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    Teaching - A Rewarding Profession Being the first to attend college in my family, it was hard to decide what field I wanted to go into. There were so many choices. In making such a large lifelong decision, I decided to follow my heart. I thought back to when I was in high school at Narrows. I had a wonderful experience there. I also had some great, inspiring teachers. One teacher sticks out clearly to me. It was my AP Biology class my senior year. The teacher expected so much. He

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    The Call to a Rewarding Service Believers in Christ are the most fortunate people in the world. The reasons for this are very numerous. Our calling is a blessed call, our calling is without regret – you cannot regret you wholeheartedly followed Jesus, our calling is a call of holiness, our calling is a call to come out of uncertainty to certainty, our calling is a call out from the world to the Lord and our Creator, our calling is a call out of death to life – this life is quantitative and qualitative

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    Does Technology Help Us To Live More Rewarding And Meaningful Lives? “Technology might be described as a further step in applied science by means of the improvement of instruments”{4}. Technology was developed initially to conquer/subdue the environment (non-human nature) as a means of allowing man to live a more comfortable life. Technological development was driven by the Protestant liberal ethic of the eighteenth century Europeans who utilized their new scientific knowledge to develop

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    Rewarding Mediocrity

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    and Self-Esteem in Adolescents” Principal Leadership. 7.6 (2007): 11-16 Loveless, Tom and Paul DiPerna. “In Praise of Mediocrity” Education Next. 2007. 20 Mar. 2007 < http://www.hoover.org/publications/ednext/3389406.html> Stossel, John. “Rewarding Mediocrity.” New York Sun Online. 23 Feb. 2006. JFS Productions Inc. 15 Mar. 2007. “Too many teacher colleges major in mediocrity” USA Today.com 3 Mar. 2002. USA Today. 20 Mar. 2007 United States. Department of Commerce. Census Bureau. High

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    Seagrams

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    leadership necessary for this reorientation to be successful. Specifically, the questions raised by management at the end of the values training program suggest that the three critical elements of instrumental leadership – structuring, controlling, and rewarding – have not been fully addressed. Without these, the new value system will not be “reinforced and institutionalized” and may fall victim to becoming “another program of the month”. Bronfman has not structured a sufficient mechanism to ensure the

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    A Career as a Teacher

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    There are many things I find rewarding about teaching. I find that if I had a bad night the day before, I can come into class and the children will always find a way to put a smile on my face no matter how bad I am feeling. I love the way a students face lights up when they try and understand a concept and it takes them a little while, but when they finally do, their face just looks like they can accomplish anything in their lives. That’s what I find most rewarding. I believe that the most challenging

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    who they provide these services to. Investment banking seems to be the most interesting of the three, as well as the most rewarding. This is due to the nature of the job an investment banker must perform. A career as an investment banker has its pros and cons just as any career does, but if you're looking for a high-demanding, high-risk career that at times is very rewarding financially, investment banking could be the career. Investment banking has been around since stocks have been issued and

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    our attention to the original vocation of the philosopher: not as scholar but as sage. Hadot attempts to recapture the early understanding of the study of philosophy as an entry into a mode de vie, a way of life richly satisfying and personally rewarding. The challenge for us today, he claims, is to rediscover the unity between two different visions of philosophy: philosophy as scientific discourse and philosophy as way of spiritual enlightenment. As scientific discourse, philosophy cannot exist

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    have had a hard time deciding on the right career choice for myself. During my field placement I learned that I really want to make a difference in children’s lives. The enjoyment that one gets out of seeing the looks on their students faces is rewarding. I enjoyed working with the students and now I know that becoming a teacher is for me. The purpose of education is to teach children that learning is valuable and that the mind wants and needs to grow by learning. All children can learn if they

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    The Entrepreneur

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    wealth in this way. An entrepreneur is someone who has the ability to build and develop his own business. In today's fast paced world of business, many people chose to work for themselves. A career as an entrepreneur is a risky, yet personally rewarding endeavor. Entrepreneurs start from ground zero with probably only a dollar in their pocket. "Entrepreneurship is the ability to create and build something from practically nothing" (Timmons 1). Entrepreneurs should be admired more than anything

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