The Importance Of Drive Through The Looking Glass
Drive has always been one of my strongest personality traits. I’ve had it for as long as I can remember. Drive in my definition is being able to keep pushing and going even when things are going good or terrible. Along with drive, I have also been able to change the way that I think about things pretty quickly once I have a clear conscience.
I just recently lost my job, on November 28th. Working at Hwy 55 was the best thing that has ever happened to me, I was a waitress and it took me about four days to get the hang of things. I got hired on October 20, and a month later I got fired for miscommunication on my manager’s side. Basically, I got fired for his mistake.
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When I was waiting for my sister I began to realize that maybe this job wasn’t mean for me, and that I should stay humble. I then went shopping with my last check, and my sister told me that her friend got hired at Jimmy John’s the same night that I got fired. We went and I put in an application which will be reviewed that Friday. I wasn’t making as much as I should be, and at Jimmy John’s, I could be making about $300-$400 every two weeks which is what I need to save for a car. I could have just stopped and not filled out that application, but I did. I had the drive to keep going and looking at it from a positive aspect instead of a negative aspect. That is one of the many examples of how I’ve had the drive to keep pushing and going no matter the situation.
The Psychoanalytic School of Thought was brought up by Sigmund Freud. This school of thought focuses on the id, ego, and superego. Drive in a psychoanalytic aspect is what they body wants and needs. A ‘bruised’ ego can cause you to strive for more, this is having the will and drive. Such as a person you thought was your friend says that you’re “incompetent”, you subconsciously tell yourself that you’re not and find yourself drifting away from that person. Your id is what makes up personality, and that is what makes us who we are, likes, dislikes, the whole nine