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Dreams Are Never Out of Reach

- DREAMS ARE NEVER OUT OF REACH The unified sound of chants from fans in the audience was echoing throughout the immense gymnasium as amateur Shawn Johnson prepared for her balance beam routine. As the crowd held their breath for every move, she performed with her entire heart. After her incredible dismount, she gave a smile of relief and satisfaction toward her loved ones in the stands. Her score put her over the top and guaranteed her a medal, but she did not expect her results to stand firm....   [tags: Professional Athletes]

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The Unbounded Reach of Rhetoric

- ... Clearchus was very nearly stoned to death on this occasion (Warner 65).” Realizing that force was not going to work, he appeals to the method of rhetoric by making a speech and having two of his men deliver a pre-constructed speech. He coyly feigns loyalty to the soldiers while he simultaneously makes it seem that going against Cyrus would be impossible. Although still suspicious, the soldiers reluctantly decide to go with and fight for Cyrus. This scene depicts rhetoric overcoming brute force in the promotion of violence....   [tags: Plato, The Persianl Expedition]

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War Is Beyond Our Reach

- ... With this being said, it’s important to understand the difference between strategic theory and strategic studies. Thomas G. Mahnken talks about strategic studies in an article called Strategic Theory, in this article he discusses what strategic theory is, and how it provides information on how “strategy is ultimately about how to win wars.” Strategy is using the means of war to gain political advantage, to use the military to fulfil the ends of a policy. With the creation of nuclear weapons Thomas G....   [tags: Nuclear weapon, World War II, Nuclear warfare]

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Reach Out WorldWide

- What is poverty. Depending upon where you live, the definition of poverty could vary significantly. In the U.S., we tend to define poverty as not having enough money for life’s necessities such as food, clothing, shelter or medical needs. In other countries, poverty is much bigger than money. It is also about not having the physical means in which to better one’s life. There are many areas of the world where the most basic needs like clean drinking water, proper sanitation and medical care are just not available....   [tags: poverty, low income, low resources]

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How Women Can Reach Success?

- In Order to Be a Successful Women Hundreds of years passed and women still fighting for their success, still fighting to get a clear answer of one question, “How women can reach success?” In discussions of how women can be successful, one controversial issue has been announced. On the one hand, Sheryl Sandberg, the author of “Lean In: What Would You Do If you Weren 't Afraid” argues that in order to be successful, women need to lean in or there will be a cost in return. She states, “ “She is very ambitious” is not a compliment in our culture....   [tags: The Devil Wears Prada, Miranda Priestly]

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Halo: The Fall Of Reach

- Title: "Halo: The Fall of Reach" Genre: Science-Fiction State major events - Major events are those revolving around, leading up to, and resulting from the conflict or major problems in the work. 1. Spartans' (super soldiers, highly advanced warriors, specially bioengineered and technologically augmented, the best in the universe - quiet, professional, and deadly) completion of training camp on the planet REACH (human's last station of defense to stop the covenant from finding the location of earth) – After the completion of the training camp the Spartans were used for their main purpose, to protect and save human civilization on earth, by acting as the humans' secret weapon against the ene...   [tags: Video Games Halo]

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An Examination of the Potential of REACH's Convenience Meal Program

- An Examination of the Potential of REACH's Convenience Meal Program Introduction The purpose of this paper is to examine the value that the Convenience Meal (CM) program has to Regina Education and Action on Child Hunger (REACH). The CM program sells frozen meals primarily to senior citizens in Regina. It is a unique program which serves an undeserved demographic. This paper will seek to first better understand the environment in which the CM program operates, before examining its importance to REACH as an organization....   [tags: Social Welfare / Senior Citizens]

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Going to Any Length to Reach Your Goal

- People will go to almost any lengths to ensure that they reach their goals. As one can imagine, this determination can be very beneficial. Although, what most of us do not realize is that having such determination may actually be detrimental to our lives in more ways than we may think about. So, how far is too far to go to reach your goals. We hear all the time about relationships that have fallen apart because they stood in the way of someone’s aspirations. In Homer Hickam’s case, in the movie October Sky, it was the relationship with his father that fell apart....   [tags: relationship, ambition, aspiration]

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Chaucer's Use of Satire to Reach Specific Audiences

- “One may say that pilgrimages are just as much about the journey as they are about the destination.” (Higl) Pilgrimages are very important to religions around the world. They are important for people when they are working on a deeper faith, and these pilgrimages are to places of great importance. It is important to note that people do not only learn when they are at their destination, but also on the trip to those destinations. “The Canterbury Tales”, Chaucer’s unfinished work, was a group of stories about a group on pilgrimage, but the stories did not take place at the destination....   [tags: The Canterbury Tales]

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Eastern Media and Its Terrific Reach On The Rest of The World

- With the age of technology having increasing control upon all of humanity, it is often hard to disagree these days over the extent to which cultures have a certain influence upon a global audience. The global phenomenon that is East Asian culture has a large authority on many other cultures. It seems to be that, what Edward Said referred to as, ‘the other’ has a large impact on the rest of the world. Globalization is an occurrence that is fed by this otherness upon most of the world. Anywhere from economic impact to media, East Asia has a major impression on the rest of the world....   [tags: Technology, Culture, Globalization]

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The Twelve Steps Act As Guidelines For Help Reach Sobriety

- ... New attendees were encouraged to come back each week. It was so heart warming to see the love and support they shared with each other, even the new attendees. They offered their love, phone numbers, and unconditional support to those who want it. There was one person who ran the meeting. She’s a younger woman who was also an addict. The AA meeting was also very open and welcome to new attendees. Their discussion was on the serenity prayer. The serenity prayer is, God grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot change, the courage to change the things we can, and the wisdom to know the difference....   [tags: Addiction, Drug addiction, Alcoholics Anonymous]

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Religious Beliefs Help You to Reach Your Potential

- I believe that everyone has undiscovered potential within them. the key to unlocking it is to reach higher step by step. Reach too high at once, and u may fall, but build a good foundation first, and im sure you can even surprise urself. but this is also a bit ideal. life will in no way be easy. you will be pushed down, kicked, and maybe even trampled on the paths you choose to take. pain is a fact of life, but with the proper motivation and will, it can be overcome. Life provides many motivations: wealth, acknowledgement, love, fear....   [tags: Goals, Christianity, Christian]

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A Discussion of Chaucer's Use of Satire to Reach Audiences

- Geoffrey Chaucer was an English Poet whose most famous work was “The Canterbury Tales”. The Canterbury Tales continues to be acknowledged for the beautiful rhythm of Chaucer’s language, and his characteristic use of clever, satirical wit. (A+E Networks) According to Encyclopedia Britannica, satire is a literary form in which human or individual vices, follies, abuses or shortcomings are held up to censure by means of ridicule. (“Satire” Encyclopedia Britannica) In this case, when each character of The Canterbury Tales gets up to talk, Chaucer slips in some remarks that may offend the audience to make a point....   [tags: The Canterbury Tales, literary devices]

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Getting Out Of Reach

- Getting Out of Reach Prescription drug prices are rising much faster than the rate of general consumer inflation. The most heavily affected are those who can least afford it, like older Americans living on fixed incomes, and the working poor with inadequate or no health insurance. The rise in drug prices is causing the public to ask why. The reasons include the immense research costs, consumer advertising and the growth of managed care. The continue rise in prescription drugs costs has touched off intense public debate on how best people can get some relief....   [tags: essays research papers]

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OXFAM's Global Reach

- OXFAM's Global Reach "Consequences of the New Economy" was the theme for St. Olaf College's Globalization and Social Responsibility conference. The conference explored the social and economic effects of the globalization of capitalism. One of the speakers for this event was Raymond Offenheiser, a leader in international development and philanthropy, and president of OXFAM America. OXFAM America, an international nonprofit agency, is recognized for its human rights and national public education program on issues of hunger and injustice throughout the world....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Organizing for Worldwide Effectiveness

- Organizing for worldwide Effectiveness: The Transnational solution : Companies with international operations must engender global coordination and flexibility, to be able to remain competitive in increasingly global setting. On the other hand traditional organization practices provides different approach to the problem. The author illustrates this dichotomy in approach through the experience of two prominent electronic market competitors Philips, an example of decentralized federation structure, which is well suited to the promotion of national flexibility and Matsushita, a company with a centralized hub configuration, which ensures high efficiency....   [tags: global reach, transnational companies]

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Forever War by Joe Haldeman and Halo and The Fall of Reach by Eric Nylund

- The presentation and use of military personnel in the “Forever War” by Joe Haldeman and “Halo: The Fall of Reach” by Eric Nylund illustrate how science fiction depicts these individuals as disposable and replaceable. The negative treatment of soldiers can result in various mental problems and unnatural relationships if conditions remain the same. Although the characters in these stories are fictional, the mistreatment of military personnel can lead to future problems when the time comes for them to return to civilian life....   [tags: mistreatment, soldiers, science fiction]

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An Analysis on Chaucer's Use of Satire to Reach his Intended Audience

- Chaucer the Joker (An analysis on Chaucer’s use of satire to reach his intended audience) As the great Jonathan Swift once said, “Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own.” In Chaucer’s writing he uses satire to describe many different ideas. First Chaucer is trying to trick people, and trying to make them laugh. In the three sections, general prologue, the Pardoners tale, and the Wife of Bath Tales, all have specific examples of satire....   [tags: the Canterbury Tales]

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Fame is a Dangerous Drug and Should be Kept out of Reach of Children

- “Never suffer youth to be an excuse for inadequacy, nor age and fame to be an excuse for indolence.” These are the words of Benjamin Haydon, a painter in the late 1700’s to the early 1800’s. Although his ideas could be rendered outdated, it is this quote that stands out even among today’s standards of ethical code and morality. Another quote that stands out is from the book entitled Growing Up On the Set, “fame is a dangerous drug and should be kept out of reach of children.” These words were spoken by former child actor, and current writer, Paul Peterson....   [tags: fame, famous kids, child stars]

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Factors That Affect The Parents Need For Care As They Reach A Certain Age

- ... How often do your siblings initiate arguments with you. 2. How often do your siblings demand your assistance. 3. How often do your siblings criticize you. The response were then scored in categories of 5, with [1] being never, [2] rarely, [3] sometimes, [4] fairly often, and [5] very often. To introduce the caregiving measure, data was collected from 450 children in order to identify who recognized that their mothers favored a particular sibling and those who did not. A series of questions from participants were asked based on whether or not said individual had tended to the mother for an ongoing illness or injury, or whether she or he had helped the mother with day to day tasks such as,...   [tags: Parent, Family, Mother, Preference]

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American Express and Its Tactics to Reach Out to Its Customers

- “Consumers today is on the go, multitasking and reaching them is much more difficult than it used to be. Habits are changing high tech gadgets are a must and music and TV is dialed up on demand dictated by the consumers. Consumers are choosing how they want to interact with the environment on their turns. A trend that has created many challenges for companies that are seeking new customers. No longer do American Express has just a captive audience watching three networks or going to the mailbox as their only incoming source of information and correspondents....   [tags: wallet, distinction, creativity]

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The Importance of Preventive Maintenance

- ... This database contains content that is current as of April 1, 2013. The current federal regulation for good manufacturing practice for finished pharmaceutical requires that: “Any building used in the manufacture, processing, packaging, or holding of a drug product shall be maintained in a good state of repair” [5]. The 21 C.F.R. 211.67 is the regulation that applies to equipment cleaning and maintenance. This regulation states that: “Equipment and utensils must be cleaned, maintained, and, as suitable for the kind of drug, sanitized or sterilized at appropriate intervals to prevent breakdowns or contamination that would affect the safety, identity, strength, quality, or purity of the dr...   [tags: no equipment should reach the breaking point]

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Program of Selected Sports

- M2 - Explain the chosen activities you have selected for your programme, for a selected sport Bleep test – The bleep test is a V02 max assessment. By an athlete doing a bleep test it aids coaches to estimate a sports person’s maximum oxygen intake. It consist of a 20m shuttle run that has to be completed at a gradual pace according to the pauses between ‘beep’ noises played on a CD player. Sit and reach test - This examination shows how flexible a sports person can be. To do this test correctly, you have to be sitting down with your knees stable to the ground, straight legs and your feet on a measuring box....   [tags: test, sit, reach, jump, sprint]

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Graduation Speech: Reach for What You Want

- Life is a big store, a market. Now, before you tune out, let me explain this strange analogy. You'll get what I'm saying What do people do in life. They do what they want to do. They spend life trying to get what they want. Whether that's possessions, wisdom, fame, fortune or simply survival, people everywhere right now are living life getting what they want. You're probably thinking: Hey, what about those people that spend their lives serving others or serving God. Think about it some more. Let's say that a guy wants salvation, he's going to spend his life attaining salvation....   [tags: Graduation Speech, Commencement Address]

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Steps to Reach Internal Happiness

- What steps can be taken to create internal happiness. I have struggled through much of the last year asking myself this question. I will give you a little insight as to why I asked this question, and what I have found to be true. In addition, to research I have obtained due to the strong desire to find the answers to this question. Last year I lost three main people in my adult life. My grandmother who passed away from cancer, my grandfather who passed away from old age, and my great-grandmother who passed of a heart attack in her sleep....   [tags: personal experience, struggles]

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In Order to Reach Nirvana in Buddhism, There Is No Self

- The Buddhist tradition argues that there is no ātman or self. They believe that concept of a self binds a person to the corporeal world and prevents them from reaching nirvāṇa. In the Buddhist tradition what people believe to be the self is really a collection of the five aggregates. These aggregates are the senses which we experience the world through and they give us a false sensation of individuality. If a person lets go of these aggregates they can achieve nirvāṇa and leave the cycle of rebirth....   [tags: karma, eternal. soul ]

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Teaching and the Use of Various Methods to Reach Students

- Introduction When teach you must understand the different goals and objective you’re trying to get across to your students. Your first plan of action is to submit a lesson plan and then to plan activities that will be resourceful in the classroom. Authentic Learning Experiences Textbooks published for curriculum for social studies will show pictures of different groups of people with interesting presentation of facts and pictures. Publishers look closely at different Standards to "ensure that their texts in general can meet as many state standards as possible" (Chapin, 2006, p....   [tags: Assessment, Intelligences, Curriculum]

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The Churches Need to Reach Out To Young People

- We live in a society today that paints a very negative image of the youth of our nation, this is in part as an imagined truth and one that the media seeks to embellish but it is also, as with any stereotype, based on truth in a lot of areas. One only has to look as the national statistics online database1 to realise that figures - such as the consumption of alcohol is at its highest in young people since 1990 - are common place. These figures are the first things that the majority of the countries population see when they look at young people today....   [tags: Religion]

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Jaws: How Literature and Movies Reach Their Unique Audience

- “In Spielberg’s mythology, the essential close encounter is between filmmakers and their audiences, for whom the dreams and myths of imagination become concrete celebrations of sound, light, color, and space.” (Galenson) Stephen Spielberg has enlightened movie watchers for decades on his ability to get the most from every scene of his work. Jaws will do more to define his directorial approach at an early stage of his career. In contrast, Peter Benchley’s novel is engrossed with character development, and unnecessary sub-plots to entertain the theater audience....   [tags: Stephen Spielberg, Peter Benchley]

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Adapting Vocabulary of Document to Reach a Certain Audience

- Using simple phraseology, shorter sentences, and common sense are all options for preparing a document for a specific audience. Catering to the group of people is relevant so that they are lured in and can comprehend the lesson. After composing a technical or specialized writing, it is important that the author has an established writing style that he or she can edit for different types of essays and audiences. Depending on the audience, the type of vocabulary used in a document can play a big factor in how well the lesson is understood....   [tags: phraseology, writing techniques]

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Helping the Gifted Student Reach His Full Potential

- Giftedness, a category of Special Education under IDEA, is defined in numerous ways by different states. The State of Connecticut defines giftedness as “any exceptional child who… (B) has extraordinary learning ability or outstanding talent in the creative arts, the development of which requires programs or services. The definition that will be utilized for this paper will be based on the federal definition as specified in the 1994 reauthorization of the Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act of 1988: …students, children or youth who give evidence of high performance capability in areas such as intellectual, creative, artistic, or leadership ability, or in specific aca...   [tags: Education ]

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Geoffrey Canada and the Harlem Children's Zone

- Historical Context “Education in our country is the social service equivalent of Katrina. Part of the challenge that we face in this nation is that we have to confront the fact that we have systems that are designed essentially to fail kids,” states Geoffrey Canada in his address at the Social Justice Leadership Conference (Newport, 2011). Canada has an innate ability to blatantly state the problems facing communities in this country. However he is not just talking; he is doing something about it....   [tags: Humanity Out Reach]

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We Should Reach out to Muslims

- Do we, the United States, the West, have an argument with Islam. We surely have an argument with a lot of Muslims. The media in Muslim countries are full of anti-Americanism. Furthermore, most Muslim countries practice forms of government completely at odds with the political ideas cherished by Americans. They are despotic and intolerant. Muslim countries seem to conform to the pattern of so-called "shame" cultures, in which the rightness and wrongness of deeds are judged not by some moral compass, but by the reactions of onlookers....   [tags: Islam, Jihad, Terrorism Essays]

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The European Union's Inability to Reach a Concensus on the Construction and Deployment of Military Force

- Since the Kosovo conflict brought home to European countries how militarily dependent on the US they are and will remain unless big changes are made, the European Union began to take serious steps toward creating a credible unified military force. However, the proposed military force may face a number of problems which could impede its success in the future as there are constraints placed on the EU that differ from those facing sovereign states. Among them, whether the EU succeed in creating consensus on the construction and deployment of military force is significant in building the European autonomous military capability....   [tags: politics, warfare, economics]

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How My Current and Future Academic and Extra- Curricular Activities Will Help Me to Reach My Lifetime Goals

- I have chosen to pursue a career in acting because entertaining people is what I thrive on. Ever since I was little I have loved being the center of attention and making people laugh. My whole life I have wanted to be the person who helps somebody turn their day around. That is why I love being a cheerleader. I have been cheering long before I chose what career I wanted to pursue but as I was contemplating what to write for my essay I realized, I have been acting my whole life. Every time I step onto a competition mat I am putting on a show to help my team to win....   [tags: career choices, acting, dramatic arts]

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Texas Needs to Change Policies in Public Education to Reach the Assigned Standards in Core Curriculum Courses

- Action Inquiry Statement of the Problem The state of Texas continues raising the standards to achieve, is for this that the Eagle Mountain elementary ISD has to become more rigorous with the goals to achieve every year. In L.A. Gililland Elementary School’s data from previous year has reflected a slightly increase in the scores, with the results of scoring above from the requirements in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Science, but not reaching the maximum scores. With all this changes and the new requirements it is imperative that the school implement a plan where it will assist the students to obtain the academic skills to perform, where 85% of the students meet the maximum requirement f...   [tags: student assistance to achieve academic skills]

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Shakespeare’s Use of Love Quarrels to Reach a Comedic Climax in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

- Alas, love can be a great source of confusion and sorrow, but it is nevertheless probably the most powerful feeling a human being can experience. In Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lysander says that “the course of true love never did run smooth” (Shakespeare 1.1.134), which is seen in the quarrels between the couples throughout the play. Shakespeare makes use chiefly of the fairies’ supernatural powers to settle the love conflicts and portrays the irrationality in love of the characters, thereby creating numerous comic situations and leading to the unification of the couples towards the end of the play....   [tags: Shakespeare]

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The American Dream is on the Way to Extinction

- ... Instead, the branch refers to opponents as “hostage takers’ and hope to succeed alone. The current administration deploys government officials to perpetrate “pain” on an average American in hopes to blame the opposite party. Also the management has perfected the disciplinary consumption of government by utilizing the IRS to target political opponents to silence them before the last election. The nation also sits on the edge of defeat when our debt is mentioned. The 17 trillion dollar debt is almost double when the President came into office....   [tags: survival, college, tuition]

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Social Media Metrics for Marketing

- Introduction Using social media to market an organisation has become more common and integral to a success of a brand, product, and company. Social media strategies are used by many organisations, but how do you know if they are successful and worth your time and money. A social media’s success can be tracked quantifiable using metrics (Gold). There are hundreds of social media and web metrics that can be used to determine if a social media campaign is successful, but a few are key and should be monitored at all times (Chitwood)....   [tags: technology, social media]

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Branding, Pricing, and Distribution: Home Depot

- Once Home Depot’s marketing plan contains a thorough description of the scissor lift, it will then focus on the branding, pricing, and distribution of the lift. The plan will also need to include a product branding and pricing strategy, as well as examine how the pricing strategy supports the branding strategy. In addition, Home Depot will prepare a distribution channel analysis from which it will create a distribution strategy, determine whether the company is going to use a push or a pull strategy, and how the distribution strategy fits the product....   [tags: Marketing Plan, Push or Pull]

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Maslow´s Hierarchy of Needs in the The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The Great Gatsby Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is a set of basic physical and emotional needs one must obtain to reach their full potential and self-actualization in life. A person must meet every single level of needs to be able to reach their full potential. If any one of the needs is not met then they will not meet the highest level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby characters in the book do not reach highest level of needs. Nick Carraway is the narrator of the story and the main character who lives in West Egg he becomes Gatsby’s good friend....   [tags: needs, level, friend, wealth, issue]

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Buddha And Guru Nanak On The Ancient World

- Buddha and Guru Nanak were both born into the ancient world already established as extraordinary people who both had plans to be successful. Buddah’s birth name is Siddartha which is translated into “he who can achieve success” (Amore, 378) and due to his physical features he was given two outcomes of his life, one stating if he stays “in the world” he will become a great emperor but if he “departs the world” he will reach the highest possible goal of enlightenment (Amore, 379). Guru Nanak was born into an upper-caste royal merchant family knowing what he wanted to devote himself to and that was establishing a religion because he created a community for his followers to have a supportive pla...   [tags: Sikhism, Buddhism, Gautama Buddha]

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Enzyme Activity in the Catalase

- The purpose of this experiment was to see if there would be enzyme activity that is in catalase, which is found in potatoes. How my partner and me did the experiment was very simple, we put the filter paper filled with catalase concentration in to five sets of hydrogen peroxide. We found that the more concentration of hydrogen peroxide there was the faster it would take for the filter paper to reach the top, and the lower to no concentration level of hydrogen peroxide was the slower it would go to reach the top....   [tags: catalyst, potatoes, experiment]

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Dream Or Illusion : The American Dream

- ... According to the author Gary Goshgarian, who explained the value of health in his popular culture anthology The Contemporary Reader: “Healthiness is a part of the American Dream that everyone seems to overlook. I believe that when it comes to living a so called 'perfect life ' there is nothing more important than having good health. A person can have all the money in the world; a person can have all the spare time in the world; a person can have the most loving family in the world; however, what good is all of this if he or she is dying from an incurable disease?” In other words, people who aim to have a lot of money without thinking of their health, I believe they did not make any succ...   [tags: United States, Immigration to the United States]

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Dream and Live with Goals

- There have been several inventions that have been created from a simple dream. There have been individuals who have pushed beyond their personal limitations and achieved the unimaginable. These people have seen the importance of setting goals and doing their best to reach those goals. No matter whether they succeed or fail, the attempt will make them feel accomplished. To achieve this accomplished feeling in life, one must set the appropriate goals, dare to dream, and live each day to the fullest....   [tags: Dreams, ]

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Discrimination in As I Grew Older by Langston Hughes

- “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men are created equal’.”(King) Martin Luther’s word are still remember till this day, almost 50 years later. Years ago, rights between blacks and white where not equal. Black were treated as minorities and were not given the same opportunities the white people had. The poem I choose to analyze, “As I Grew Older”, speaks about the discrimination against blacks at that time....   [tags: black, metaphors, color, race]

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Communication in Leadership Is Vital to an Organization's Success

- Leadership is a communication process of a leader and individuals in which the leaders behavior or attitude directs individuals towards any goal effectively. It is widely believed that leadership creates the vital link between organizational effectiveness and people’s performance at an organizational level (Avolio, 1999; McGrath and MacMillan, 2000). The effectiveness of an organization depends upon the leader having an effective leadership style in order to effectively reach the goal of the organization; with it being one of the key driving forces for improving a firm’s performance....   [tags: autocratic, consultitative, decision-making]

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Morality and Spirituality in The Book Bhagavad Gita

- In the book Bhagavad Gita, Krishna teaches Arjuna how to reach the highest stage of spirituality, and ultimately the divine God. Krishna gives Arjuna a clear road map to follow so he can reach this goal. Yoga is the main tool to obtain spirituality and it takes a lot of hard work and true determination to do so. The main part of reaching spirituality is to depart this world and sense objects, and build strong morals. Upon giving up worldly desire, one cannot but seek the Devine and by seeking God, one will become spiritual....   [tags: krishna, arjuna, divine god, socrates]

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Sirens then Silence: Inventions of World War II

- When you hear of the years 1936-1945 you think Planes, Ships, Rockets, and a lot of casualties. 1936 was the official year in which World War Two began, sparking an new age of military technological advancements, in which countries wanted to build the strongest and most destructive new weapons to win the war. The new inventions were based off old designs that were not as strong or couldn’t with stand much damage. This occurred in planes, ships, and bombs. The war between the Axis Powers (Germany, Japan, and Italy) and the Allies (U.S.A, Great Britain, and The Soviet Union) was won based off of who could inflict more damage, with stand and overcome extensive attacks....   [tags: weaponry, warfare inventions]

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VisionLink Increases Its Presence on Social Media

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Krakauer's Into Thin Air

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The Spiritual Journeys of Siddhartha and Jed Cavalcanti in Castello Cavalcanti Greatly Differ

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The Idea Of Enlightenment And The Feeling Of Liberation Seem Unattainable Most Of The Time

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Prospects and Perils in the 21st Century AI (Artificial Intelligence)

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Applying Different Sales Strategies to Meet Market Needs

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Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck

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Relation Between Globalization and Branding

- Globalization is about all those things that affect the reach and influence of firms, as well as governments, as they expand their horizons internationally. Firms have changed the way they participate in trade and the global economy. In rest of the world, market opportunities contrast with the slow growth of mature markets in Europe and the U.S. This has encouraged firms in the food production and distribution industries, from Deere & Co. and Du Pont/Pioneer to McDonald's and Wal-Mart, to emphasize global expansion strategies....   [tags: globalization, branding, brand]

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Lorraine Hansberry 's A Dream Deferred

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Effective Intervention for Homeless Youth

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Similarities Between Buddhism And Buddhism

- ... Natapuuta Mahavira was the founder of Jainism and he lived from 599-527 BC. He preached for approximately thirty years before he died in Pava in 527 BC. Mahavira lived a very ascetic lifestyle and before he died he decided to stop eating, which ultimately led to his death. Essentially, from this history, I have learned that Jainism has very comparable ties with Buddhism. I can see how both of them value a simple lifestyle based on what I learned about their values and tenets. Jains believe that the universe was never created, but at the same time they believe it will never cease to exist....   [tags: Jainism, Buddhism, Soul, Karma]

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Maslow 's Hierarchy Of Needs

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The Effects of Enzyme Concentration on the Activity of Amylase

- The Effects of Enzyme Concentration on the Activity of Amylase To investigate the effect of Amylase concentration on its activity. the relative activity of Amylase is found by noting the time taken for the starch substrate to be broken down, that is, when it is no longer gives a blue-black colour when tested with iodine solution. This time is referred to as the achromatic point. Equipment: v Amylase solution 0.1% v Starch Solution 1.0% v Distilled water v Iodine in potassium iodine solution v White tile and polythene pipette v Graduate pipettes or syringes v Test tubes in rack v Beaker (used as water bath) v Stopwatch, Thermometer v Eye P...   [tags: Papers]

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Sexual Desire and Disorders

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Global Inequality And Poverty Is A Serious Issue For Different Nations

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The Hormones And Its Effects On The Human Body

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The Stages of Siddharta's Journey to Self Enlightenment

- Readers have been fascinated with Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha for decades. Written in 1951, Hesse’s most famous novel provides the reader with a work of literature that, “presents a remarkable exploration of the deepest philosophical and spiritual dimensions of human existence” (Bennett n.p). Siddhartha takes place in India while the Buddha has first began his teachings. The book follows the life of a man by the name of Siddhartha, on his journey to reach enlightenment. The main theme in Siddhartha is reaching enlightenment without the guidance of a teacher or mentor....   [tags: Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha Essays]

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The Internet And Its Impact On The World

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Harmony Cushion: Recommended Item for a Patient

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How to Connect: The Art of Writing

- Difficulty and the inability to remember an instance where I was required to write a paper looms over me as a wave building tremendous strength ever threatening to crush me. It is an ever present fear of despair, comparable to a man awaiting his execution. Even so I am at a loss in my mind, unable to gather the words, thoughts or feelings and imprint them on paper. The white noise in my mind leaves me destitute and alone not unlike the ship-wrecked Robinson Crusoe on a remote island. The ability to connect with the reader is a very difficult task and one that many of us find daunting....   [tags: relate, tools, experiences]

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The Pearl And Of Mice And Men

- ... This is a very good example showing just how Kino and his people were treated by the upper class. It is not until Kino finds the Pearl that the upper class even considers looking upon Kino and Juana. Kino works hard for a very long time foraging for pearls at the bottom of the ocean to put food on the table at home. When he comes to great wealth all at once and this is where his “American Dream” comes in. The dreams had most likely been there his whole life, just very, very far back in his mind because of how unrealistic it seemed to him when he didn’t have any money to contribute to his dreams....   [tags: John Steinbeck, Of Mice and Men, Novella]

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The Smart Goal Of The Obesity Program

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How Leaders Inspire and Influence Others

- To inspire and influence others, a leader must have many skills and abilities. As motivational speaker Jim Rohn, states, “ the challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.” (2010) Moving an entire group of individuals toward a singular goal is a considerable undertaking. Without effective communication skills and a clear vision of what needs to be accomplished, one will feel like they are trying to herd cats rather than leading....   [tags: Leadership ]

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Social Media Platforms that Strategic Communicators

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Lorraine Hansberry 's A The Sun

- ... His dreams were deferred, because his dreams became more and more passionate but his hope grew dimmer and less each day. Walter said, “I want so many things that they are driving me kind of crazy… Mama- look at me” (73). This shows that Walter wants many things, but he can 't achieve his dreams. Walter’s American dream of getting out of the ghetto was also deferred because the money he invested got stolen. Walters said, “Yesss. All of it … It 's all gone” (129). This demonstratess how Walter 's dream of getting out of the ghetto is all gone just like his money got stolen by Willy....   [tags: African American, Langston Hughes]

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Dangers of Ephedrine Use in Sports

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Twitter and Its Spatial Bias

- A medium is a means of mass communication, such as television, radio, or newspapers. Harold Innis, a leading scholar of communication and media theories, separated media into two categories, time-biased and space-biased. Time-biased media last longer but reach few, while space-biased mediums reach many but are short lived. Twitter is a social form of media, which sends short messages that have the potential of a massive audience on a global scale, putting in Harold Innis’ category of a space-biased form of media....   [tags: time, space, twitter, communication]

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Final Paper: The Induction Problem

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Business Analysis of PT Group

- BT group is a British multinational telecommunication company headquartered in London, UK. It has business operations in over 170 countries making it one of the largest telecommunications company in the world. It has over 18 million customers and has generated revenue of 18 billion pounds. BT has a listing on London stock exchange and New York stock exchange. Its market capitalisation is of 29 billion pounds. . BT group offers fixed line, broadband, mobile, TV subscription services as well as networked IT services....   [tags: telecommunications, technology, profit]

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The Chemical Weapons Implementation Act

- ... Chief Justice Roberts, writing for the Court, decided that section 229(a) did not reach Bond’s conduct by considering the language of the statute and presumptions of statutory interpretation. Justice Scalia concurred in judgment alone. Scalia concurred in judgment based on a constitutional argument about the domestic implementation of the Chemical Weapons Act as a treaty, but strongly dissented with the court’s interpretation of section 229(a). Consequently, the area of interest in this case is the court’s reading and application of section 229(a) along with Scalia’s dissent....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States, United States]

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What Makes A Good Motivator?

- ... Particularly in a school setting, growth and achievement focus on the need for self-improvement and tackle new challenges. These often result in external recognition that uplifts an individual 's confidence. Meanwhile, power takes the form of a want for autonomy or other wish to control others around us. Finally, social is the desire to belong and be accepted by a specific peer group and wanting to make a difference in people’s lives (Scuderi). Both power and social are clearly seen in a work or professional environment, as it is a part of an everyday lifestyle....   [tags: Anxiety, High school, Motivation, Secondary school]

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