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    A Personal Strength

    Being in a place to recognize our personal strengths and weaknesses can help us turn into better individuals in something we choose to do, whether or not it’s our optimistic talents and expertise that can assist achieve our goals or unfavorable private areas that need enchancment. Knowing your self and what you can do, can […] More

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    A Personal Experience of Doing Community Service

    Community Service Essay One of the only ways that I acquire satisfaction from life is by dedicating my time to a trigger that I feel keen about. Community service, specifically, presents quite a few opportunities for me to utilize my skills to help those in need of steerage and additional assist. I decided to volunteer […] More

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    A Personal Experience of the Meaning of Regret

    Regret When I awoke one morning, there was a peculiar feeling within the air which I didn’t like. It was early in the morning, the sun wasn’t even out yet when my mother advised me one thing that might change my perspective on things forever. Every couple of months or so on the weekends my […] More

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    A Personal Theory of Counseling: The Holmes Approach

    Possibly absolutely nothing is as considerable to the success of the therapeutic process and completely nothing represents the muse of successful therapy greater than one’s particular person principle of therapy. All individuals in all features of life work from some belief system, perspective, or design of how the world works, how issues are, and the […] More

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    A New Look At Personal Identity

    A new take a glance at private identity Introduction             In his article, “A New Look at Personal Identity,” Michael Allen Fox, argues his opinion on the feisty historic debate about physical and psychological continuity views on personal identification (Fox, 2007). Hebrings in his view of the “self-developed by existential philosophy” as what makes an […] More

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    A Mission or Personal Vision Statement (VV1)

    We start this seminar with the development of a private mission or vision statement. We use this assertion on this seminar to emphasise that your time on the UW begins with desires and visions you hold for the life that’s still forward of you. We ask you to put in writing a mission statement that’s […] More

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    Personal narrative essay

    “Don’t Blink” Four hundred and eighty three people, stuck together like glue for the past four years. We all felt as if the day would never come, like seeing it cloud up but never getting any rain, like getting snow on the ground and no snow day. What some people complained about and dreaded going […] More

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    The Development of Personal Values

    My personal values reflect who I am, and my top five personal values are family, service, personal enrichment, wisdom, and integrity. These values are the main values I believe in, but I have many more values as well. I value honesty, kindness, and dependability, and I believe these values are noble. Personal values are the […] More

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    Personal space

    Most social situations North Americans require a comfort zone of six to eight square feet per person, and any violation of that buffer can trigger a reaction (Bowen). “People use avoidance responses,” says Robert Sommer, a psychologist at the University of California-Davis and author of the book Personal Space (qtd. in Bowen). But where does […] More

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    Personal experience with banking concept of education

    Education, the process of taking in and applying information, is an important part of life that directly impacts an individual’s judgement and reasoning of both themselves and society. A person’s educational experience has the ability to influence their life despite their intelligence level or home life situation. In Paulo Freire’s book, The Pedagogy of the […] More

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    Definition essay : Education and personal development

    We have to learn during all of our lifetime. Since we were small, we have to learn how to stand, walk, talk,… Getting older, we learn about the world, why the leaves are green, why human can talk, why we need to communicate with others and how to make an effective conversation,… We can’t know […] More

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    Personal Hygiene

    Sanitation is the hygienic means of promoting health through prevention of human contact with the hazards of wastes as well as the treatment and proper disposal of sewage wastewater. Hazards can be either physical, microbiological, biological or chemical agents of disease. Wastes that can cause health problems include human and animal feces, solid wastes, domestic […] More

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    Five Forces Framework in Personal Computer Industry (DELL)

    Introduction: Five Forces Framework in Personal Computer Industry Porter’s Five Forces Model is a model that analyzes an industry to help develop a business strategy. The model uses five forces that have been identified to categorize an industry as intensely competitive or not competitive at all and this will then determine the attractiveness of the […] More

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    My personal narrative

    My personal narrative is developed by using the questions posed by McGoldrick and Gerson (1985) in the chapter titled “Constructing Genograms” (pp. 32-7) as a guiding framework. I am the only child of Neil aged 57 and Dorothy aged 53. Because I am much closer to my father’s side of family, I will begin with […] More

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    IB Learner Profile My Personal Traits

    IB Learner Profile: My Personal Traits Hi, my name is___________________, and the three IB Learner Profile Traits I will be talking to you about today are my two best traits and my worst trait. So, my two best traits are Communicators and Open-Minded because I like to talk a lot and i also like to […] More

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    Personal, learning & thinking skills

    To provide the highest level of personal care (toileting, bathing etc) and attention to residents, following individual care plans carefully and ensuring that all contact is polite, friendly warm and supportive. To act as a key worker for a named group of residents, ensuring that these responsibilities are carried out in full (as defined in […] More

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    Ethics Awareness Inventory and Personal Values

    Ethics and values coincide with one another. Values are determined by what is right and what is wrong and ethics is actually doing what is right and wrong. Everyday people are faced with making right and wrong decisions. Ethically we make decisions according to our beliefs, values, and awareness. Every decision should be made to […] More

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    Engage in personal development in health, social care or children

    Outcome 1 Understand what is required for competence in own work role 1) Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role To assist service users with everyday tasks such as washing, toileting, dressing, eating, drinking. To assist with mobility and disability. To help in the promotion of mental and physical activity through talking and […] More

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    Personal Development Plan

    Section 1: So far, I have learned that the course I have taking to complete my education, is the right path me. I have also learned that I am a hard worker, and I have attainable goals to which if I remain dedicated I will attain. My hopes in doing this development plan is to […] More

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    Personal protective equipment

    PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Hazards exist in every workplace in many different forms: sharp edges, falling objects, flying sparks, chemicals, noise and a myriad of other potentially dangerous situations. Controlling a hazard at its source is the best way to protect employees. Depending on the hazard or workplace conditions, the use of engineering or work practice […] More

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    Personal and Professional Development

    Task 1. Individuals can research they will be able to do, can be or has been issued a university or college, or even in workplace learning, people can learn different techniques to do research but also for example, a friend of the British business-related information to understand what in a commercial environment. Seminars and conferences […] More

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    Personal case study reflection

    1. Introduction The aim of this report is in order to analyze a personal decision making and the issues in the process of decision in a workplace with critical reflection which includes academic theories and some models. Also some reflections will be given to deal with the problems. I worked as an accountant in a […] More

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    Engage in personal development in health, social care

    1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role. I work with clients with Autism and/or a learning disability, within a supported housing setting. My current job role is as a ‘care assistant’. I am responsible for providing support to the service user’s, which includes: personal care, assisting with meal preparation, assisting with medication, […] More

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    Personal Change

    Every day I hear people talking about how they do not like this or how they want to change that. Oddly enough, I do not often hear someone say I really need to make a personal change. The thought that people point fingers at others and take not fault weighted on my mind for quite […] More

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    Personal Experience

    Life is full of adventures and experiences. The key to living well is making these experiences as meaningful as possible. I went through a very significant experience, which was actually more of a risk, about two years ago. I was 15 years old and I had to decide whether I would stay in my hometown […] More

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    Personal Reflections

    The concept of self in the social world has been the subject of psychology studies for decades. Self-concept is defined as “a person’s answers to the question, “Who am I?” (Myers, 2010). Several factors, both internal and external, create each individual’s sense of self. Self-concept, self-esteem, self-knowledge, and social self all help create the sense […] More

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    Personal Statement

    My name is Chi Chen Hsieh from Taiwan. In my whole life i never be a super-student who is academically ingenious. I’m more proud about what I’ve achieved, and I take pride in my success. When you take a look at the world I come from, maybe you’d be impressed by me, the student who […] More

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    Personal Health Records

    Abstract A personal health record (PHR) is a universal tool that consists of a comprehensive database of an individuals health documents. Personal health records are available in a variety of platforms, such as paper, the internet, personal computers, and portable devices. This paper describes the contents included in a personal health record as well as […] More