Reflection and Reflective Practice

This report is a reflective essay of a critical incident analysis (CIA) which is authored by a second-year student of the Operating Department Practitioner (sODP). The paper analyses a multidimensional and multifaceted critical incident using the Gibbs Reflective cycle (1998), which focusses on communication, multidisciplinary team working and the holistic care of the patient. In … Read more

Overcoming the Fear of Failure

It’s not necessary that every time you try something new will definitely gives you success. By something we mean new in business or in life. One bad thing in a day or in a life doesn’t define your rest of the day or rest of your life. Change in any direction is an irreversible process. … Read more

What Is Excellence To Me

Personal Reflection on Excellence When this class began my personal definition of excellence would have either been success, morality or a combination of the two, throughout the course of this semester that has changed. I now believe excellence to be what I think Aristotle believed it to be, which is happiness. This happiness however is … Read more

The concept of Knowledge Management

Knowledge is a concept of realizing and understanding the patterns and implications of existing data and information (Filemon & Uriarte, 2008). In general, there are two types of knowledge: tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge. Tacit knowledge is a knowledge that resides in the human brain and is difficult to articulate in words, text, and drawings … Read more

The importance of establishing incontrovertible facts is overestimated

In the process of knowledge acquisition, knowers often follow an overall framework that can be used to obtain incontrovertible facts. While it may seem that ambiguity in knowledge is undesirable, it is certainly ubiquitous. This begs the questions: why does ambiguity arise and, ultimately, how does it affect the quality of knowledge? Incontrovertible facts refer … Read more

Zipcar: Benefits That the Company Can Offer

“Robin Chase, Zipcar, and an Inconvenient Discovery” In the article, “Robin Chase, Zipcar, and an Inconvenient Discovery,” Deborah Ancona and Cate Reavis give the account of the formation of Zipcar, a car-sharing company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Boston. The article is a case study of how the company was formed and the challenges it … Read more

Defense Mechanism Used in Animals

Concoction fighting alludes to utilization of synthetic substance as a weapon for barrier reason. A few predators utilize concoction fighting to assault their prey. For instance, creepy crawlies and toxic snakes utilize venom to deaden their prey and to dissuade their predators.Some prey species dishearten predators with synthetic substances that are noxious (oleander plants)and aggravating … Read more

Winter Driving Tips

Follow these tips to help make your commute safe and uneventful. Jack Frost has visited the Flint area several times recently. Those of us in Michigan are used to sunshine one day and a foot of snow the next. But that doesn’t mean we look forward to driving in it. As you hit the road … Read more

What Is Cultural Shock?

According to the article written by Winkelman (1994), cultural shock is an all-round experience resulted by various factors in which in contact with other culture. The reactions of culture shock may lead to psychological or physical disorder if it obstructs our performance. Having the awareness of cultural shock and implementing the strategies to overcome that … Read more

Identities and Relationships

Investigating helped me in trying to find the deeper and clear reason of why I wanted to focus on this topic “Sound Healing”. The reason I chose this topic was because I have realised that today’s youth is not really taking care of their emotional and psychological well-being. As a teenager myself I have experienced … Read more

Letter To Aunt Bessie

November 1906 Chicago Dear Aunt Bessie, We are living in a time of growth, and when politicians create laws to help our society. There have been many protests, amendments, Political Machines, and Reform, and muckrackers to expose what is wrong in our country. There are many movements going on. I believe Child Labor, Living Conditions, … Read more

Kate Chopin’s Description of the Topic of Liberty in Women and Marriage as Depicted in Her Narratives, The Storm and the Story of an Hour

Susan B Anthony once said “Independence is Happiness,” but independence has not always been easily accessible to all genders. Chopin’s stories with strong female roles, “The Storm” and “The Story of an Hour”, express themes of female independence and marriage; they are used to convey that despite that strengths of relationships are assumed by society, … Read more

How To Overcome Difficulties

Over the years, people encounter many difficulties in their day-to-day activities. Whether it be big or small, we should strive to overcome those difficulties. In my previous English class, it was required to write an essay based on a passage and prompt provided by the state department. The materials provided could be of any genre … Read more

Statement of the Problem

There are a lot of attitudes that have been brought about through the centuries about death, and the dying. Death is a natural process, and many still fear it. People can fill many roles while caring for the patient, while they are dying, and the dying goes through many stages before the event occurs. There … Read more

The care about animal welfare

This topic is to create awareness among the people about the care, management and nutrition of pets as well as stray animals (street animals). I believe that animals have feelings like humans too so, caring about animal welfare is kindhearted thing to do. Animals are planets most vulnerable inhabitants so, they deserve our strongest support … Read more

The profession of a lawyer

The profession of a lawyer in many people is associated with success, stability and solid earnings. Therefore, it is much more difficult to enter a law school than to other faculties. But the presence of a diploma does not mean that the career will be successful. As in any field, jurisprudence has its own rules … Read more

Significant Life Event

Introduction Life is at its best unpredictable; characterized by many highs and lows. Nevertheless, each of the events whether a low or high leave us with more experience and better informed. While every event in life is of the significant learning experience, some touching incidents completely change our beliefs, faith and sometimes our personalities. Like … Read more

The best travel experience of my life – Burma

Some moments you experience while travelling end up completely blowing you away, in ways you’d never have expected. They stay with you forever, and years later you still smile at the fond memories. For Vanessa Chiasson, a traveller who has ventured around the world and writes at, a sunrise hot air balloon ride over … Read more

Role Of Sororities and Fraternities In College Life

Fraternities and Sororities Should Not Be Banned From College Campuses Brotherhood and sisterhood. Those two words have such a significant meaning. There is a difference between friendship and brotherhood or sisterhood. They create a bond that is completely different from others. If one needs help, advice, someone to lean on, they will always know either … Read more

Loss and Grief

The loss of a loved one will always be a painful personal journey, and coping experience that no one is ready for or can prepare for till it happens. The after effect or grief is always personal for everyone that loses a loved one. “The Courage That My Mother Had” by Edna St. Vincent Millay, … Read more

What is the “Dunning-Kruger”-effect

“Modernity has long been obsessed with, perhaps even defined by, its epistemic insecurity, it’s grasping toward big truths that ultimately disappoint as our world grows only less knowable. New knowledge and new ways of understanding simultaneously produce new forms of no knowledge, new uncertainties, and mysteries. The scientific method, based on deduction and falsifiability, is … Read more

Achieving Human Potential Through Self-actualization

Why is it so troublesome for individuals to acknowledge who they truly are? In a word, weight. There’s so much weight, particularly in the present hyper-aggressive and hyper-educated society, for individuals to be something they’re definitely not. You get it from guardians, from companions, from life partners, from TV, from the Internet, from magazines, from … Read more

Tacit & Explicit Knowledge

Tacit knowledge: this is the understanding made up as a be counted variable of the outing and individual context. It’s no longer composed down and is difficult to explain. Tacit records (knowing-how): it is the understanding inserted in the human persona via journey and employment. It is a subjective, psychological, individual, setting delicate/particular and gradually … Read more

Personal and Professional Development

The first step in the development plan is to conduct a self-analysis such as SWOT and then identify the priority areas that junior managers need to become senior managers in the same organization. After completing this section, appropriate development strategies can be identified and planned based on areas of improvement. When planning, you must also … Read more

Benefits of raising the driving age

Raise the Driving Age It has been a common thing for teenagers to learn how to drive at 15, and get their license at 16. Teenagers feel very happy when they learn how to drive, but don’t always know the responsibilities of being a good driver. They cause so many accidents which cause so many … Read more


The Master of Professional Accounting (MPA) from King’s Own Institute is best for students like me who have bachelor of Business administration. It equips students with the necessary knowledge and skills in accounting and related fields by delivering education in core areas of accounting. My selection to undertake this course has many justifications. An accountant … Read more