Attention To Detail

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  • Importance Of Attention To Detail

    The moment someone does not pay attention to detail is the moment they lose sight of the opportunity to be great. Attention to detail is the nucleus of greatness; an awareness of surroundings and its’ context, using it best understand content. It is critical to understand this, as it is the difference between being mediocre or great. Attention to detail is an adopted mentality, a mentality that is best utilized with preparation for life and its’ most critical moments. Lacking this adopted mentality negatively affects ones’ direction in life, and it causes people to unsuccessfully capitalize of life’s greatest opportunities. Frederick Douglas once said, “man's greatness consists in his ability to do and the proper application of his powers…

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  • We Need To Talk About Kevin Analysis

    Kevin is what brings all the threads together. He is the underlying cause of the consequences that need to be addressed. If we think of Kevin as “the tragedy” the title would be We Need to Talk About the Tragedy the tragedy is not the person Kevin but the choices of Kevin and the consequences of the choices are where the tragedy lies and in that case, the real underlying issue. Kevin gleefully describes how people watch “people like him” for entertainment, which is in fact very much true and…

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  • Planning An Event Analysis

    Who doesn’t love a good party? I’m sure we all do, but have you ever stopped to think about how it all comes together? There will come a time when you will be asked to plan a party or event, whether it be a milestone birthday, wedding, and/or annual function. This essay will provide the necessary tools to do so. As President of a cultural based sorority, I had my fair share of planning events. The process can be time consuming and frustrating, but with attention to detail, organization of…

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  • What He Said When I Won My First Cross Country Meet

    “I knew you could do it” is what he said when I won my first cross country meet. He bet me that if I finished first out of all the middle school girls, he would give me 20 dollars. I was feeling doubtful when he first mentioned the bet, but I still tried my best. As I was running the only voice I paid any attention to was his. “Come on Makenna, you can do it!” he shouted. I was determined to get first and make him proud. Once I crossed the finished line the lady handed me a popsicle stick with…

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  • Why Is It Important To Pay Attention To Detail

    In a business sense, attention to detail essentially means focus that is directed on the multiple small tasks or concerns that make up a larger task or concern. It is highly necessary for all employees in almost any job field to gain and maintain this skill. For example when applying for a job in the civilian world most civilian citizens will explain their skill of attention to detail as a great reason to add them to a company. Not only is this an opinion of almost anyone but definitely true.…

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  • Analysis Of Gertrude And Ophelia's Death In Hamlet

    and Ophelia’s Death in Hamlet The Queen gives a remarkably detailed account of Ophelia’s death leaving one to believe that she may have witnessed the event. We know that she emphasized with Ophelia’s suffering to such an extent that perhaps she realized that the kindest action to take would be to let Ophelia decide her own fate, although she clearly was not in a fit state of mind to do this and was barely aware of her surroundings “incapable of her own distress.” Ophelia’s death is…

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  • The Major Themes Of The Horror Of War By Anne Frank

    Unfortunately, her diary is left unfinished, for she, her family, and the other occupants of the annex are discovered by the Gestapo and sent to a concentration camp. The general horror of war, coupled with the specific horrors that the Nazis inflicted upon the Jews, is the major theme of the diary. Anne Frank, the young teenage girl who writes the diary, experiences the pain of war first-hand. In order to try and escape the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, her family and the Van …

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  • Descriptive Essay: A Day In Iraq

    It was a typical fall day in Iraq. The heat was horrible, and dry heat or not, it made you miserable. You could not sweat, it would just instantly evaporate. Your uniform under our body army would be white with dried sweat. Of course, there was the sand, I don't like sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere. It gets in your food, your eyes, your clothes, and your mouth. It would work its way into your back and rubs you raw with the movement of the body armor. I often…

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  • My Abstivation Of Child Observation At Chime Charter School

    that really caught my attention was a dancing activity. After lunch, the teacher projected some music and…

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  • Bottom-Up Interference In The Flanker Task By Rotem Avital-Cohen And Tsal

    How well is our brain able to focus and not let distractors get in the way? Through results of flanker tasks, it seems that our brain is not that good with ignoring distractors. This leads to a debate on whether top down processes are used in both targets and interfering distractors in flanker tasks or if bottom up processes are used. In a research article, titled “Top-Down Processes Override Bottom-up Interference in the Flanker Task” by Rotem Avital-Cohen and Yehoshua Tsal, it is clear that…

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