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  • Why I Want To Pursue My Bachelor's Degree

    For as long as I can remember, I have had a burning desire to earn my bachelor’s degree, a goal which has been set for countless years. My future goal is to complete my bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in math and English, with the ultimate goal to teach algebra at any level between the seventh and tenth grades. My eighth grade algebra teacher helped me achieve an understanding of algebra that I never knew existed, instilling in me a desire to pass on an understanding of and an excitement for math to my future students. In my opinion, a teacher can share various techniques and methods in teaching algebra which will assist students in developing, in the least, a tolerance for a subject that is viewed to many as unnecessary. After recently beginning college for the first time in nine years, I find that I am faced with numerous fears and concerns that a returning, older student may have. Time management is one of the major issues facing me at this time. I find myself becoming overwhelmed after a twelve hour work day, returning to my home and family responsibilities, and then going straight to work on my online and regular classes. Allotting time for reading and reflection, beginning the online studies and activities, and making sure to acquire some much needed rest and sleep has been a challenge. Presently, my schedule varies from working a twelve hour shift one day to a five hour shift the next, frequently creating issues of time management due to the variation in…

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  • Choosing Civility Analysis

    Society dictates an individual’s competence based on various characteristics they posses and exhibit. These characteristics are what allow for an individual to set themselves apart from others. Overall, one’s civility, work ethic, conduct, and time management skills offer an excellent measure of ones merit in the professional setting, educational setting and everyday life. The way we treat one another is an important part of the type of person we are perceived to be. It is also a great way to…

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  • Essay On Punctuality

    he Importance of Punctuality as a Non Commissioned Officer In this paper I will cover the importance of punctuality as a Non Commissioned Officer and all that a Non Commissioned Officer job entails. I will also cover the history as an Non Commissioned Officer, the Military Police Corps, and how we became one of the Most Disciplined military. It is all Non Commissioned Officers job to set the standard and lead by example, punctuality is a big part of that. The Army is a profession that depends…

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  • Low Floor Bus Case Study

    proposed methodology for service quality evaluation is fuzzy approach (FA). Following steps involved in FRA as • Selection of important attributes that affects the commuter’s choice • Determination the of linguistic terms associated attributes • Selection of the appropriate membership function. • Selection of appropriate type of fuzzy inference system. • Design a collection of fuzzy if then rule. • Defuzzification of Output V. ATTRIBUTES THAT AFFECT THE USER’S CHOICE There are lots of…

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  • Audiology Personal Statement

    In addition to these qualities, a few characteristics that make me uniquely suited for Audiology is my adaptability, gregarious nature, and punctuality. An Audiologist is needed in a wide variety of settings- from the military to hospitals to private clinics. They must work with individuals of all ages and individuals with special needs; therefore, the Audiologist must be adaptable in various situations. An Audiologist must be versatile in communication to present information to individuals at…

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  • Importance Of Being On Time Essay

    work ethic or keeping your word, it is as such a whole of all the factors in which honesty and self deprivation occur. Working hard and not being at your time of duty do not correlate because you cannot give yourself a chance to show that work if you are not at that place of duty as delegated. Confidence is only built by what you put in it so being punctual allows you to show every aspect of your capability as a soldier and future leader. Being on time or being early rather, allows you to…

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  • Sushi Zushi Mission Statement

    physical capability to lift and carry heavy items. Sushi Zushi is looking to make improvements in the following areas, waitstaff punctuality and professionalism, employee training and menu knowledge, and preparation in the restaurant for both busy or slow periods. Even though, there are many excellent qualities about Sushi Zushi, including the menu which I do not wish to change, like any product there is always room for improvement. My plans will improve our products and will continue to make…

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  • Modest Proposal

    Punctuality and upright time management results in work being done quickly with higher productivity and evades any last minute works. Contractors who possess punctuality and upright time management will attend meetings on time (punctual). Addressing Criteria: Phoenix INC. requires the contractors to be always punctual and can manage the time perfectly. As the contractors, we attended our first meeting with the designers from Phoenix INC. punctually on 11:30a.m 2nd of April which is agreed by us…

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  • Professionalism Case Study

    behave professionally? Students/ employees who behave professionally are positive, punctual, prepared, respectful, reliable, accountable, trustworthy, focused, and display strong communication and nonverbal communication skills. • Positivity is a big part of being professional. In a place of work showing positivity indicates that you are confidence in your abilities and those of others. Having a positive mindset is part of being a professional working adult. When faced with a hard or…

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  • Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Report

    desire, and willingness in the faces of members. Instilling hope into one member triggers a domino effect to other members. Everyone sharing his or her stories was applauded for their openness and support. At the end of the meeting, I had a glimmer of hope for all the individuals who attended the meeting that night to stay clean. Attendance and punctuality are two essential parts of an NA meeting. Group leaders and members all encourage each other to keep attending and being punctual. During…

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