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  • The Used Tool Analysis

    This tool will help me identify the root of the problem and hopefully I can overcome this and apply the same tools to different problems not only at work but in my personal life as well. The Used Tool 5 Whys process tool. I am implementing the 5 Whys tool developed by Sakichi Toyoda 1. Why? I am not able to focus on one thing at a time. 2. Why? The school is taking most of my time. 3. Why? I have bad habits for time management. 4. Why? I am not a morning person; I feel that I can focus more at night. 5. Why? I have a lack of discipline. Counter-measure. I need to start learning more about time management, doing more research and finding tools that can help me overcome this problem and that is affecting my success in both studies and work…

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  • 7 Relationship Deadly Sins Analysis

    person from doing what they love is the same as crushes their spirit. Early sign number 5: Intense arguments 5) Arguments get out of control easily is a sign of intolerance. I have seen this happening with close relatives, but it can also occur with couples. Having different discussions escalating to intense arguments on the regular basis must be drawing from frustrations that probably do not have anything to do with the subject. It is important to get to the root of this negative posture…

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  • 5 Reasons Why Torture Is Wrong

    Christians, in plurality, tend to fall into the anti-EIT camp and are very skeptical about the program. Dr. David Gushee, a Christian ethicist and historian, wrote an article for Christianity Today entitled, “5 Reasons Torture is always wrong.” In this article, Gushee lays out five reasons why the Bible does not complement torture, specifically EITs. He begins with the argument that “torture violates the dignity of the human being.” Gushee cites Genesis 1:26-28 where all men are “created in the…

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  • 5 Arguments That Claim Why Homosexuality Is Wrong

    Within this blog, I will present five arguments that claim why homosexuality is wrong. The arguments that will be found within this blog are as follows. Homosexuality is wrong because it is unnatural, harmful, and it serves as a threat to the traditional family. Additionally, the last two arguments that will be found are, homosexuality is condemned by religion and various religious text and homosexuals males act like females and homosexuals women act like males. Also, within this paper, you…

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  • Alyssia's Poem Analysis

    I just want to pass this class so I can have it on my transcript for my college application, I know you are a smarter than me but I know you will help me right?" Alyssia gave her a confused and said, "Um.. Sure I guess. I am not that great but I am alright." "Open to page number 5 in your cahiers [workbook]", said Madame Moreau. "We are going to over your homework." Alyssia opens her books then looks over and notices that Kelsey did not even attempt at doing the exercise. "This exercise made no…

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  • Culture And Culture: Black Or White, By Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson is a well-known artist and dancer around the world. Michael started his music career at a young age along with his siblings and father who played a mentor like role throughout his start of his music career. Michael Jackson talent was noticed as soon as his career took off, with his recognized talent Michael Jackson and the Jacksons became very famous. It wasn’t just Michael who was noticed at that time but his siblings as well they all pursued their own successful career paths,…

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  • The 70´s Dating In The 70's

    When people think about moments or people the defines 1970’s they think of music, hippies, Vietnam war, and the war on peace. Ultimately we begin to see bright colors, peace movements and new music such as rock, punk rock and disco and music artists such as The Beatles, Elvis, Michael Jackson and Jackson 5. All in which were, and still are huge icons in the music industry. According to Classic70’s.com this type of “feel good” music inspired people to have parties that revolved around people…

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  • Celo Green Speech

    Despite the many controversies surrounding his life, Thomas DeCarlo Callaway, more commonly known by the stage name of CeeLo Green, has had plenty of musical success stemming from his hit single “Crazy” while being a part of the group Gnarls Barkley.” This song was popular in the U.S. reaching number 2 in the Billboard Top 100. This song was also Number 1 in many other countries, most notably in the United Kingdom. CeeLo Green has won 5 Grammys and has been nominated for even more prestigious…

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  • Berry Gordy: Cultural Influences In The 1950s-1960's

    Motown records had a profound influence on up and coming artists and those who listened to them. Created on the 12 January 1959 by one Berry Gordy. It became not only a record corporation that created African American soul music, it was the birth of record breaking musical acts Such as Diana Ross & the supremes, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, The Jackson 5 and Marvin Gaye. The list could go on. Producing soulful music that brought together different social classes and tried to break the…

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  • Motown Music Research Paper

    How do you define a generation? Relate to a whole ethnicity? Or make everyone come together as one? The answer is with music. In 1959 a man named Berry Gordy made a small business in Detroit Michigan with a small loan from his family to start something amazing. This amazing thing was a recording studio by the name of motown records. Berry Gordy was the son of a Plantation owner and his female slave. They relocated to detroit because his father found a better job working for the automotive…

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