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    Character is not defined by your personality nor by your reputation. Character is defined by who you truly are deep down inside. Your character is a choice that you make for yourself. It is easy to confuse personality with character but they are not the same. Personality is easy to figure out, usually upon the first time meeting someone. When we first meet people we immediately judge them. We label them with traits such as funny, energetic, confident or boring, negative, and shy. Usually after interacting with this person for some time our thoughts still remain the same and that person’s personality does not change from what we first thought of them. Reputation also gets mixed in with character, but just like personality, it is not the same. Reputation is what we think of someone whether it is true or false, good or bad. It is not who they are. Someone’s reputation is usually based off of rumors they have heard from others. They tend to not be so good either and usually come from people that do not like or are jealous of the other person. Unlike personality and reputation, character is who you truly are. It includes traits that are revealed in certain circumstances, usually circumstances that pushes people to their limits. The traits that reveals character are traits such as honesty, virtue, and kindliness. Those are all good traits that build good character. On the other hand, there are also bad traits that kill good character such as lying, stealing, and cheating which all…

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    Personal Narrative-Home

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    As Mr. Wonderful held my head on his lap with one hand, he used the other hand to graze my body within reach over my clothes. I continued to talk until I wondered if I was talking too much. “You are so quiet. Am I talking too much?” I said, looking up at his face. He continued to move his fingertips over my clothes emphasizing my chest and pelvic region as he looked down at me saying “I am just listening and getting to know more about you.” He looked into my eyes with warmth and satisfaction as…

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    What will 2017 be like for you? Imagine for a minute, that it 's one year from today. Where will you be? Who will you be working for? What great things have happened to you and your family? These kinds of questions were presented to me when I first started my journey of working with a professional coach and is a big reason of why I 'm writing to you today. In 2015, my girlfriend Bobbie suggested that I work with a coach that had been working with her employer. She had seen some good…

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    An unknown author quoted,” It is so easy to believe someone when they are telling you exactly what you want to hear. But you have to watch what they do too. Actions speak louder than words- actions speaks the whole truth.” I relay back to this quote often, with life changing struggles. The bond that my family shares not only proved this quote is real but it is what some people should live their life by. As a result of growing up in a close family, I have learned the importance of being a…

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    To look at art, you need time. Looking at art is just as difficult as making it; to fully know what an art piece can give you, you have to take the time to let it talk to you. As if you tell someone a story and tell them to tell someone else, but that someone else walks away mid-story. You are that someone else, the artist is giving a story to a canvas, and if you don’t give the canvas the same amount of time that the artist gave it, you won’t hear the whole story. Paintings that are…

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    Influence Matters: Becoming Who We Are “Be careful what you say and do, you never know who is watching you!” "Be careful who you look up to, you will begin to mimic their actions and attitudes!" We all have had someone say these words to us throughout our lives, but sometimes we wonder if it is true. Does influence truly have an impact on me? Is there really anyone that is watching me and looking up to me? Whether we realize it or not, influence plays a huge role in our everyday lives. Others…

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    Lindsay Lohan. Justin Bieber. Britney Spears. Amanda Bynes. All these people have one major thing in common. They are unfairly labeled as “Child Stars Gone Wrong”. A combined list of their criminal charges include unauthorised drag racing on a public street, a ton of DUIs, drug use, theft, tampering with evidence, and many more outrageous charges. While I believe people make their own choices and are responsible for their actions, I also believe that the environment people are upraised in can…

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    behind its competitors. As a major competitor of Nike, Adidas needs to spend more money on advertising. In doing this, Adidas needs to be innovative. One way for Adidas to do this is by following the trends in technology. Nike has a partnership with Apple with the Nike+ technology. Apple and Samsung are the leading technology companies. It would be smart for Adidas to partner with Samsung to provide a similar product. “In anticipation of the FIFA World Cup being held in Brazil in the summer…

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    nothing impossible in our lives, introducing us to very emotional, challenging and severe, but finally very happy and successful life of Lionel Messi. He is the person, who went through a huge struggle in his childhood and finally achieved a dream of becoming one of the best professional footballers in the world. Adidas always creates very appealing and motivating commercials which help them to reach a close connection…

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    Lionel Shriver’s fictional novel, We Need To Talk About Kevin, is a novel told in a series of letters from mother/wife to her estranged husband, in relation to the upbringing of her son leading up to the eventual massacre that he commits at his school. Unreliable narrator Eva Khatchadourian reminds readers that she is writing about her past in the first chapters, due to the dates of the letters, allowing readers to understand that her memories may be slightly incorrect. Shrivers use of…

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