Kerri Strug

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  • Heroism : A Hero : Worth A Happy Hero

    1006 Words  | 5 Pages

    “Concern yourself with accepting responsibility than with assigning blame. Let the possibilities inspire you more than the obstacles discourage you.”(Ralph Marston) A hero doesn’t let the fall get to them, they also don’t give up and assign the blame or responsibility onto another. The truth is while heroism does not always mean gaining a happy ending, heroes face challenges with a smile and fight even when the odds are stacked against them.          Although heroes might not earn the happy ending

  • Kerri Strengthsquest: A Self Analysis

    392 Words  | 2 Pages

    I don't usually like reading unless it is in an area that I have an interest in but wow, StrengthsQuest was very inspiring and motivational. I loved the stories of Kerri Strug and her determination to win the gold in the 1996 Olympic games, and the story of teacher Angel Alcoser, and how she found children's talents and gave them encouragement to work on their strengths(Clfton, Anderson, Schreiner, 2006,pp.1-11). In taking the StrengthsFinder Survey, I discovered pretty much what I already knew about

  • Universal Health Care : Universal Healthcare

    1615 Words  | 7 Pages

    Universal Healthcare in the USA The campaign for some form of universal health care has spanned practically a century in the USA and has been the subject of political debate since the early part of the 20th century. Recent reforms remain an active and urgent political issue. Universal Health Care has been one of the leading public issues in America and in recent times this issue has risen to the fore, because of its increasing prevalence in the government, market, and civil sectors. In this essay

  • Women are Different from Men

    1566 Words  | 6 Pages

    Lately, society has been going through a push to put females on the same platform as men. While females are distinctly different from men, the world has been trying to make them the same as men. Women are not the same. While they are equally important, they are different. Females fill as important a role as men. The female gender cannot exist without men, and men cannot exist without their counterparts. Women are being pushed to fill a roll which they are not designed to fill, since both genders

  • Are Professional Athletes Overpaid? Essay

    2060 Words  | 9 Pages

    Do you think professional athletes are overpaid? You might think they earn more than what they are worth for playing half a year, but athletes have many things which contribute to their salary. Some of these things include their earnings from endorsements, ticket sales, performance, merchandise, their social contributions, and TV ratings. Although there are many factors that contribute to their salary, professional athletes may be overpaid because as a society, we contribute to their success. So