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    the sales agents under them. They hold small gatherings once a month for district groups and every meeting starts with a game to win a money prize or gift certificate to a restaurant. Regional conferences are held once a quarter, however, it is more of a cookout because the regional manager is famous for barbequing a whole pig and inviting everyone to his house to sit and talk about how everything has been going. It is a relaxed environment and gives the associates the feeling he really cares and can be trusted as their leader. In as much, the national conferences are held yearly and is accompanied by a large buffet with both individual and group accomplishments following fellowship and challenging games. There is a quote written by Mia Hamm in Kouzes and Posner’s (2008) book which states, “Celebrate what you have accomplished, but raise the bar a little higher each time you succeed” (p. 133). This statement is the epitome of encouragement and celebration. It says to the employees, “I have seen what you are capable of. Now let us see if you can beat your personal best.” The world is full of leaders. However, it is the effective leaders who will drive their followers towards success, as well as possibly creating more effective leaders. This will happen by: celebrating small and large achievements on a consistent basis, showing the employees caring and understanding, bringing joy to their everyday lives, as well as reminding them of their purpose within the…

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    literal or a figurative sense. Women are literally demonstrating their talents in sports where men were once the only stars; however, women are figuratively demonstrating their talents off the field also. Not only can women play sports and be equal to men, but they can also show their talent and success in school and the work force. Title IX has been a life changer for these women. Professional soccer player Mia Hamm talks about how it has changed her life, “I had the opportunity to go to the…

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    As a child, imagining what you were going to be when you grew up was probably the coolest thing you could think of. You wanted to be the next president or the next person to walk on the moon or even a schoolteacher. The possibilities were endless! Of course every child picked something they though was outstanding and they never knew how much time and dedication it would take to become those things. They simply picked that career because that’s what they wanted to be. I was one of the kids who…

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    Mama Mia Gcse

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    Accents of the group ABBA are seen throughout Mama Mia. The songs which exhibit pop rock, glam rock and Euro pop disco texture are mainly derived from the groups previous albums. The use of both prose and poetry were used in Mamma Mia. Chiquitita is one of the songs that is almost entirely poetry. Tanya and Rosie are consoling Donna while singing to her and trying to get her to buck up. There was spoken dialogue throughout the show. The text during the show was understandable for the most…

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    When you hear Johnny Depp’s name, what do you think of? Edward Scissorhands? The Pirates of the Caribbean? When you hear Marlon Brando’s name, what do you think of? A Streetcar Named Desire? The Godfather? When you hear Roman Polanski’s name, what do you think of? Rosemary’s Baby? The Pianist? What about Woody Allen? Do you think about Annie Hall, or maybe Hannah and Her Sisters? If any of these names or movies ring any bells, it’s probably not because those actors and directors been denounced…

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    based off the same book both are remotely the same there some major differences though. The actors are different so therefore they each played the part differently. I think that Leonardo played a better Gatsby his presentation of him was far better than Redford’s. He became the part, to me Redford had no emotion whatsoever. I think the love was better shown in the 2013 version rather than the 1974 version. In the older movie the love that was supposed to come off as forbidden came off as…

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    Mama Mia Research Paper

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    Broadway fans across the world will be flocking to New York City in the coming months to see the critically acclaimed musical Mama Mia one last time in the Broadhurst Theater before the show ends its fourteen year run in September. The musical is based around the discography of ABBA and includes some of their biggest hits including “Dancing Queen,” “S.O.S.,” and the track from which the musical was named. The show debuted on Broadway in October of 2001 to rave reviews and rapidly amassed a…

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    Mia Ham Research Paper

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    Mia Hamm Mariel Margaret Hamm-Garciaparra (Hamm), also known as Mia Hamm, is a former well-known American soccer player. Playing in the late 1990’s through the early 2000’s. With her ability to run fast, strategically move past defenders, and score goals, Hamm is considered to be the one of the best female soccer players in United States soccer history. Hamm was born on March 17, 1972 in Selma, Alabama. Her parents were Bill Hamm and Stefanie Hamm. Her siblings included, Garrett, Caroline,…

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    “Many people say I’m the best women’s soccer player in the world. I don't think so. And because of that, someday I just might be.” ~ Mia Hamm. The book I read, Go for the Goal, by Mia Hamm, was a very inspirational book. Like many others, I find Mia Hamm to be one of the best women soccer players, and I look up to her. In her book, she informs you on many great experiences she has had both in soccer and in her life. She also talks about the different elements of soccer, and she gives helpful…

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    Mariel Margret Hamm also named Mia grew up in a not so normal family. Living in the 70’s having an adopted brother and moving around all throughout the world with her mother a professional ballerina and her father in the Army. But wherever little Mia went there was something normal and consistent throughout. Women’s sports were not appreciated. However Mia thought in a divergent type of way paving the way for women’s sports soccer in particular. She spoke out for equality and broke barriers and…

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