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    This is a story of a pediatric neurosurgeon name Ben Carson his brother Curtis and her mother Sonya. Sonya Carson is mother of ben and Curtis. In starting of the book, they describe about his husband. Sonya Carson get married at the age of 13 and after that they have two children and they lived in Detroit but because of some reason ben daddy left his family and never come back. This is the hardest time for ben and his brother to see future without his father. He remembers how they used to play with his father on holidays his father used to work in Cadillac manufacturing company in Detroit. It was the hardest time for the family. As they are financially poor. Her mother was doing three job to fulfill his son demand and to run the house. His…

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    In the book Gifted Hands, Ben Carson comes up with this thing called THINK BIG. THINK BIG is what Ben Carson told all the students that he has spoken to. He uses this concept to help his students. I think the honesty, nice ,and God are the most important. Honesty helped Ben Carson become a neurosurgeon. He was taking a retake of an exam and it had harder questions in the new test, so the professor left the room well people started living, and Ben Carson stayed and at the end he was the only…

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    Ben Carson has impacted my personal life by motivating me to be more diligent in my studies. In his early life Carson never really had much. He lived in inner city - Detroit in a small house, with just his mother and brother. Sonya Carson, Ben's mother, was the person who pushed him to do better than just average. "Mother had a clear understanding of how things would be for us boys" says Carson about his mother. Although, Sonya had her own struggles, she was still "hard working, goal oriented,…

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    Ben Carson, born on September 18, 1951, was a phenomenal neurosurgeon. He had a rough start to life, with anger and academic issues. The reason he changed was because he was driven to accomplish his goals of getting higher grades in school and accomplishing being the top of his class in eighth grade. The reason why Carson is a motivation to me is because of his accomplishments of pursuing a medical career, performing outrageous surgeries, and having a drive to believe that anything is possible.…

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    Surgical innovations have evolved over the years as medicine has advanced. Dr. Denton Cooley, Dr. Frank Jobe, and Dr. Ben Carson have all contributed in great capacity to change the surgical field and to save lives. Though controversial and sometimes outspoken, Dr. Denton Cooley, Dr. Frank Jobe, and Dr. Ben Carson have all developed innovative surgical procedures that help change the lives of many people. Dr. Denton Cooley innovated a procedure that bought time for his patients awaiting a second…

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    Dr. Ben Carson

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    Dr. Ben Carson has had many successes in his life, and in his biography, Gifted Hands, he explains his formula for being successful in life. Setting goals and making plans in a person’s life will allow them to see what they need to do in order to achieve those goals. Dr. Carson’s formula for success in life is explained in his THINK BIG acronym. The three most important ideas for success in life from THINK BIG are knowledge, books, and God. I believe that knowledge is a big when it comes to…

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    Ben Carson Essay

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    medical community? Benjamin Carson probably didn’t. With an absentee father and a mother who only acquired a third grade education, Ben Carson dealt with a difficult childhood. He experienced the world against him for his entire life and he put himself down constantly. However, despite Ben’s past hardships, he proves he belongs in the ranks of successful doctors. Ben takes risks, carries determination, and possesses an imaginative intelligence. A surgeon lives a very serious life. Doctors hold…

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    Thomas Carter. Based on a true story that was written by Benjamin Carson himself, "Gifted Hands" was the new inspiration for young adults or perhaps children to pursue their desired career, but also keep in mind that there will be obstacles that'll be challenging while on the journey of their dreams. Benjamin knew how difficult it would be and how far he would have to travel let alone, he was African American so racial discrimination was heavily enforced by those democrats who were not at a…

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    Benjamin Carson had to deal with many obstacles throughout his life. In the end, however, he managed to work his way around them and get his dream job as a neurosurgeon at John Hopkins Medical Center. Ben was widely known throughout the world for the miraculous surgeries he performed, such as when he separated conjoined twins without having either of them pass away during the operation for the first time in history. He also performed hemispherectomy on a girl of four years and, despite several…

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    Ben Carson Analysis

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    Thomas Edison said “The chief function of the body is to carry the brain around”. Carson as a neurosurgeon, works on the most complicated object in the known universe. As a neurosurgeon, Mr. Carson faces multiple situations ranging from burdensome to overwhelming. The known difficulty didn 't arise as a neurosurgeon but began as early as grade school. Ben Carson demonstrates that with determination and purpose, obstacles can be led to greater opportunities. Ben Carson got a taste of being…

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