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    Leadership Goal 1 Goal Number 1 – Cognitive: “Keep the mind sharp” – Continual Learning Relevant Areas of Growth 1 – Critical and Creative Thinking 1. Personal Impact – Professional development; become more knowledgeable in the fraud prevention and intelligence spheres and have more opportunity for advancement within the Army Reserve and my civilian career. 2. Impact on others – Articulate information to support priority intelligence requirements to a higher headquarters. 3. Course of Action 1 – Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to establish a baseline in my operating environment. 4. Course of Action 2 – Identify inconsistency or critical occurrence indicators in order to make decisions. 5. Sustain…

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    Goal 2: Improve physical and mental health Objectives: I will exercise twice a week for 30 minutes and do individual or group based yoga three times a week for 30 minutes Strategies: I will attend yoga sessions at the local YMCA. I will attend my local gym two times a week. I will walk around the track at the gym and do the row machine. I will keep track of this by completing a self-monitoring system and rewarding myself with a new journal or another reinforcer for completing the yoga and…

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    everything separate from the inner “self” or individual, and consists of “ nature,” “art,” “our own bodies,” etc. (2). When this is all gone, the thing that remains is the soul. Thus,…

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    Personal Goal Statement 1. My experiences have lead me to reach for my dreams in criminal justice. I have a passion for science and working towards forensics is going to achieve my dream of being in a career that I love. I have never been a mediocre person and I have a tenacious personality. Once I set my mind to it there is no stopping me. Gaining my M.A. in Law degree will help solidify this goal. I have worked so hard with raising children and working multiple jobs while juggling school work…

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    One’s growth determines one’s ability to do something. Although a person may not be able to achieve their goals immediately, they have potential to do so in the future. This is shown through Christopher Boone, the main character in Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. He says “I can do anything” (221). Anything refers to achieving his dreams and goals, and he can do anything because he exhibits the potential and ability to do so. Nevertheless, people who do…

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    The lure of our American Dream is one that has enticed people from all over the world to come to America. We have made great bounds and leaps toward making America a place for love and freedom to ring, yet we still have a long road ahead of us. The American Dream is to have the freedom to live as equals, to work for what you want, and to fiercely love your life. The freedom to live as equals is essential to the American Dream because without it we would dream no more. I argue that while it is…

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    [A] Hope, dreams, and goals are all factors that are needed for success. [B] Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck, is a story, about two men who are chasing the american dream, hitting many obstacles along the way. War Dance, directed by Sean Fine, is a documentary about life in the Ugandan war zone. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, directed by Ben Stiller, is a movie about Walter Mitty, an average man with a vast imagination, who ventures the world seeking a man who has the missing…

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    The influence and overall effect of parents in their child’s sport or activity can be momentous; it will either play a significant role in a child’s success or will lead to unforeseen repercussions that will play a downfall in the child’s life. Often parents try and live their dreams through their children and put a significant burden on their child for success, feeling as if they too had the success through their child. Resulting from these pressures and roles parents play on their child will…

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    The Beauty in My Beliefs Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” (Pettinger 1) Every person has a dream, however not everyone can see the value of their dream, or in other words the beauty that can result from accomplishing their dream. I can feel the success, accomplishment, and pride, when I envision myself living my dream. My biggest aspiration is to become a neonatal nurse. Many people have career epiphanies, a moment when a…

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    The American Dream What truly is the American Dream? According to the Cambridge Dictionary, the American Dream is defined as “The belief that everyone in the US has the chance to be successful and happy if they work hard”. There are many Americans that have successfully achieved their version of the American Dream. One of those people is a man by the name of Chris Gardner. Chris Gardner was someone who was a single father and lived a very impoverished life. Another person who achieved the…

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