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    How To Be The Best You Can Be In College There are two different types of mindsets in this world. You can have a creator or a victim mindset. A creator mindset is where you find solutions to your problems, they have what you call personal responsibility. Victim mindset people are the ones who make excuses for themselves to make it feel like they are not at fault for their actions. These two kinds of people are usually in a different time period in their life, either they are not mature enough to take responsibility or they have not been taught differently. Victim and creators are two totally different mindsets and can determine how well you do in life. While entering college you may think that it is going to be like high school but with huge parties, well you are mistaken. You have to come into college prepared to work hard for your dreams and goals. You need to have a creator mindset while in college. In high school teachers give you class work to do and take two weeks on one lesson. With college they do not do that at all, you have to be on top of things on your own. Your professor will not remind you about your homework that is due and that big huge research paper that was…

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    The Progression of Personal Responsibility The duty for individuals to demonstrate personal responsibility is a theme that is not new to human culture. Biblical principles imply the fact that human creation possesses the freedom to act however they please. However, this freedom is accompanied with consequential results dependent on how the individual chooses to live. In another era, young Greek boys were taken away from the comfort of their mothers at the age of seven and expected to begin a…

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    Hero than he professes his undying love and seeks her hand. This gesture could be regarded as the quintessence of romantic love. However, Claudio's admiration for Hero comes across as a school-boyish crush, rather than deep felt love and respect. He seeks the opinion of his friends to reinforce his judgment on Hero, thereby showing that he is not convinced of his own feelings. Claudio sees Hero as a flawless angel, a naive, boyish assumption. Benedick. Would you buy her [Hero], that you…

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    I had to accept that any failure that I received was completely my fault. Accepting personal responsibility is a must in college. As kids transform into adults, and become more independent, the importance of their choices continues to grow. As a wise man once said, “with great freedom comes great responsibility.” In my college experience, I’ve already seen kids start to fail their class because they lack the ability to accept responsibility and prioritize their life outside of school. If a…

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    of ourselves. We must consider this unwritten, but ever so powerful code that applies to our daily lives and interactions at all times. We need to do what is right and take action even when no one is looking. As students, parents, children, teachers, friends, and family, we all must maintain a personal responsibility of ourselves as we serve the community we are part of. Rules and laws are in place in all aspects of our lives to protect us and the people around us. Without these rules and…

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    career. Describe which of the principles or assumptions underlying these approaches you find most interesting and compatible with your own values and beliefs. (minimum 300 words) One theoretical approach that I studied in this course which may be valuable to me in my life and career is Solution-focused brief therapy. One assumption that I find most interesting is the assumption that counseling builds on the client’s strengths and on a positive view of the future. (Riosalado, 2015). I also found…

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    The Sunday School Easter program was about to begin at Bethesda Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. For my last time speaking in front of the congregation before leaving for Tennessee State University (TSU), I was charged with introducing the speaker of the program. As I stood in front of hundreds of people to recite the introduction that I wrote, I was confident and thoughts of how far I had come since giving my life to Christ ran thru my mind. My spiritual journey began when I was about 5…

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    are equally important when talking about child psychology and development. The main purpose of this text is to provide a reaction to the article The Nurture Assumption Why Children Turn out the Way They Do authored by Judith Rich Harris by using four of the eight essential guidelines to critical thinking. The four critical thinking tools that will be used are: examine the evidence, define your terms, ask questions; be willing to wonder and analyze assumptions and biases. The main point of the…

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    The nature vs. nurture controversy is now and always has been a big debate. Is the person your child becomes influenced by nature which is genetic or by nurture which is environmental. Is there really only one factor or does both nature and nurture play a part in child development? We all can agree that nature and nurture influences genetic and environmental development, cognitive development, and emotional or social development. Currently researchers are trying to figure out if nature or…

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    possibly supporting the argument of why Perry was a nurture kind of killer (Feldman). Although Perry never watched his parents kill anyone he watched abusive behaviors while growing up and was also beat. This could translate him into being created to kill and perform such abusive behavior. When Dick was being questioned and the detective showed him enough evidence to prove that he did it, Dick completely threw Perry under the bus claiming that “I couldn’t stop him” and the he killed the whole…

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