Steve Kindred stated, “People who step forward at great risk awaken us to the hidden intelligence and courage that we pass every day on the street.”
Key excerpts from Denzell Washington’s Life Advice are: “Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship. Without commitment, you’ll never start…without consistency you’ll never finish.” “Dreams without goals are just dreams…don’t confuse movement with progress…you must apply discipline and consistency…hard work works…It’s what you do with what you have…don’t just aspire to make a living, aspire to make a difference.”
After looking at the short video of Denzell Washington’s Life Advice, and after reading the Handout for this week, “A Sociocultural Perspective on Work-Based Learning…,”present a minimum 200 word discussionon how you think Kindred’s statement in conjunction with Denzell Washington’s advice relate to your venture of gaining academic credit through Prior learning assessment?
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