The reason why he had took over this business was because it was in the family. Mr. Spears did not go to college for running the business he owns, he went to college for his generals. The only information that he needed to know about owning the car business was the funding, educated about market and the risk of anything that could happen. To run this business he needed a detailer for the cars , mechanics, sales, a general manager, and a bookkeeper. Jerry said there’s nothing easy or hard about owning a business but that he loves the work and is making a good living off of it.
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.
Upon graduating from UC Davis, I was in a lull, I had no idea what I wanted to do. However, I know for sure I didn’t want to jump into a job where I was just going to do it for the money. I interviewed at some places and received jobs that were basically sales, however, I never viewed myself ever having a career in it, so I didn’t want to start off the wrong foot. I asked myself, “ what really makes me happy?, and I realized it was all the time spent in my education classes and volunteering during college. Education was always my passion in college, but I didn’t think much of it as a career because of the profession really is stigmatized as a low paying job.
I would never had made it to college if I gave up on education because my senior year I felt really lazy and I didn’t know what to... ... middle of paper ... ...tion is sometimes taken for granted because I feel like I don’t need to learn a certain subject in college but yet I need it to involve in the real world when getting a job. To me education is what prepares me for a career job the people who are hiring looked for the ones that are open minded and can easily work with their surroundings. Education is important in many ways it helps us become better people to be able to show academic skills learn throughout many years of school. I feel that when I’m looking for internships people look for my background and how experienced I am when it comes to programming. I think if I overachieve my education in computer science I could be able to be successful like Reyna Grande on how she was able to pursue her dream career as a writer.
I eventually came to my own senses and decided for myself that all my years of being in school, planning for my future, long hours of hard work and perseverance shouldn’t go to waste. I shouldn’t waste my own intelligence and give up on what’s important. For me, a lower class civilian, the American dream is very much alive and achievable. And it guarantees a better life for me in the future. I decided to go to college because although I knew I should continue my education, I never realized how important it was for my future and well-being to have that knowledge and use it to better use.
The first eighteen years of my life my father provided for me. Till this day my father pays my college tuition. I hardly ever worked but everybody loves making their own money. Throughout my high school years I mainly worked with my uncles. I never met the need of applying to a job, but I wanted to make money.
The role of the teacher was to teach the students how to become critical thinkers but without threatening their faith. (source). It was not until Schmitt was a professor at the University of Pennsylvania did he begin to understand the education system of his Mennonite village. Schmitt realized that Old Colony Mennonite was built by dyslexic men who shunned education remaining homogeneous for hundreds of years because of their separation and isolation from external influences believing they were protecting themselves from the world. (116-117).
This year, all I wanted to was to get over the semester. I really never had my priorities straight. I always thought that college has been just a place where you meet new people, and also a place where you have fun. But now that I had to face the actual struggles of college, I had to learn that college wasn’t just about having fun and playing games. Waiting for the clock to tell me when the class was over wasn’t my main priority.
Even though his family was poor, he was raised never to accept anything he didn’t work for. “Men had pride back then,” he recalled in a lecturing tone, “and supporting your family made you honorable, no matter what your job was. Then welfare came along and disrupted all of it. America was never supposed to be about giving hand-outs to the lazy, it was meant to provide opportunity for the willing.” That’s why I feel the new changes in the system are exactly what this country needed. According to the ACF Press Room Statistics, from August of 1996 to June...
Many philosophers said that the philosophy is almost in the end. It¡¦s ¡§the death of philosophy¡¨. Maybe because most of the people only focus on how to make a living nowadays, besides, no work, no pay, I don¡¦t blame them. Also the dominating trend of science, people are tend to be more realistic and practical thinking, more incline on material satisfation. Although many top scientists know the importance of philosophy and the existence of the unseen dimension but most of the people don¡¦t bother much on that, they just want to aquire a practical living skill which allow them to make a living, they don¡¦t bother to try to think in another philosophical way, after all they don¡¦t want much, just to make a living.