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  • My Journey Of Transition To A New Life

    Everyone have some sort of struggles in life. I think most of the time that we see people every day with their game faces on. Life demands us to grow and become stronger human beings. But not everyone is same. We people choose our path according to our goals in life. Those paths might be many different according to their interests, beliefs and dreams. Those paths sometimes make us outsiders in society and in our hearts. This world is filled with people yet we find ourselves being lonely. This is…

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  • Growth Mindset Essay

    Growth mindset No one is born smart; you have to exercise your brain in order to become smarter. The difference between fixed and growth mindset is that people with a fixed mindset believe you either are or aren’t good at something based on your inherent nature because it is just who you are. However, people with the growth mindset challenge themselves, take charge of their learning and review mistakes until they understand them. According to Carol Dweck, these two different mindsets lead to…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Center Of My Childhood

    There are many ways that people get reminded of their childhood memories. I get to visit the largest memory from my childhood almost every single day, considering that it is the barn that I grew up visiting and working at. It holds plenty of my childhood memories and holds many stories; happy, sad and everything in between. To me this place is the epitome of comfort, safety and privacy and is always a solid, never changing, good place to go when you need to be alone and thinking about issues…

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  • The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian Essay

    The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian teaches the reader that competence is not related to your IQ. Arnold Spirit serves as an example for this. Throughout the story he becomes more competent, and this is shown in various story points. One has to grow up to become more competent, it does not matter how intelligent they are. Age is one of the only cures for incompetence. In the beginning of the story, Arnold is somewhat incompetent. “And then Dad pulled down his rifle and bullets from…

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  • Personal Responsibility Essay

    Looking past the past through the present to the future working and learning about responsibility is very important to me . My dad taught me a lot about work not only having a job but working hard to make sure his family is fed and we have the things we need. My father was a single parent after my mother die in 2002. Having three kids to take care of wasn 't part of his plan. My dad took care of us financially and emotional, which was very hard dealing with his emotions he felt for my…

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  • Analysis Of The Five Ways To Kill Your Dreams

    Do you still have faith in your dreams or did you already kill them? To this day there are many people that hate what they are doing for a living. Why do they hate it? Probably because they are doing something that they don’t love and they settle for less. Where did their dream go wrong? What caused them not to follow their dreams anymore? If you ask people these questions they would probably come up with a million excuses of what caused them to dismantle their dreams. In her TED presentation,…

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  • Example Of Delivering A Speech

    Delivering your speech Now comes the big day, and even though you’ve practiced the previous day, you are still very nervous. The ideal thing to do is to get to the event, an hour or 45 minutes before it actually starts. This way, you’ll have enough time to prepare you visual aids and other presentation tools, tidy yourself one last time, and perhaps practice one last time, before people start coming. Have a check list if necessary (prepared one day in advance or before you start putting…

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  • Analysis Of Pyotr Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto 1

    It is quiet. My father and brother are out of the house. They are doing their “Father-son” bonding time. I sit on the couch, watching a show. It is mindless a drama show where people fight for no reason. It is nice to let go every now and then, forgetting all the strife in life. “What is this?” my mother asks me. She is holding up my report card. I sigh, “My report card.” I know what is coming next. I pick up the remote and turn off the television. I prepare myself for her anger. “I meant…

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  • Virtual School Essay

    II I hold Nicholas’ sleeping form in my arms as I walk out the house. Carefully, I place him in the backseat of my car where his child seat takes up residence, a child seat I would soon need to get rid of. A few months, almost four, have passed since my parents’ death. The shock of it wore off and now I find the air getting into my lungs a lot easier and my emotions no longer swirl uncontrollably inside of me. Some would find it wrong, but my parents being gone is almost soothing to me.…

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  • Resilience In Your Life

    Until last year, I never thought of myself as being resilient. Resilience is an attribute that I have but never really thought about until it was difficult for me to bounce back. I had to learn to be resilient at a really young age. My mother is addicted to drugs and alcohol. I was lucky enough to grow up with my dad with limited visits with my mother. I still had to consistently deal with the consequences of her actions. Learning to bounce back was easy for me, until I had to be more…

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