wanting to go back to the Midwest. Secondly, in the beginning following his father’s advice Nick didn’t judge anyone but at the end he made judgments on people.
25 October 2011 “King Gimp” As I watched the documentary on Dan I encountered two feelings, amazed and happy. I never saw anything in all my twenty five years of living more touching than his story. It’s amazing to see a young man with this disability actually live a normal live and attend college and graduate. The thought of me finishing college seems unreal but to know that Dan can do it really makes me want to push myself in the hardest way because I don’t have any excuse as to why I can’t graduate just like Dan did. Watching his story made me so happy because he was a fighter and he didn’t give up.
Biff and Cory get different vibes as Willy gives support where Troy does everything to put it in a negative light. Willy believes Biff can have a future as a successful athlete but his aspirations of his son’s success becomes destroyed as Cory because of the fact that Biff becomes consumed of his father’s cheating (Casper1010,
This is most evident in the character of Gatsby and his hunt for wealth. Gatsby had dreamed of being rich since he was young, considering his parents “shiftless and unsuccessful”(98) because they were not wealthy. “A world of ineffable gaudiness spun itself out in his brain…”(99) and he was determined to bring this extravagance to his reality. His own father notes, “’Jimmy was bound to get ahead. He always had some resolves like this or something’”(173).
Understand how to establish an effective team. AC. 1.1 The benefits of effective working relationship in developing and maintaining the team Establishing and maintaining good work relationships critical to business success. It is important that good relationships exist between the team members and between the team and the manager. Good working relationship can benefits of more effective team work and improved morale by • Good communication between team and manager-this ensure that information is passed in to all members.
His West Egg fortune comes from working as a business man, typical for most West Eggers who earn money through painstaking years of struggle. Oddly enough, Nick is the only character who knows the distinction between East and West Egg. When he goes to Gatsby’s party he “believed they [young men] didn’t –drift coolly out of nowhere and buy a palace” in West Egg rather similar to the wealthy East Egg aristocrats (49). Nick represents all American’s today- a middle class person who generally does not desire for the future true goal in the American Dream, but eventually, stick with what they have. Although Nick grew up as a prosperous East Egger, he prefers to just go along with his ordinary
The book, China’s Son, perfectly shows how family caused effect on Chen Da, and made him become successful. Although there are many reasons why someone can achieve their dream and the first thing we think of is their hard work. Hard working isn’t the only factor that makes people succeed; research had shown “23 percent of educational attainment is determined by environment, implying that up to 77 percent is determined by nature” (U.S Elementary and Secondary School). There are many causes and factors to make a successful person, and family background and environment is the main reason behind succeed among all of others. Family along can’t make someone become successful, but it’s the main influence behind someone had
Alexis Rognholt Hour 6 Tommy Boy Tommy boy isn’t your average stereotype salesman you think of; in fact if I saw him on the street I wouldn’t believe him to be one at all. As you go through the movie you see Tommy fail in each sale after sale. An ineffective way he uses in selling is that he takes no for an answer easily, in our unit I don’t recall ever learning to just say okay and walk away if someone says no to you. When trying to sell an item, you need to approach them prepared and confident, if you aren’t convinced that what you are selling is the best out there, how are you supposed to convince the customer? They won’t be convinced as you see throughout the movie.
I worked with mixing and processing chemicals, a repetitive and rote role that was worlds away from the life I grew accustomed to in Boston. I rose at 7 am every day, even on some weekends, and left at 5 pm. The work was grueling, particularly because it involved no thought or intellectual output, and I soon discovered that my father assigned me to this role as punishment for my less-than-stellar performance at BU. Furthermore, after weeks on the job, I learned that my father would not simply award me with a good job because I was his son, particularly after a mediocre academic year in University. This continued performance would only earn a position as a factory worker, and nothing