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    act on what someone says, respond to advise or a request. Make an effort to hear something" (Merrian-Webster, 2016). There are many websites assisting in improving the skill of listening but the one that I found most beneficial was the Forbes Magazine "6 Ways Effective Listening Can Make you a better Leader" written by Glenn Llopis. The 6 ways to be more effective in listening are "1-shows that you care, 2- engages yourself, 3-be empathetic, 4-don 't judge others, 5-be expansively mindful, 6- don 't interrupt" (Llopis, 2013). These skills can be improved by concentrating on the 6- methods. Listening in the business world allow management to understand and reciprocate a response to employees and betters the business overall dynamic. The second interpersonal skill we will explore is assertiveness. The definition of assertiveness is "confident in behavior, disposed to or characterized by bold or confident statement and behavior" (Merrian-Webster, 2016). The best helpful article I found online was an article published by Dr. Shannon Reece on her article 21 ways women can…

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    happened in my book actually happened in history! As a matter of fact, not only the events in this novel seemed accurate, but some of the major characters and jobs in this book appeared accurate as well. The novel Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes depicts an accurate piece of historical fiction in regards to events, people, and jobs. Esther Forbes appeared to portray the events in this novel quite accurately. In the book, it states how during the Boston Tea Party, colonists became outraged by the…

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    Colonel Shaw and Major Forbes viewed the 54th Massachusetts troops in different ways, because Col. Shaw saw them as soldiers in training, and Major Forbes didn’t think they could fight. Col. Shaw also saw them as a group of men who needed a lot of discipline and intense training in order to become good soldiers. Major Forbes saw the troops in a more relaxed manner, where he viewed them more like average men. Col. Shaw brought in Sgt. Mulcahy, because he believed that the soldiers needed lots of…

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    As author George Saunders said in “Thank You, Esther Forbes” on page 62, “By honing the sentences you used to describe the world, you changed the inflection of your mind, which changed your perceptions.” In this simple, yet elegant sentence I would elaborate its meaning as, The more vocabulary you have at your disposal the more vividly you can describe the world around you. Let me give you an example; If you and a 5th grader see an apple on a chair, the one with the more broad vocabulary would…

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    Surname 1 Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Title Date Case Brief: Revlon Inc. v MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc Facts of the Case Pantry Pride, a nominal subsidiary of MacAndrews & Forbes Holding Limited had raised a civil suit against Revlon Inc. in a lower court following a breach of contract over an acquisition agreement. Ronald Perelman, Pantry Pride’s CEO convened with Michael Bergerac, Revlon’s CEO, in mid 1985 to deliberate on acquisition of Revlon by Pantry Pride. In his…

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    There are many kinds of mental disorders that affect those around the world. Perhaps one of the most devastating is schizophrenia. Schizophrenia attacks the ability to distinguish between emotions and thoughts. Perhaps one of the most well-known cases of schizophrenia is Dr. John Forbes Nash. Recently deceased, Dr. Nash continues to be renowned for his theories and work in mathematics, and holds the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize and 2015 Abel Prize. All of these achievements coincide with his…

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    on the life of the famous Nobel Prize winning mathematician John Forbes Nash, Jr. The movie start with John Forbes Nash in graduate school at Princeton University. At Princeton, he meets a group of graduate students and his roommate Charles Herman. John Forbes Nash was one of the two admired Carnegie Scholarship for mathematics winner at Princeton. At Princeton University, John Forbes Nash was one of the two co-recipient of the prestigious scholarship. During his stay at Princeton, John Forbes…

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    other words it is more a social science than the medical science. This treatise will analyze and examine two different scenarios in the movies in reference of psychology. First movie called Beautiful Mind (2001) and particularly its character John Forbes…

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    Sandford: a prelude to the civil war.” In this essay, Jackson, offers the critique that the Dred Scott decision may have become known as a travesty of justice on the supreme court record, It was a necessary evil on the road to ending slavery. The Dred Scott decision had consequences that were far-reaching and dealt with Dred Scott, a slave who sued his former masters for his freedom, but was denied in the highest court of the land. In her essay, Jackson like Forbes discusses the Tallmadge…

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    The “morning after pill” controversy can be understood using a social justice framework in the sense that it can be gender biased. Contraception has little to no affect on men than women/a much higher affect on women than it does on men (don’t know which one). Taking the pill affects women both emotionally and physically, as she has to make the emotional decision to stop a pregnancy from occurring and physically because taking the pill could possibly lead to complications. In a way (I should…

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