If I had to describe myself, I would say I am very self-directed, intelligent, and driven. When I’m in school I make sure that the first thing to do is school work. I always make sure I am doing the right thing when projects or checkpoints are difficult I always make sure to ask for help. The school work can be hard but I always make sure I turn the projects and assessments in on time. I work on a platform named Summit Learning, which helps students work at their own pace, I push myself to take notes and work on assessments that we haven't gone over yet. I work very ahead of the blue line and make sure to get the work done so I won't be behind and take the test at the very last minute.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg
This essay will examine the life of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and investigate his leadership characteristics and styles. Zuckerberg has a transformational leadership style. He is considered one of the most successful people in the world. His father hired a private software engineer to teach him coding and programming during his childhood. Later, He was accepted into Harvard University, but he dropped out of it to devote time to his project because he had a clear vision about what he wanted. Although he is not a natural leader, he was determined to learn and improve his leadership skills thus he hired couches to help him become better leader. His employees love him and enjoy working with him. He also created a comfortable work environment for his employees to be creative and do the best for the business. Zuckerberg uses many different management styles depending on the situation he faces. For example, he uses the autocratic style when he is taking a decision. Mark Zuckerberg manages his leadership styles to the benefit of his business.
Move! Set a screen! Pass the ball!
“Move!” “Set a screen!” “Pass the ball!” These combinations of words probably serve no meaning beyond a basketball court, yet they are so common in such a setting. I believe in the power of pick-up basketball. Not the way the game is played, necessarily, but in its ability to allow the development of relationships between different people, despite their race, gender, or age. This realization came to me two summers ago, as I was getting ready for my 8th-grade year. During this momentous time, thoughts of finishing my middle school career strong were riddled with endless lectures on the importance of high school. My refuge through all this clamor, meanwhile, was basketball.