If I am being completely honest, my work has been less than subpar. I haven’t turned in like anything for any teacher for the past two weeks. I am really slipping and I couldn’t tell you why.
It’s been really hard for me to focus these past couple months and I think my depression has come back full force. The only thing I want to do is sleep and watch Netflix. I have no idea how to fix it either. I went back on my medications but that doesn’t seem to be working for anything. I really need to solve this problem.
I have been researching if a college that a person attends affect the rest of their lives, ie, Ivy League vs. state schools. On the EBSCO website I found the article, ELITE COLLEGES DON'T GUARANTEE SUCCESS by Anne Kates Smith that addresses my topic.
So far in my research I have learned that wearing makeup is a huge deal when a little girl starts wearing it but as you get older, it seems natural to wake up early and start getting ready for the day. A drop of foundation or dust of powder on your face can make your skin look flawless, if you choose the correct color and brand for your skin. Makeup clearly boosts a woman’s attractiveness and confidence, however studies show that a woman wearing more makeup is more likely to get a job compared to a woman wearing little or no makeup because it indicates a higher sense of competence.
For my whole life teachers have always hammered into my head about how important doing well in school is. They claim that by doing well in school, you will equally do well or better off than others in life. This always made me think that I had to be at the top of my class to get into a good college and then work hard and later get a good job. But does that really matter? Does someone with a 4.0 GPA in high school earn more later in life than someone with a 2.4? One of my cousins always said "C's get degrees!" and I'm sure others have heard that as well. So which one is right?
I did 3 trials so I could beat Ayiti. The first two trials were not very successful because I did not know how to play the game. For the first two trials I just kept pressing start season without arranging the family so I ended up in debt and then dead. On the third trial however, I realized what I was supposed to do. My strategy was to work everyone so I could collect money. When the members of the family got to health level 2, I sent them to the hospital. There is really no point in getting an education. you can survive perfectly without one.
If I were to tell someone I do not want to go to college, they would be shocked with me. College seems like the next logical step in someone’s life after they graduate high school. If you don’t go to college, you don’t succeed in life, you’re probably going to end up working at McDonald’s or depending on your spouse for money. So is college really for everyone? I am convinced that there are other paths to take in life to achieve success.
My name is Claude, and I like football. I was born May 8, 2000. I became a football star when I was little. I had 600 yards in the little league. This was a turning point because I did better than people in the NFL. I live in the Bronx.
I'm good at math, global, and gym because I have teachers in the past who taught me.
I enjoy playing football, basketball, and video games. I taught myself and I train with my friend sometimes too. In basketball, I'm a great defender in the paint and I train to know the calls to help me get better.
Is college worth the price? Many students that graduate from high school would usually go to college and spend a lot of money on their classes and books; the cost of those things are around hundreds of dollars and can quickly empty your wallet with no money left to spend on other needs. I say that college is worth the price if you can make the most out of it by learning new things that couldn’t be taught during high school.
How do you become successful? If you asked a group of people that same question, they would all have different answers. A common idea is that one’s success depends on their IQ. Based on some research by psychologist Lewis Terman, there is barely any link between someone’s IQ and their success in life because a lot of people that took part in the experiment were very smart but not as successful as they should have been based on their IQs. Studies show that there are more important things things that play into how successful a person is. These things are environment, practice, and mindset.
Here I am adding on to my question on if facial hair has any say in the success of a man. In this case, the Green Bay Packers were having trouble stopping the run the first few games of the year. Mike McCarthy, the Packers coach, started to grow out a mustache that covered up his cut lip from a week before. He took this as a metaphor for stopping the run in place of the mustache stopping the bleeding lip. The Packers won last week against their rival the Chicago Bears.
All over, we see people using social media for everything. From valuable communication tools like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to dating websites like Tinder to less serious programs like Snapchat, everyone uses social media. So, what makes a social media website successful? What do all of these services have in common? Why do some sites fail?
This school year is my last year attending a catholic private school. I've only ever been in a private school since kindergarten. Being around public schools and meeting public school students, I notice that we are very different. Not only are the schools different, students seem to act differently as well. I came up with this question in my AP English and Composition class: Are private school students more successful in the future than public school students?
How can someone with no hopes or dreams become successful. All successful people, men and women are big dreamers. I believe you always have a choice in anything you choose. Giving up will only keep you in the same spot you don’t want to be in. Anything you want in life you must have the drive and passion to achieve it. However there are always little issues that would keep you back. I read many sources that had different advice on what it takes to become successful in life.
Well some problems I believe Mr. Wilson should address or take care of are the under-funded schools such as Fremont High School, McClymonds High, and Castlemont. Another challenge that I personally believe will be extremely difficult, is to decrease the amount of students that do drugs while they are in school. These are some of the main problems that I noticed while at my time at Fremont. Even though I faced these issues at Fremont, my time there was a fantastic one.
Video games can be a positive tool for kids to develop a skill psychologists call "flow". Flow is a skill that allows an individual to block out distractions, so he/she can focus on a specific task without being interrupted. Also, people who play video games online learn to work with others and can make these gamers feel like they are apart of a family or community.
In a book by Orson Scott Card (Ender's Shadow) the main protagonist Bean goes from a starved homeless kid on the streets of Rotterdam to saving the world. He has tremendous success and gains respect. But this story raises an eyebrow. Is this true in real life?
The theme of the book is that if you set up your habits and pick the best choices for you then you will be able to have a great future than before. There are also ideas of following your dream, do the moral actions, have a positive attitude, be grateful for all you have, and practice for the career you want. It shows how the things you do as a teen affect who you are as a person. You can change but the teen part of your life will always be a part of you and you should make it the best you can.
Something in my book that I’ve learn is a basic pattern in books is how the plot plays out. There is an introductory, rising action, climax, and solution. this format of the plot is followed in several books and we are also teached this format in school when writing a story. In my story, the book has the introduction which starts with Max waking up in the magical world and finding good partners to depend on which is Banderbrock and Walden. The rising action is when they embark on their journey to the wizard and are acknowledged of the dangers of the land.
Teens all over the world can succeed using the right habits. Habits are things you do everyday, and eventually all these habits will add up to a big effect on you. It all depend on the habits you choose to do. If you decide to be angry everyday and take it out on your family, it will only result to the downfall of your relationship with your family and may ruin it forever. However, if you decide to go home everyday and think about something good you have in life and what to look forward in the future, it will lead you to the right path.
Joven Noble is a program during advisory and after school that helps students to learn about their culture and helps them in school with tutoring and motivate them to do well also in life by giving them advice for life when they get together to have fun.
The general topic I am interested is basketball, specifically how low income high school basketball players make it out of Oakland. Basketball is one of the main sports in the world with football, soccer, and baseball.
In Heather Wolpert's essay Equation of Success: Top Ten Responsibilities that Students Must Own, http://www.edutopia.org/blog/student-responsibility-academic-success-hea..., the author outlines the relationship and co-dependency of the factors that contribute to the successful education of a child. Wolpert also outlines a list of student responsibilities that seem logical for success, but can be difficult, for any student to follow.
What is success to me? As a Windsor High School senior with my whole career ahead of me, this is a question I think about every day. But what is even the definition of “success”?
In the article, “ The Seven Laws of Success”, It says that almost 95% of small businesses are headed towards bankruptcy. They say that success can not be bought, but it comes free to us with our application.
College education isn't really as great if you're trying to become an entrepreneur. Only you could decide your destiny. A college education you can choose your major but you can't decide your path when your being handed an education instead of going out and finding it yourself.
The stress of student loans being paid for would also be tough to cope with when trying to get a business underway. How can you make money when you're busy trying to pay it off? The fact of the matter is that most pioneers don’t have a college degree.
Money matters in everyone’s eyes. Money is very important. When you think of money you say to yourself your good, but really a lot of money isn't enough.
This issue is a very personal issue for people. Everyone has problems when it comes to money, hands down. When people run into money situations they tend to lose their minds and try to do anything in the world for money. Money for survival is a problem that people go through every day.
Why do this always happen to me. Why don’t I ever realize how much I care about someone until they're gone. When someone I care about so much leaves whether they go to a different state, school, country, or whatever and I finally figure out how much I care for that person. Why is it always too late to state my feelings or to even acknowledge my feelings in the first place.
I wanna be the first
I wanna be able to say I did it
I wanna set an example
I wanna make a change
I wanna prove something
I wanna be free
I wanna job
I wanna succeed
I wanna believe
I wanna brag
I wanna graduate HS!