Here are some of their responses. Friends and Family The greatest lesson I've learned is that family members are the most important people in my life.
When we give into fear we limit ourselves. We think we can do only this—go only that far—but no more. My fear was a fear of failure. I was so afraid that I would fail that I failed to take action. This was a self-fulfilling cycle that kept me from achieving goals that I had in my business and personal life.
I was so paralyzed by fear that I did nothing. I would get excited to do something, and get ready to do it—and then the fear would take over and I would quit.
How did I overcome this fear?
Phil Keogan, host of the popular TV show, "The Amazing Race," states in his book, No Opportunity Wasted, that "to attack this fear you must first ask yourself a simple question: I had a fear of failure in launching an online business.
This was an attainable goal. Once I hit this goal, I aimed higher. The great thing was I was no longer afraid to try. My defining success in realitic terms I was able to take that first step. The saying is true - the first step is the hardest! By facing my fear of failure through redefining success I was able to grow in my persoanlly life.
This growth has enabled me to overcome my fear of spiders and I am working on my fear of heights. Will I go sky-diving this summer? No I am defining success over fear of heights as climbing my ladder and cleaning my gutters. I can do it! Then perhaps I will work up to sky diving!
This is the "Golden Rule. What can you do for me? I no longer get impatient with people. I help where I can.There is a program that my young daughter's watch called "iCarly".
The theme song has a lyric that rings so true: "There's no chance unless you take one". I like that because it is true in life and in business. You have no chance of succeeding, no chance of reaching your goals and being all you can be unless you take a chance and take action. During my nineteen years of life, I have made many mistakes.
More than I care to share. But, I have learned many lessons from these mistakes. One hard earned lesson came at the age of sixteen, the age when we all feel we have reached adulthood.
Life Lessons Learned by Odysseus: Homer Words | 5 Pages. People learn lessons every day. They can either learn them the easy way, or they can learn them the hard way. Homer documented Odysseus’ journey back to Ithaca in The Odyssey.
In this journey, Odysseus learns . The Greatest Lesson I Have Ever Learned Lessons Learned by The American Experience of the Vietnam War Christal K. Jones Professor Anderson August 15¸ Introduction The Vietnam War lasted close to twenty years; the American experience help to put into perspective, the complex lessons that the United States military and its leadership should.
The Lesson Learned Through Tough Times Essay 1 Kyrsten Cramer Gaines’ novel, “A Lesson Before Dying,” depicts a setting of a small town in rural Louisiana in the ’s.
During my nineteen years of life, I have made many mistakes. More than I care to share. But, I have learned many lessons from these mistakes. One hard earned lesson came at the age of sixteen, the age when we all feel we have reached adulthood. What is is the single most important lesson you have learned in your life? I spent a long time this weekend reflecting on this question – and today, I am going to share my answer with you. The Most Important Lesson I Have Ever Learned. Life Lessons Learned by Odysseus: Homer Words | 5 Pages. People learn lessons every day. They can either learn them the easy way, or they can learn them the hard way. Homer documented Odysseus’ journey back to Ithaca in The Odyssey. In this journey, Odysseus learns .
Slavery was abolished in in the ’s, however African Americans were still not treated with equality. The greatest lesson I ever learned is to do the right thing regardless of what others may say and do. Throughout my teenage years and work experiences as an adult, I have been in positions where people tried to persuade me to think and act in a negative way.