Samples "Self Reflection"

Self Reflection

Lifelong Learning for Professional Development

The concept of lifelong learning is already a part of who I am as an individual so the notion of incorporating them into my professional life is a given. However, incorporating the notion into my professional life requires more thought since it should, in my opinion, be applied deliberately and...

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Middle Adulthood

Just as the transition from adolescence to young adulthood required adjusting my approach to life, so too will the adjustment into middle adulthood. While young adulthood is likely considered the physical peak of one’s life, middle adulthood is the prime of one’s life. What individuals in middle adulthood lose in...

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My First College English Class

I began my first college English class at Fresno City College. The main purpose of the class was to introduce college freshmen to the structure and mechanics of academic writing. On my first day of class, my instructor likened learning the structure of academic writing to understanding the sonata form...

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Strength and Weakness

In my opinion, I have numerous strengths that the company will benefit from, but my biggest strength of all is teamwork and communication. While I think that knowledge of one’s respective field is important, I understand that having effective teamwork and communication skills is what really makes workers successful and...

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Learning From Failure

My parents have strong work ethics, thus, they have always expected their children to work hard, too and excel in whatever they do. I have known since a young age that my parents have high expectations from me which may explain my competitive nature. I am always in competitive spirit...

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Values Reflection Paper

In reflecting on my core values, a dilemma arises in identifying them as such. More exactly, such values are so deeply ingrained within us, we usually do not consciously consider them. Making the effort, however, reveals several basics to me, all of which are related to one another. Beyond any...

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Leadership Style Self-Assessment

According to the leadership style self-assessment, I was of a delegative style of leadership. Understanding one’s style of leadership, the different ways in which certain theories align with that style, and the types of work environments and actions that are most conducive to such a style of leadership allows one...

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Self Assessment On Taking a Course

Until taking this course, I did not think much about the specific development of my interpersonal relationships. I especially did not consider that there may be specific ways to address interpersonal conflict. It seemed to me initially that conflicts are haphazard interactions between two people and that they, certainly, did...

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Self Assessment Of Career Prospects

One’s career is highly dependent on the attitudes that one possesses as well as one’s personal attributes. The attitudes and attributes determine the things that one values most as well as the interactions that one develops in the society. The attitudes also determine the way that one handles different situations...

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Self-Observation

During my teenage years, I did not think of becoming a parent, neither did I know how it felt to have someone call you ‘mum' each and every day. However, as we all know, teenage years are the time when youths decide to explore on various issues such as indulging...

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Self-assessment

In this class, I have gained tremendous skills especially in research paper writing about contemporary world issues. Through the various writing skills I learned during the class, I have learned how to identify a topic and carry out an extensive research about it by use of various academic materials from...

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My Selfie, Myself Rhetorical Analysis

The topic that will be discussed in this analysis is selfies. The advent of social networks has made it easy for people to share their images with their friends and loved ones. The article that has been chosen for this rhetorical analysis is titled “My Selfie, Myself.” This article was...

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Who Am I As A Writer?

I have been writing for as long as I have been in school. I still remember my earliest writing assignments which involved copying alphabets from the book on to a piece of paper. Eventually, my assignments moved to simple essays which usually involved describing some object such as a house....

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Self-Quality Improvement Project

The self-quality improvement project will be to participate in cardiovascular exercise three times per week for two months, for no less than thirty minutes at a time. The three person team that will be participating in this self-quality improvement project will consist of the student, the student’s husband, and the...

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Something That Greatly Impacted Me Essay

In this essay, I would like to tell in detail about three different moments that impacted me in some way. These are three stories which had a positive impact on my life in one way or another. The first story concerns the birth of my younger sister. I was eight...

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Trust Yourself Essay

Sometimes, the most important lessons one can learn from school are not in textbooks or in lectures. It is often times the general life lessons that force their way into such situations that stick with people the longest and help to shape their lives. I became very aware of this...

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Improving Self

In high school, I used to read lot of biographies about successful people which helped produce a strong desire in me to achieve extraordinary success as well. The major lessons I gained from these biographies was that all of these individuals worked hard and never gave up. Thus, I had...

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Sikh Identity

We often find our true selves in the face of adversity. When I started my academic career in the U.S. as a junior in high school, I had a unique identity as a Sikh girl. My identity became a source of discrimination by my fellow students who ridiculed my appearance,...

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What Is Success?

Why is it that success seems to go hand-in-hand with wealth, fame and fortune? Why does society equate success with material possessions and fame? In order to fully define success, one must first determine one’s values and morals. For the person who gravitates towards money and material goods, success must...

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My Family History

I was born on March 26th, 1985 in Kuwait. My parents originated from Kuwait, and we both lived in Kuwait city. In the city, my family and I lived in a big house with two floors. The house was well divided amongst the family members. My parents had a well-befitting...

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