Individual analyzed The Boy What did they do to make a difference and why did that resonate with you? The bond between the boy and the man through out the book is similar to the bond I have between me and my mother. Describe their “Adam I” tendencies The boy constantly wants to improve his father as its all he has. Describe their “Adam II” tendencies He shows sympathy towards the people that pass on the road. This shows the boys morals qualities to help calm his father. How did they exhibit the “Little Me”? The boy at first went along with things, he never asked why he was doing what he was doing. How did they exhibit the “Big Me”? After a while, the boy realized that the bond between him and his father was one that kept them motivated, to protect each other meant the world. What sin(s) did they wrestle with that helped them develop character? The constant battle between the man protecting the boy and the boy making sure people are taken care of esp his farther. Describe their “U Curve” The battle between the man and son created their U-curve.
This allowed them to realize each others strengths and weaknesses to build off each other to grow. How is that person’s “success” inspiring to you? How can you relate to their struggle? Its inspiring me to get through with my classes to be successful and to take care of myself and my family. Constantly trying to improve life is a battle that wears you down.
Evaluate how well your character adhered to Brooks’ “Humility Code.” What can you learn from them that will help you apply this lesson in your professional life? He adhered to the code averagely. I learned from this lesson that the bond between people sometimes is the only thing keeping them going and that it my seem unhealthy but with each other they can get back on their feet. How can you apply what you learned about this person to your career? Make sure you are driven to constantly improve yourself but always take the time to take care of yourself.