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Washington’s outlook bears some comparison to Nietzche, who wrote that the power of a will may be evaluated by what the owner of that will endures, and if it can be strengthened by what is endured. I think though while Nietzche may be correct, Washington is incorrect, as Nietzche focuses on the power of a…

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Washington’s comment about measuring success in terms of overcoming obstacles rather than by the final position one achieves is commendable, to an extent. It reflects a view of success which is holistic, incorporating an individual’s character and circumstances into the evaluation, rather than merely the end results. In contrast to a view which might be…

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Washington’s assertion is a product of its time, the American Gilded Age, when the self-made man was the figure most worthy of emulation. Children learned that in the stories of Horatio Alger; adults saw it personified in figures such as Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell and the Wright brothers. Is a struggle toward…

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Ultimate success is often called genius. People recognize genius, but seldom are able to define it. One supposes that people of genius have natural talent, or at least natural talent for some task. Recent work, however, suggests that at least many who excel got there primarily through hard work. One example is Mozart. He was…

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uhm,like, life is hard. deal. the end Show the score given by the expert grader This essay scored 0. Did you write this essay? Share it with others with this offical Blogger SAT Challenge badge. Feel free to post it anywhere you have password access: Rate another random entry

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Two people attain the same degree, hold the same job, have the happiness in their personal life. One of them is clinically depressed, or born to illiterate parents, or a member of a discriminated-against minority. The other is not. Booker T. Washington would call the first person more successful, despite the objective measures of success…

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To base success on either struggle or accomplishment is misguided. Success is uniquely defined by each of us, and it is impossible to base that definition on short term goals rather than values. Both struggle and accomplishment are fleeting; success, on the other hand, is the ability to reach satisfaction when floating somewhere between the…

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This position is one of the widely held cliche that permeate the modern world, cliches that receive wide lip service but are in fact, bunk. Most importantly this view ignores the fact most people struggle without any success at all. According to this axiom these people should be the pinnacle of humanity all. Yet this…

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This is definitely true. What you’ve accomlished is nothing compared to how friggin hard it is to get sh*t done. Just trying is good enough for me. Show the score given by the expert grader This essay scored 1. Did you write this essay? Share it with others with this offical Blogger SAT Challenge badge.…

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There is no room for debate in the notion that struggle is a more valid measure of success than accomplishment. The most obvious contemporary example is that of President George W. Bush, who has achieved the highest elective office in the history of the world almost entirely on account of his position of privilege. Bush’s…