It was cold and dark passage; the walls were covered with a slimy film. My sneakers slid with each flimsy step, making me wish I had better brand sneakers with better grip. I reached for a support trying to keep my balance. As we entered a deep cave like passage we heard echoes of laughter and giggles. We had reached our destination for camping Golconda Fort.
The large fort had dark rooms. Our guide pointed her flash-light into a murky passage followed by a small room. She shocked us by picking up the first girl and thrusting her into the room. The rest of the group followed her, wriggling and crawling on their stomachs along the dark, mildewed and narrow passage. As each daring student squirmed into the passage, I stepped back. It was the claustrophobia that prevented me from doing a simple thing like walking along the narrow, dark passage. Despite much goading and support from my leaders and fellow explorers, I refused to attempt what turned out to be a short, dry, well-lit tour.
Emerging from my cave, I sobbed at my weakness. I found it hard to believe that after completing a rock climbing activity at Goa, just days before, I had allowed fear to prevent me from finishing this mysterious expedition. My endeavor was on not to allow apprehension to impede my actions. The promise I made to myself was to perform adventures and have a smiling face for the rest of my trip. During the two-hour flight home, I cherished my accomplishments despite the rocky beginning.
Since that trip I have maintained a daredevil's sense of adventure both at home and abroad. Despite concerns about my previous understanding of such situations, my name was enrolled to many adventurous camps. I went to many hilly regions to practice rock-climbing. I ate "camp food" which I, in the past, felt uncomfortable eating. I had berries for lunch and relinquished my water bottle to a dingo, learned a new dance, slept in a ranch, and wiped out while street-lugging down a mountain in...
...Myexperience on the class monitor
When I was an undergraduate student, I was the monitor in my class, and at the same time I was the vice president of the sports department in the student union in out business institute. I am an out going girl, I want to make many new friends in the university so I took many activities. I have to say that to be the monitor and the vice president took many time and I was very tied at that time especially I must to study harder than other students, in order to set up a good example of them. Although I was very tired but I was very happy.
When I was running for our class moniotr in the second semester, I did not have any confident, because nobody know much about me, we just met each other about three months. I prepared a whole night for the speech and just have a try, thank goodness some of my best friends they voted for me and trusted me, they moved me very much. Because I just helped them a little in the daily life but they trusted me so much. At that time I made up my mind to be a good monitor working for everybody.
But everything’s hard in the beginning, they were still some classmates they did not like me, they did not support me to be the monitor. And there also had a problem that we have nearly 20 girls and 10 boys in the class. This is a little different from the U.S. because in China our government passed the one-child policy, most of us we don’t have...
I. My family life
a. Growing up as a child
b. Single life
c. Married life
II. Types of jobs
a. U.S. Navy
b. AutoCAD designer
d. Customer Service
III. Educational background
a. Southwestern High School
b. ITT Technical Institute
c. Wayne State University
e. Park University
f. Ashford University
IV. What are my personal, professional, & academic goals?
a. Set a good example for my children
b. Get good grades
c. Get a degree
V. Happiness in the future
a. Owning a business
b. Supporting my family
c. Financial stability
What I Want to Become
When I was growing up, I never gave much thought to what I wanted to do for a living. It was not until I was in my early 30’s when I had the desire to open my own business. I will write how myexperiences have changed me to believe that going back to school will help prepare me for the business world.
The southwest side of Detroit is where my parents decided to raise me and my two brothers. My parents ensured we had the necessities but they could not afford much else. We actually lived in three different places on the same block. According to the text “The microsystem consists of our primary daily environment: family,...
...My OJT Experience
Finally my 300 hours of OJT is finally done. For a month and a half I learned a lot of things. I had my OJT at Sterling Place Makati City, at first it’s hard for me to wake up too early and ride all alone to office and specially riding a bus but€ as time goes by my body is now used to my daily routine.
On our first day we had our orientation where we talked about the history of the company, the people behind its success, the policies, benefits, codes of conducts, etc. And then Ma’am Alex route us to the whole company for us to be familiar with the place, she introduced us to the whole group of Corporate Human Resource Department and as well as to the other department and companies that are under the Sterling Paper Group of Companies. After the route, we help the whole CHRD to prepare the things that they are going to use for their team building tomorrow at Pampanga. And also this is the first time that we met our buddy in the office the PHOTOCOPY MACHINE! Ma’am Elena is the one who taught us the do’s and don’ts of the machine. On our first day we learn on how to socialize and mingle with the whole CHRD people. For the next days we are exposed to the common tasks of an HR; filing, encoding, photocopy, printing, test administration, checking and so on. They are allowing us to conduct the test administration with the applicants so that we become familiar with the said task;...
...for audiences and the aims too.
The appropriate topic for seventh students is how to introduce him/her self to other person.
* Prepare the materials : The instructor must collect all of the materials and media that are required by the instructor and the learners. She/he must decide the sequence of the materials and the use of media. She/he must use the media first to ensure the condition of media.
This is Muhammad Arfiza Shahab. He wants to tell about himself. Hello, my friend. I want to introduce myself. My name is Iqbal Dhiafakhri Ramadhan. My family calls me Iqbal. I am from Surabaya. I live at Jalan Pondok Kopi III B No. D6 Jakarta Timur. I was born on 28th Desember 1999 in Surabaya. I am fourteen years old. I am in the first year of SMP Global Islamic School Jakarta Timur. My hobby is playing football, reading book and singing. Nice to meet you.
* Provide the learning experience : Teaching and learning must be the experience, not an experimentation.
* Provide the environment : The teacher must manage the facility that is used by the learners appropriately from the materials and media according to the surrounding environment.
* The learners : Tell the learners about the aims of learning. The teacher explains how the way in order to the learners are able to get the information and the way of evaluating the course.
...statements as "If I ruled the world, it would be a much better place." There is only a moderate correlation between narcissism and self-esteem; that is to say that an individual can have high self-esteem but low narcissism or can be a conceited, obnoxious person and score high self-esteem and high narcissism. Threatened Egotism is characterized as a response to criticism that threatens the ego of narcissists; they often react in a hostile and aggressive manner.
Self-esteem is essentially an essential process designed to balance one’s attitudes and behaviors. Being an essential psychological process, humans have developed defenses to maintain and enhance one’s sense of self-worth. To buffer against the actualization of negative self-esteem experiences, the mind has constructed several methods of carrying out denial and distortion. In order for an event to have a negative effect on the self-esteem, one must have had the initial expectation of a positive outcome. To combat this, people often engage in self-handicapping. Self-handicapping is an unconscious process that involves creating situations where the only possible outcome could be failure. In layman’s terms, you can’t fail if you never expected to win.
Self-esteem plays a significant role in many aspects of one’s life. People will go to great lengths to protect their self-esteem. Positive events have the ability to enhance self-esteem. However, people with a poor sense of self-worth may have a very hard...
...Running Head: MYEXPERIENCE 1
My Personal Experience
December 14, 2012
I. Where am I from?
A. I was born in Chicago IL.
B. Middle child of twelve children
C. Parents moved to make a better life for my family
II. What things do you remember about your childhood?
A. Family having a hard time making ends meet
B. Good times along with the tough times
C. Birthdays and Holidays were special
III. What were you like as a teenager?
A. Pregnant at 16
B. Married at 21
C. My introduction to Jesus Christ
IV. My divorce
A. Life after divorce a new beginning
V. What are your personal, professional, and academic goals?
A. Demonstrating the importance of a college education to my child
B. Becoming an Education coordinator
C. Earning my degree
...Why should I hire you?
I will not say that I am the best candidate sitting here, because I don’t know anything about the other aspirants sitting outside. But I surely know about my abilities which can make me stand apart from the rest. I am a highly optimistic person and no problem can deter me from achieving my goals. Also I can adjust to any situation and can work with any type of colleague as I see it as a great opportunity to learn from others which will help me to expand the horizon of my knowledge. And the best thing about me is that I can make people around me happy and calm, so I can make the hectic work environment a bit relaxed.
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
My strength is my weekness. Dedication to work is my strength.
Sometimes it becomes my weekness.If the work is given to me. I wont leave it till it gets completed.I will try to complete as soon as possible.
Why do you want to work at our company?
I need a job which suits my qualifications and skills,and which recognize my ability in the organization,so that i can update my knowledge and skills along with organization’s growth.and i feel that my profiles are matching your requirement.As per fresher i feel that this is the challenging opportunities to test my theoretical knowledge to achieve the practical expertise,which can help...
...When we arrived at Camp CIMI, my roommates and I headed off to our assigned dorms. We were in Owl and our room was 120 B; thankfully it was near the bathrooms. After choosing our bunks, and setting all of our stuff down, everyone started to pull out their defenses in case someone attempted to prank us. When everybody became tired of playing cards, we unpacked, once we were finished, our room looked like a town that had been hit by a tsunami. However, it was during the night when the fun started. That night some people, that I will not mention, decided to ding-dong-ditch our room. A few people in my dorm became extremely annoyed, went outside, and did the same thing back to the pranksters. However, they had to sprint back to our dorm to avoid the teachers. The teachers were outside giving out citations because they caught some people who were out of their dorms after quiet hour. Once, the talking came to an end, we fell asleep and slept soundly throughout the night. All in all, staying in the dorms was an extremely interesting experience.
When the activities during the day came to an end, we would eat dinner and then begin the night activities. Our first, and my favorite, night activity was the ___________. I cannot speak of this exciting activity because we pledged that we would not speak of it outside of Camp CIMI. Unfortunately, we were only allowed to participate in...