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You are your strongest, most challenging competitor and when you outdo yourself, that is when you really start accomplishing things and becoming great. The only way to do something right is if you do it yourself. Pushing yourself to the limit and achieving your goals and going beyond what you thought you could do is one of the b... ... middle of paper ... ..., helps keep you focused on the goals you set, and helps push you to attain those goals. Once you prove to yourself that you can work hard enough, the world becomes a lot smaller and opportunities reveal themselves to you so that you may broaden your horizons and make your life what you want it to be. Works Cited Coffin, Karen.
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Placing students in positions to succeed requires commitment to accomplishing what previously did not. Curriculum that is non-traditional; instructional methods that differentiate from those normally implemented, and collaboration with peers that test what works is significant to risk measurement and attainment in a high-risk environment. The answer is the one that achieves the mission; all ideas and concepts presented and thoroughly vetted will distinguish success and failure. A comfort level in risk taking is endemic in schools that experience their definition of success. By comfort level, it is the level of risk measured against the achievement of the academic program.