A Book Drive By The Great Malcolm X

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Choosing a strategy allowed myself to identify those flaws that may make me unsuccessful as mentioned by Pink in his book Drive. According to Pink, motivation involves internal and external factors that we shelter within our lives that drive our path for success and motivate us to do all we know and want to do. I allowed myself to enter this challenge and was precisely aware of the road that I selected to fulfill my destiny, for it is after all that no road bears difficulties. It’s those obstacles of which I have succeeded to overcome that will permit me to be a winner of which we all are. I allowed myself to face such destiny head on and evade the irrational thoughts from others who seems to think that what I am doing may prove too challenging and deter my path for success. I remind them of a famous quote that I read, by the great Malcolm X of which I bear within my heart that states, “There are no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time”. After all, who says a defeat without challenges will not pose problems. J, Hammond, R. Keeney, H. Raiff in their article titled, “ The Hidden Traps of Decision Making”, states that researchers have attempted to discover how the mind function in decision making for nearly a century. Also according to Hammond, Keeney, and Raiff we have a tendency to use our unconscious routine to cope with the complexity that are…

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