Slow And Steady Wins The Race Essays and Term Papers

  • Fast N Consistent Always Beat the Slow N Steady

    The ‘fast and consistent’ will always beat the ‘slow and steady’.. The saying ‘slow and steady wins the race’ is in many ways inaccurate. This cannot be taken literally and also does not pertain to everyone. If this saying was taken literally, it would make no sense at all. For an example, my...

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  • Jess

    Obsessed with competition 1) What ever happened to 'slow and steady wins the race'? 2) Why are modern people determined to be the best or the first at everything? 3) Does being the first 11 year old to get the iPhone 5s really matter? 4) Is competition causing younger generations to want to look...

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  • Slow and Steady Wins the Race

    "Slow and steady wins the race" All must have read the story of the race between the Rabbit and the tortoise. Tortoise, the slowest creature wins at the end as he was steady through out the race. The same applies in our life. Every day we run a race no matter what we are. To survive in...

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  • Tortoise and Hare Story (New Version!)

    animals for a race to prove that he really was the fastest animal in that forest. Tired of its repeated boasting, one tortoise had finally agreed for a race. All the animals in the forest had gathered to watch the race. The race started. The hare sprinted very fast and was leading the race by a long distance...

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  • slow and steady wins the race

    SLOW AND STEADY WINS THE RACE Success comes to those who are slow but steady in their work. It is not necessary to be very clever in order to succeed in life. The modern life is a life of rush and hurry, stress and strain. The world has grown so materialistic that everybody wants to make a quick buck...

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  • aesops fables

    Nick Conti Slow and Steady Wins the Race There are many ways people can make fun of someone just by the way they look or how they do things. Most people who make fun of others may not know what can be expected of that person and can change that perspective about they view them. They can also be...

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  • Themes

    older was "How do you expect to win this race when you are walking along at your slow, slow pace?" "The Tortoise and The Hare", showed me at a young age why you shouldn't take your talents for granted, show off ,not use them and instead take things at a slow and steady pace. First life lesson I pulled...

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  • Fast and Consistant

    have a race. The Hare runs off at great pace, gets close to the finish line and decides he is so far ahead he can afford to have a sleep. While he is sleeping, the tortoise catches up, over takes him, and finishes the race just as the hare is waking up. The moral of the story is supposed to be "slow and...

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  • Morakity Literature

    of Aesop's fable of the Tortoise and the Hare, in which the plodding and determined tortoise wins a race against the much-faster yet extremely arrogant hare, the stated moral is "slow and steady wins the race". However, other morals can often be taken from the story itself; for instance, that "arrogance...

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  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    the slow-moving tortoise or turtle for being a slow-moving turtle so to speak. The tortoise takes on the challenge of racing the hare and announces that he would win the race because of his determination, not his speed. The hare finds this quite humorous and accepts the challenge. After the race begins...

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  • The turtle and the rabbit

    Two variants – the turtle and the rabbit – the whale and the sea slug; both stories tell about a speed race in pairs of animals. The rabbit and the whale were too proud and always bragging about their own ability so both became losers. The turtle won the rabbit by patience while the snail won the whale...

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  • Teamwork

    argument with a race. They agreed on a route and started off the race. Fine! Ok, let’s have a race. The hare shot ahead and ran briskly for some time. Then seeing that he was far ahead of the tortoise, he thought he'd sit under a tree for some time and relax before continuing the race. Poor guy...

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  • I am doing Graduation from Preston

    tortoise and with a race. • They agreed on a route and started off the race. •The rabbit dashed almost out of sight at once. •But soon stopped. •To show his contempt for tortoise. •Lay down to have a nap. •The tortoise plodding on overtook him and soon finished the race. •Emerging as the...

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  • Folktale Comparison

    teases a tortoise for his slowness; the tortoise, annoyed by the hare’s claims, agrees to a race that they plan the next day. The next morning the hare comes to the race half asleep and unprepared. Hare sees how slow tortoise is and decides to take a nap. When he awakes, he notices tortoise is only one third...

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  • fables and narratives

    runner among all the animals; challenging all the other animals to race against him. To the rabbit’s surprise a seemingly lowly turtle accepts the challenge to race. The rabbit seems to find the turtle’s statement amusing and decides to race the turtle; thinking the turtle was no real competition. By standers...

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  • Dude

    person that thinks that they are the best and thinks they can just win with ease at anything they do can be beaten and taken down. The story starts off as the tortoise agrees to a five mile race and the hare decides he will do it. When the race starts the hare burst out and takes the lead. He gets so far ahead...

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  • Supply chain

    overconfident rabbit fell asleep on the job, while the "slow and steady" turtle won the race. That may have been true in Aesop's time, but in today's demanding business environment, "slow and steady" won't get you out of the starting gate, let alone win any races. Managers these days recognise that getting products...

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  • New Generation

    to settle the argument with a race. They agreed on a route and started off the race. The hare shot ahead and ran briskly for some time. Then seeing that he was far ahead of the tortoise, he thought he'd sit under a tree for some time and relax before continuing the race. He sat under the tree and...

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  • Motivation

    to settle the argument with a race. They agreed on a route and started off the race. The hare shot ahead and ran briskly for some time. Then seeing he was far ahead of the tortoise, he thought he would sit under a tree for some time and relax before continuing the race. He sat under a tree and soon...

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  • Lean on Me

    have a race, and Freddy wins then he could be on the team. Freddy accepts the bet and Patrick announces to everyone, "Today after school me and this fatty Freddy will race from school to Seven- Eleven. Come and watch me beat this fatty." Beep! The school bell rings, school is over and the race will...

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