Further you are invited to select and define questions about presumptions and assumptions, and the effects of speculation and even so-called Nimby – not in my backyard assumptions on highly questionable and contentious issues about which people want to share openly very strong and mostly divergent feelings and thoughts in a debate at issue . Everything can be made controversial, but not all potential persuasive speech topics are adequate for high school homework assignments. Do select carefully and keep rule number one and rule number two always in mind.
I’m a driver. Not in the sense that I want to boss everyone around and everything has to be done my way. I just enjoy giving advice and helping others, and I don’t thrive or feel happy unless I’m working toward some kind of goal. I can’t stand the same thing every day and every waking moment I’m thinking about the future and how I can make my life better. I chose a degree path that I enjoyed, video production, because it fit my leadership skills to direct projects like this. People always say I’m fun to work with and I make sure things get done, and I’m a lifesaver when things go wrong in a project. When people don’t have any ideas, I take charge and come up with something everyone will enjoy, and I make a plan. When people do have ideas, I find a way to implement them into a project that will best show off their idea. However, most video production graduates like me don’t start out in leadership roles. They’re lucky to get a job as a grip or setting up lights. I learned from my first job out of college, which was not in my field, that I felt like I was much smarter than my boss and that I could make more intelligent and efficient decisions to benefit the company. I got angry watching coworkers use printers from the 1970’s for important tasks while my boss took home more pay than the business could afford to pay him. I knew I could do things better. When I found out I was a driver personality I decided to go back to school for human resource management. I’m happiest when I’m making decisions and helping other people advance in their careers. It’s perfect for me. 🙂