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    Coach P Character Analysis

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    never lie to you. Abraham Lincoln once quoted,” Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Lastly, there are ten different types of character, and many more that explains Coach P’s character Respect is part of the golden rule. Coach P is respectful, and honest. He is an inspiration to his students and makes…

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    Good Faith is a wonderful book written by Gabe Lyons and David Kinnaman. This book is essentially a guide on how to live out our faith the best way humanly possible. The tactics shown in this book are not only things that will impact our lives as Christians in a positive manner, but also everyone around us. Good Faith taught me how to continue to grow in my relationships with non-believers, and also gave me some tips for troubling times I may experience in the future as a parent concerning…

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    Prior to starting medical school, I had only thought of being professional in vague terms: being courteous to others, setting a good example, etc. Now that I am approaching the completion of my first term in medical school, I can see that professionalism is much more than I had previously thought. Being a professional requires a continual hunger for knowledge, realizing one’s limits and weaknesses and working to improve them, accepting responsibility for one’s actions, working well with others…

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    and respect.. Coach Pennington is a fantastic coach and that is what makes him a good character. Respect is a fantastic way to show character. The Golden Rule says “treat others how you want to be treated”. Respect is about respecting others like elders, siblings, parents, and friends. I treat them with respect because it's the right thing to do. My father shows respect to his boss even though he doesn't like him. Showing respect is a form of showing character. To show respect you…

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    1’s value respect and integrity above all else, and they expect you to do the same, which includes respecting yourself enough to not cater to them. The best thing about working for a 1 is they spot potential easily and are extremely loyal. If you do your best around…

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    key to a good relationship is something everyone looks for in life, whether it’s a relationship with your parents, a friend, or a boyfriend or girlfriend. Many different items that make up a good relationship include trust, support, communication, respect, loyalty and many others too. It’s the combination of a little bit of all of them that makes for a grand relationship with another person. A relationship can have a big effect on a person 's life both positive and negative. You 'll have both…

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    Athlete's Rights

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    endeavor at all times to be people of high character; we must show respect for others inside and outside our workplace; and we must strive to conduct ourselves in ways that favorably reflect on ourselves, our teams, the communities we represent, and the NFL” which means watch all actions you make. (“PERSONAL CONDUCT POLICY”) Athletes such as Colin Kaepernick to me have violated the previous statement. Standing for the anthem shows respect for those who fought for the freedom you have today. In…

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    most impactful and influential people in my life. My parents instilled numerous values that shape my life. My father was extremely adamant about instilling respect and manners into my brother and I. He constantly told us to be respectful of all people, whether or not we believe they deserve our respect or not because every person needs respect. My dad cared about reputation. His motto was that every time my brother and I left the house, we represented our family, and that we should bring honor…

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    As a child growing up in California, I used to adore children who grew up in a rich family. I remember going to one of my classmate’s house once for a school project and her house was huge, her bedroom was like my living room, her clothes was arranged like the colors of a rainbow and she had her own playroom. After that day, I went home and complained to my parents about why I didn’t have a rich family like hers, why I didn’t have pretty clothes like hers and why I didn’t have my own playroom…

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    Kincaid, draws the audience in by letting them put themselves into the position of being the “girl” she’s talking about. By letting the readers try to imagine themselves in that position who Kincaid is talking about. Kincaid added, this creates respect in the community as being an honest, hardworking woman. “Kincaid is trying to teach her daughter the steps into womanhood and how hard you have to work to learn the true ways of becoming a lady that is respected into today’s society” (Kincaid,…

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