23 responses about "success"Surprise Me
Adam's American Creed
"Caring for others will lead to future success", this Creed if taken into consideration will cause our Country to have a bright future.
The American Opportunity
This paper argues that one is able to express their American Creed by taking advantage of the distinct opportunities offered to them as Americans, and proposes that the best way for people to express their American Creed via action is by taking advantage of these opportunities.
The Hand Me Down That I Will Never Outgrow
I expressed my ideas by writing about my family’s work ethic and personal connections to patients and customers. This helps one become successful not only in the business world, but in life. My family’s morals helped me developed a creed for my own.
How American individualism sets us apart from other nations. For better or for worse.
Being Creative is More Than Just a Hobby
This essay is about the link between being creative and a happier, more successful life.
Improper Resources in America
My paper is about how America doesn't provide the proper resources for some people to succeed in life. For example, job opportunities, and housing. So I'm trying to raise awareness of this problem to see if other people could help out and help other peoples lives.
Through hard work, fighting for your identity, knowing who you are, and being true to yourself it can lead you to the American Dream. People need to value their opportunities and work for what they want.
My American Creed
Education is one of the most important things in your life. It is important that educators make sure that no child is left behind, especially when education is their opportunity to become so much more than they can imagine.
How my Grandfather influenced my view on American Creed
My grandfather worked his way from the bottom to achieve success, and his experiences serve as the basis of my American Creed
From Humble Beginnings: My American Creed
In this presentation I explore how my humble beginnings, growing up in a poor community, have molded my idea of the American creed. I share the journey that I plan to take and how I will use my American creed to help others going through tough things like me.
Achieving your goals and following your dreams is what is currently coined as a success in America. However, I argue that true success comes from doing something so meaningful that it positively affects the entire nation. Unity matters and education is a great way to build that.
A World of Struggle
In life you have to fight for everything, and you have to work harder than the person beside you if you want to be successful.
On Military Service & Success
Success in America can be achieved in many ways. One large foundation for success is the Military. My family has lived up to the idea of personal success through the military. Their stories speak for themselves.
The Melting Pot
America is a melting pot of people, beliefs, and dreams. Everybody has dreams, and everybody wishes they would come true. I believe that America should be a place where the opportunity to follow your dreams is available to everyone.
My American Belief
In my essay I talk about the deeply rooted lie in American Culture, 'Rags to Riches' and include my personal opinions as well as my own 'American Belief'.
Made in America
The way in which life in America has positively influenced the opportunities available to my family and the surrounding community.
Being American means you have endless choices and freedom to believe in or be whatever you want like careers, politics, sexuality, and religion. America is a land of fruitful opportunities and boundless freedom where you can be anything as long as you work towards your goals.
A Culture that Glorifies Success
My piece touches on the fact that the American identity is largely formed off of the parts of American history we glorify as successes and the fact that this largely hinders growth, and additionally analyzes the extent to which failure and success can contribute to an identity.
Erika S. and Kaitlyn H. interviewed a local dentist, Dr. Trevor Ragan, and a local rancher, Eric Peters. They wanted to hear their perspective on how and why America is not succeeding.
American Creed Argument
Your past doesn't matter as long as you focus on the future and what's in front of you. Equal opportunity is an important American value that people want.