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    will confront an obstacle. Obstacles can obstruct or hinder one’s process. Most of the time obstacles have a negative a affect on people because of how difficult they can be. Not making a team, loss of a loved one, loss of a job are some examples of common obstacles that occur to many people. Obstacles are barriers that block people from pursuing what they want to do. They are present in every journey of our life, no matter how big or small. The importance of overcoming obstacles is learning new skills

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    hard throughout an obstacle you thought maybe you had made the wrong choices, or weren't good enough only to find out in the end the importance of overcoming that obstacle helped you in more ways than ever before? Overcoming obstacles in life is a vital part of our society and always has been, the challenges we faced in the past show the progress of today. As individuals we each face our own obstacles which change and grow us into valued citizens in our society. All the obstacles we have gone through

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    I have had to face many obstacles in my life. I have learned that every obstacle can either make you stronger or brake you. If overcoming the obstacle were easy, everyone would do it quickly and without any difficulties. It is the joy of overcoming the obstacles that makes everything so much worth it. In my case every obstacle has had a purpose. Three unforgettable obstacles that I have overcome are my childhood, an abusive domestic violent relationship, and jail time. To begin with, while some

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    Reflecting on all the times in my life that I have had to overcome obstacles there is a long list of mishaps, lessons learned and many other adventures. The top one of the list is going through US Navy boot camp, which consisted of basically being torn down and built back up. In short you are told that the way you have always learned things from as early age is the wrong way and there is only one way the Navy way. When you step off the plane you are put onto a bus to take a long ride to a place

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    Obstacles. What are they? Obstacles are every day little things, big or small. An obstacle could be getting up in the morning, going to school or work, homework, making dinner, or maybe training for a marathon. We may not realize it, but we face some type of obstacle every day. Different people experience different obstacles, for some people a really difficult obstacle can be easy for others and vise versa. Everyone handles their obstacles in life differently. Overcoming an obstacle can feel very

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    In my life, I have had to overcome many obstacles and difficult things that have come my way. I feel that these events have made me into the person that I am today. The first obstacle I have had to overcome is growing up without a father. My father, Brian Montgomery, passed away at the age of 46, from stage 3 brain cancer. I was five years old. Being that I was so young when my father passed, I do not remember him very well. It is difficult when my friends, or people that do not know me very well

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    Obstacles are an Important Aspect of Life Adversity enhances ones’ positive characteristics due to the provision of an ideal environment for establishing integrity and developing a mature mindset. This conclusion is valid because people tend to learn from their mistakes, thus gaining a broader perspective on life. Often, calamity serves as a catalyst for the unveiling of latent talents; literature provides the venue for plots that tend to revolve around overcoming challenges and hardships. Notably

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    As humans, we face various obstacles on a daily basis. Most of the time, they are relatively insignificant due to the frequency and value they have in our lives. However, all of us have and will continue to deal with significant obstacles that will greatly challenge us. I have discovered that having a supportive family, setting goals, and determination has helped me effectively overcome obstacles. In Anna Harrington’s article, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way”, resilience and the importance

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    be able reach these different goals, persistence must be shown, by always trying and never giving up when failure takes over. All task have obstacles along their paths, and there obstacles are what gives the task their value. If a challenge is easy to overcome, and anyone can overcome it, then what use is there in completing it? The overcoming of obstacles is the real learning of the experience, not the act of reaching the finish. As the great martial artist once said, “Success is the journey, not

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    Prompt #2: Describe an obstacle that you’ve experienced. What does your experience show about your character? The biggest obstacle I’ve ever faced was overcoming my fear of falling from great heights. During the summer break after my sophomore year, I went to a summer camp in Colorado. Unbeknownst to me, one of the activities at the camp involved rappelling down the side of a mountain. As I made the trek to the designated rappelling area, I was completely enthralled in my own fear that I had no

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