Personal Achievements Essays and Term Papers

  • Personal Achievement

    Introduction I will be talking about one personal achievement which makes me really proud. After that, I will be briefly listing the qualities I possessed in that story. What are you proud of? 1. Math has always been the hardest subject for me. It is the subject I study hardest on, but ironically...

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  • Personal Achievement

    Have Things in Common Might Eradicate Racism At the end of this semester, we came to a very popular and sensitive topic, Racism. It is a "real" issue in daily life; you can see and experience it almost everywhere you go. Then the question is: would we have a chance to get rid of it? According to...

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  • Personal Achievement

    RUNNING HEAD: My Personal goals My Personal Achievement My Personal Goals To me, life is a gift that should never be taken lightly. I believe that each of us goes through a journey in life to learn lessons. Once those lessons are learned, which will take many different lifetimes, one would...

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  • Achievement

    A wedding anniversary is a very important celebration in the life of every couple; it is a day to commemorate one of the most important days in their lives-the wedding day. The purpose of a wedding anniversary is to honour the memory of the wedding, this event is especially important for those couples...

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  • Achievement

    Achievement Motivation What is it? This links personality with the degree of competitiveness shown by an individual. Its main focus is the extent to which an individual is motivated to attain success. Some Theories about it Murray (1938) indicated that it was natural for individual to strive to...

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  • On Achievement

    be considered an achievement of his? To succeed to earn 1 million USD is universally judged to be an achievement. But to do so while comatose will almost as universally not be counted as one. It would seem that a person has to be both conscious and intelligent to have his achievements qualify. <br> <br>Even...

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  • achievement

    The Achievement of Desire by Richard Rodriguez In Richard Rodriguez The Achievement of desire, he had grown up in a minority group / family being a Mexican-American , who on entering school was barely able to speak English , but then mastered the art of speaking English that one day his teacher had...

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  • achievements.

    Ever since I can remember, my ambitions were to make this world a better place by solving crimes and putting criminals behind bars. I am truly motivated to contribute to this patriotic country. I will risk my life for it if that is what it takes. My commitment, dedication and effort in my academic and...

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  • Achievement

    I have achieved many things in my high school career that I am proud of. The one achievement I am most proud of is taking a debate class. Generally I am a shy person and don’t like getting up in front of people and speaking. That’s why I thought a debate class would be good for me. Our high school had...

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  • Achievements

    If the best possible outcome for technology is what a manager seeks then they should follow these guidelines: Do one thing at a time, respect the personal lives of those you manage, don’t allow your team members to multitask while driving, give yourself a break, and remember why they’re called “sick...

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  • Achievements

    you are willing to move if the opportunity presents itself. 3. Decide what hours and days you are willing to work and how those may affect your personal life, such as school, family, and friends. 4. Decide what types of stress you are willing to tolerate: standing all day, meeting tight deadlines...

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  • Achievements

    going up and achieving more. And so, as I was growing old, I was taught to compete and be the best of whatever there is. Indeed, I have earned many achievements during my schooling years. As I was growing in age and much more in height (I was almost 6 feet before college), my idea of choosing a course is...

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  • Achievements

    Nikki Slesin Ms. Marshall-Fleenor History 9-1 November 17, 2007 Islamic Achievements made by the Muslims during the Golden Age In less than a century after Muhammad created the Islamic faith and state, Muslims and the new cultural power of Islam controlled half of the civilized world. Expansion...

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  • Achievement

    Jacky Hou Period 6 Cause and Effect: Achievement Grade Attempting: A Word Count: 1045 With the advancements made in modern society, the desire to make an impact grows tremendously as historical figures rise and fall. What causes the passion to pursue achievement is the constant pressure for wanting...

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  • ‘Charles’ Ability to Finance His Government Effectively and Without Too Much Resentment During the Personal Rule Was a Remarkable Achievement.’

    and without too much resentment during the personal rule was a remarkable achievement.’ How Far Do You Agree? For the greater part of the 1630’s Englishmen paid their taxes, most likely grumbling whilst doing it, but they were paid. During his personal rule 1629-40, Charles I needed to raise revenue...

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  • The Achievement of Desire

    The Achievement of Desire by Richard Rodriguez In Richard Rodriguez The Achievement of desire, he had grown up in a minority group / family being a Mexican-American , who on entering school was barely able to speak English , but then mastered the art of speaking English that one day...

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  • Football Achievement

    Football Achievement In my life time I have accomplished many extraordinary tasks that I’ve put my mind too. I discovered that my signature themes have greatly affected the methods that I use to complete these tasks. People use their strengths in everyday life as well as in crucial, life changing...

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  • The achievement of desire

    Richard Rodriguez’s essay “The Achievement of Desire” can be described as an autobiographical text in which the author includes some self analysis in comparison to what he describes as the only description of “myself”(Rodriguez p.547): The Uses of Literacy by Richard Hoggart. What Rodriguez is doing...

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  • Ellington's Achievements

    Ellington’s Effect in Jazz Music Changing jazz music across the world. Duke Ellington is known as one of the most famous jazz composers of all time. Using his musical ideas with ideas from other genres of music, Ellington created music that appealed to everyone. His ability to utilize the array...

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  • Achievement and Doubts

    unemployment rate went from 8% to 7.2% but for those people who is jobless it is still not enough. While on his SONA of 2013 his focused were on the achievements of the government on his term such as approval of the Sin Tax Reform Law and “Responsible Parenthood Law” (RH Law), reforms in Education system...

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