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    My Personal Values

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    unique set of values and beliefs that have been developed through the course of our lives. Our values are the foundation upon which we make decisions. They determine who we are and what path we take in life. Despite this, many of us do not choose our values; we simply adopt the values of others. Our parents, friends, colleges and the dominant values of society all influence the development of our own set of values and beliefs. Being kind and courteous and showing compassion for those in need, is a value I highly regard. I believe that my family has had the largest influence on this value. They treat me with affection and encourage me to treat others with that same respect and kindness. We share personal characteristics,…

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    Mission Statement

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    Statement To begin with, I am here today because I would like a bright future. By being here, I am receiving and education, and I can learn more valuable lessons each day, whether it’s academics, or just life lessons in general. To be able to achieve going to a good college, I must focus on my education. Every morning, I wake up asking myself, “Why can’t I sleep in? Why do I have to go to school?” Then, I start thinking about what future I want for myself and about my parents. My parents…

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    My Personal Code of Ethics Though there are many values in life, there are four that I rate most important. In my list I will explain my hierarchy of values backwards of importance to me. Beginning with vision, I value vision because it is my gateway to escape a moment of despair or unpleasantry. Vision is created in my daydreams and my dreams which have provided a pathway to take my life wherever I want to go or wherever I can see myself in the future after dealing with the unfortunate…

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    My Value In Life

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    once said: “If you can dream it, you can do it.” These are the words that come to mind when I think about my future and my abilities to achieve my goals. However, it was not so easy for me to discover what exactly those goals were. Then, I wrote my personal mission statement. This helped me discover who I am and the person I want to be. There are many things I value in life, such as; my family, my education, encouragement, compassion, kindness and people who like to help others. Albert…

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    The importance of the Army Values within the United States Army. I will cover the seven values and their definition. Next, we will discuss where and when they became important to America’s Army. Lastly, we will discuss why, as leaders, it is important to live by these values both on and off duty. I hope to expand your knowledge on the topic and make you more aware as a leader. The seven Army values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. We…

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    What is life? How do you value life? These are question you should ask yourself everyday you are still alive. The definition of life comes from different prospects of people. My definition of life is you live it how you want it life is special you should live it at your best ability til it's your time to go. Now the value of life is how you make it for yourself and your family so after you die they are well taken care of. Majority of people had life hit them in various situation so…

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    essay Rough draft October 5, 2017 No Life Without Values As human beings, we all have our own values, beliefs, and attitudes that we have followed throughout the course of our lives. Our family, friends, community and the experiences we have had all contribute to our sense of who we are and how we view the world. Our values differ from one another but are the ones responsible for the foundation of our…

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    shaped my values as well as ethical principles. As I am growing older, I am holding on to some of the same values, while also creating ones true to myself. I have always seemed to want to do the right thing for everyone involved in most situations since I was a child; my family was a big part of this assessment. Yet, I am still not finished finding myself. Therefore, some of my values may be adjusted overtime. As a future social worker, I desire to gain more professional values and ethical…

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    compelling them to achieve what they have laid out for themselves. Whether or not this path is taken, determines if their goals are accomplished. My main goal while at Marywood University is to successfully double major, without giving up. I would like to major in both illustration and biology. To achieve this, I will use the Marywood core values. I will mainly focus on two of them, excellence and respect. Majoring in science is usually difficult on its own. I hope to be able to double major in…

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    Honors Program Essay

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    together one of the most gifted, diverse, and active groups of people not only on campus, but in Arkansas. I would be greatly honored to be a part of the honors program at ASU if I am seen fit enough to accomplish the tasks asked of me. I will be able to bring my diverse background, my various experiences in life, my love for extracurricular activities and charity, and my personal view on subjects. Any organization or event that I commit myself to, I obligate myself to perform the task at hand…

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