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    Believes that hard, hard work, even angry punishments, works until success - where the mother turns into the most gentle person from the former angry dragon. = the dog. Afsender: Chua Emne: børns opdragelse Intention: Vise at det er muligt at lære børn at være succesfuldt i alt, så længe...
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  • Paper
    already warned me of the difficulty of seventh grade, and the new level of work expected, and while I felt completely prepared for the challenged, I was not sure that I could maintain the level of success that I had during the earlier years of my educational experience. Nonetheless, I was going to...
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  • A Story with a Moral… Hard Work Bring’s Success.
    A Story With A Moral… Hard Work Bring’s Success. There once lived a rich businessman who had a lazy and fun loving son. The businessman wanted his son to be hard-working and responsible. He wanted him to realize the value of labour. One day he summoned his son and said: “Today, I want you to go...
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  • Success
    accepted for the job with good salary that a fresh graduated student does not dare to dream about. I think we will get paid off and get what we want if we work hard enough. Last, persistence is a mother of success. In life, people want to achieve success and they often face obstacles that sometimes...
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  • The Importance in Mothers Returning to the Work Force
    children and rejoining the workforce because they are able to balance not only being a new mother, but also committing part of the day to work. Anna Quindlen, in “Off to Work She Should Go,” believes that if your mother has been micromanaging your homework since you were 6, it’s hard to feel any...
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  • critique of amy chua
    in order to be successful, because “nothing is fun until you’re good at it.” From her understanding, children on their own never have the motivation to work, and that is why Chinese mothers need to force work upon her children. She maintains, correctly, that success can create happiness. But there...
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  • Girl in Translation
    immigrant can still achieve the American dream of a better life through hard work, persistency, and determination. Like most of the immigrants, the first difficulty Kimberly and her mother encountered in America is the language barrier and the culture shock. They arrived from Hong Kong with little...
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  • Forrest Gump Essay
    Forrest's life are often random, and they are both good and bad. Although Forrest's life is interesting, it is not always easy and happy. Forrest works hard in everything he does, and he ends up doing many interesting, fun things simply by chance. Even if he knows that life is uncertain and...
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  • A Brief Description About My Childhood
    . Although it is a very hard job raising a child, it didn’t prevent me from learning to be a successful mother in the future when I have my own children. Also, it didn’t stop my studies in school. Moreover, it made me more focused in class and become a better student. Being a make-up artist is my third...
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  • shaould teachers be replaced by computers
    path of success. They are different from other professionals because the work for their present, but a teacher works hard and prepares a child for his/her future. In the end I would just like to say that teachers who are the main reason behind the success of a man should never, never be replaced by...
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  • Non-fictional Essay on: Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior
    upbringing, as well as kinds of parents. In her story about Lulu, she explains how dedication and hard work leads to success, and how achieving something hard can be worthwhile. The function of this is to support her statement of Western parents worrying too much about their children’s self...
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  • Hero
    What makes someone a hero ? A hero is a person who is brave, hard working, smart . first, heroes have the ability to do everything. For example, parents are braves they work all the day to support their children, beside that the mother will be very tired because she has to work at home also. The...
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  • Andrew Carnige
    boy in the Pittsburgh Office of the Ohio Telegraph Company, at $2.50 per week,[5] following the recommendation of his uncle. His new job gave him many benefits including free admission to the local theater. This made him appreciate Shakespeare's work. He was a very hard worker and would memorize all...
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  • Commemorative Speech
    success. 2. I contribute most of this to my mother . She has given me every opportunity to be whoever I want to be. 3. My Mom has taught me invaluable lessons that have paved the road for our success. 4. I would like to take this time to commemorate my Mother and to show the inspiration she has...
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  • Role Model
    comes home tired from work, and she still makes time for her family. She makes sure that we have done our homework and is always making sure we have everything that we need. I learned from my mother that if I work hard, I will get what I want. She always advised my brother and I to go to school so that...
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  • essays
    daughters. Indra attributes her success to many factors: upbringing, motivation, great employees and lots of hard work. As a child, the schools of India sent home a report card every 30 days. You were rated according to how many students were in the class. For example, in a class of 30 you received a...
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  • The Achievement Desire "Richard Rodriguez"
    young girl. My parents always pressured me to work hard at school, I was always suppose to have my homework for Monday done by Friday night, which made me so mad at my parents. Just like Rodriguez was furious at his parents for forcing him into English classes, which started his separation from his...
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  • Moving Away
    scientists. For that reason, they are very hard on me went it comes to grades but I appreciate it because I know that in order to have that type of success, I have to put in a lot of work. The rest of my family also gives me the support that I need. Whether it is calling from San Diego or...
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  • Immigration Success
    The Chinese Success Why are Asian children the smartest in school? It is because of their mothers. The stereotypical Asian mother wants the best for her children. She wants them to have the best grades and to be the best in everything. Well, that is not a stereotypic. This is true. In Amy...
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  • Working Poor
    what he studied in school, but he did finish. When he finished school, my father found a job at a school where he worked hard and met my mother and about a year later they were married and had their first child, which is my older brother. At that time, my father started to work while my mother stayed...
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