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  • Hard Work Leads to Success

    Hard work leads to success Hard work is the key to success. Nothing can be achieved without hard work. Workwork‚ ever work‚ is a great panacea. Edison worked for twenty-one hours a day. He slept only for two or three hours on the laboratory tables with his books as his pillow. Our beloved Prime Minister late Pt. Nehru‚ worked for seventeen hours a day and seven days a week. There were no holidays in his calendar. Mahatma Gandhi worked ceaselessly day and night and won freedom for his

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  • Success Is Hard Work

    Success Is Hard Work Kerji Hunt GEN/200 Success Is Hard Work Everybody who walks this earth are born fearful‚ senseless and not knowing what the future holds. As you grow and progress through grade school years‚ you are learning how to be successful. You are blind to the fact that being successful is hard work. As you take your journey to college success‚ this is where you start to stumble and realize it is tough trying to reach your goals. With that being said personal responsibility plays

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    Skill : Comparison Question – how to make your comparison obvious - past vs present comparison - compare with other factors Hard work is the key to success. Does this view still hold true in the globalised world ? Interpretations : • Hard work : effort (time‚ energy‚ resources‚ determination) • Success : achievement (many areas‚ such as studies‚ work‚ business‚ sports‚ the arts‚ progress for the nation‚ peace in the region/world‚ happiness & togetherness in the family etc.) • Key : single most

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  • Hard Work Is the Key to Success

    Hard Work is the Key to Success "One percent inspiration‚ 99 percent perspiration"—Edison’s definition of genius has often been quoted to define success as well. Even before Edison‚ the rigors of success were described by painter Michelangelo thus: "If people knew how hard I had to work to gain my mastery‚ it wouldn’t seem wonderful at all." Achieving success is almost like finding God—the destination is the same‚ but the roads are as varied as the seekers. All you need to do is choose your path…

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  • Hard Work Is the Key to Success

    part time work. First of all‚ I say that graduation is not top part where you have reached. It is just first step. You should study post-graduation. If you do not do it regularly‚ you should study it through correspondence. Master degree is must before wondering full time work because next two years will give you more learning skills. Now‚ when you go for wondering work‚ you should remember that your hard work is the key of your success. No work is bad. There may be more quality in small work. Education

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  • Hard Work — Key to Success

    finals?” Mohsin enquired. “Yeah‚ you didn’t call me‚ is there any kind of work you’ve come for?” Hammad replied to Mohsin‚ who had arrived at his house unexpectedly. “Yeah‚ I was getting bored. Mom and Dad are out shopping so I came here‚ should I go? Are you busy right now?” Mohsin asked Hammad. “No‚ not at all. But let’s check the syllabus for the final examinations.Exams start next week. So we should better be studying hard‚” Hammad said to Mohsin. At this Mohsin made a face and shook his

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    Brief Timeline of the American Civil Rights Movement (1954 – 1965) 1954 - Brown v. Board of Education: In the 1950’s‚ school segregation was widely accepted throughout the nation. In fact‚ law in most Southern states required it. In 1952‚ the Supreme Court heard a number of school-segregation cases‚ including Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka‚ Kansas. This case decided unanimously in 1954 that segregation was unconstitutional‚ overthrowing the 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson ruling that had set the “separate

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  • People success because of hard work

    Topic: When people succeed‚ it is because of hard work. Luck has nothing to do with success. Nowadays‚ many people hold the opinion that success only come to people when they work hard and luck does not play any roles‚ but some people think when people success because of luck not hard work. As far as I am concerned‚ I do agree with the statement said that when people success‚ it is because of hard work and luck has nothing to do with success. There are a few reasons why I hold such an attitude

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  • success is about hard work and not luck

    Case presentation Urology rotation 5th year medicine Tuesday‚ June 10‚ 2014 Presented to : Dr. Ali Salloum Done by: Ibtissam Jarjour Madiha Rayed Rayan Mouhamad Hanine Al Arab Fatima Jaafar Akram kahil Personal History: Name: Jamil EL Sayyed Age: 74 years Marital status: married Residence: Blood group : B positive Smoker 2 packs per day. Date of admission : 22 / 4/ 2014 Chief complaints: Gross hematuria of 1 day duration Present history: This is the case of 74 year

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  • Hard Work

    Success literature going back hundreds of years espouses the benefits of hard work. But why is it that some people seem to feel that “hard work” is a dirty word nowadays? I define “hard work” as work that is challenging. Both hard work and “working hard” (i.e. putting in the time required to get the job done) are required for success. A problem occurs when people think of challenging work as painful or uncomfortable. Does challenging work necessarily have to be painful? No‚ of course not. In fact

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