So he believes we are trying to relocate this gift the entire second half of our life. I would like to believe that I am a little bit ahead of the curve on this topic because I am always trying to figure out what my strengths and weaknesses are. I do this so I can hopefully realize what I am really good at and enjoy doing so I can make a career out of it. My dad always taught me to first, figure out what I love doing and second, figure out a way to get paid doing it. It’s definitely easier said than done, but I can look at his example of how stressful he was at work when I was growing up and see why he believes that finding something you enjoy doing everyday is important.
When you break it the dream should not be far fetched for an individual to be able to become a homeowner and not worry about any subprime on finance company taking it away from them base on mortgage payment increase. How can one survive knowing that their mortgage payment that they have adjusted to has been something that they can comfort live with, and now the payment has increase up to $1000.00 more in payment? The dream homeowner has now become a nightmare and the finance company’s has not even given the average hard working individual change to keep the dream alive. You halfway paid off the home and now it’s being taking away to be sold to the next individual that may or may not go through the same situation. The finance company’s continues to reap the rewards and the hard working individuals suffers all for the mighty dollar.
He didn’t have the option to go to college my mom and dad where getting ready to welcome their first kid into the world shortly after their high school graduation, so he had to go out find a job. There’s nothing wrong with what he did, but my dad and I both agree there’s better ways to go about making a life for yourself and possibly a family. That is why I feel a burden to get a college education, it’s almost like if I do what he didn’t have the choice to do, then it’s like he did it to. Because he pour his time and effort into raising us so whatever I do he’s a part of it. That might sound weird, but that is how I feel, attending your university would create a sense of accomplishment for my dad and I. It’s like the saying your choice whether good or bad have an effect on somebody every time.
Exactly what he quote states, if it wasn 't for his family he would of been quit his job. The only reason that kept him motivated to work was his family. Gregor only wants the best for them and to see them struggle like they were had him positive thinking what was best for all. He would rather struggle than to see his family struggle before he does. However, his family didn 't physically or mentally see the struggle he would go through to make a couple of change in his pocket.
Whether it is smiling at strangers and making their day, or doing my best on any assignment, activity, or project I work on, I want to be remembered as someone who reached their ambitions. I have discerned that leaders are people who are passionate about pursuing their goals and are willing to go the extra mile. Through my challenges, I have become a diligent worker that pushed myself to be successful. I strive to accomplish my goals in life and overcome my failures because I have learned from my mistakes. A few years ago, I asked my dad how he thought I would be as an adult.
It made it n difficult to trust anyone, because I felt like if the trust I had with my dad could be broken so quickly so could my trust with anyone else. It made me realize how much a simple mistake can ruin something so good. I understand people make mistakes and I knew my dad felt bad but I just did not understand why someone would ever want to make someone lose their trust. I see trust as something you can’t live without. What is a relationship, friendship, a business, an origination without a foundation of trust and loyalty?
My parents were not extravagant, but enjoyed their life and money. And there was always 10% to give to the church for their tithe. My parents did not buy me everything that I wanted, and I never got brand-name clothes or shoes. I never owned a Swatch Watch or Guess Jeans (back in the '80s, that was ultimate style). For everyday things, Mom's motto was, “quantity over quality.” She taught me the art shopping clearance sales and I learned early on that if you spent less money on things, you could have a lot more.
Part One: The background When I was given the choice to any job that I want to do or research I choose a financial advisor. The reason that I choose a financial advisor is because it has always interested me. The reason that it interested me was because my dad has been a financial advisor for most of his life. This means I have a little better understanding of the job than the person next to me. From what I have heard from my dad it really makes me want to go into this same career.
The money from the sales gave my mother a sizeable nest egg to retire on, which would have made my father very happy. My father was always there for me, whether I wanted him to be or not. Most of the time, as an adolescent trying to claim my independence, I saw this as a problem. Looking back I now realize it was a problem every child needs, having a loving father. As hard as I tried to fight it, my dad instilled in me the good values and work ethic to be an honest and responsible member of society.
Despite Troy?s continuous attempts to push himself away from anything he had ever known about his father, the inheritance of such irrational behavior was inevitable because it was all he had ever known. The inheritance of this angry behavior was, in turn, the cause of his damaging relationships with his own family. Just as Troy endured his father?s cruel ways, Troy?s family is left with no choice but to try to learn to live with his similar ways. Troy?s family is one that strives to maintai... ... middle of paper ... ...y as a responsible person. He overlooks Cory?s efforts to please him and make a career for his son, learned from his past with his own father, is responsible for the tension that builds between him and Cory.