Posted: March 9th, 2022
Answer the prompt: Inspired by the Derek Sivers TED Talk on “How to Start a Movement,” (YouTube) describe a time when you were a first follower who turned a “lone nut” into a leader.
You may used this as part of the story and you may change it but basically this base since it’s personal ( a was the first follower of my friend , we used to dance flamenco and loved it and then she had a great idea an views of choreography. I followed her am we won many dance competitions and she even create her own dance company back in my country Cuba)
Terms need definitions. Those can come in sentence form in content, or it makes it even more clear when you throw it into a parenthesis after the term. This would not be the practice in true office writing, but in our context it shows that you can define the term in a clean way. Make the term bold and use class content
When selecting course content to include (terms and theories), it is MUCH more persuasive when you lean into concepts that we covered well in class. Throwing in terms from the slides that we glossed over is fine, but it doesn’t show much appreciation for the things I really leaned into during lecture.
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