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Overcoming Diversity
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What is Diversity? Diversity is the state or fact of being diverse, or different from one another in race, physical ability, culture, looks, gender, age, politics, etc… Having an obstacle that needs to be overcome.
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Who has a Diversity? Everyone has a Diversity. Just some diversities are at a bigger scale then others. Some are never even considered diverse such as your height.
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Types of Diversity Large Diversities (Most considered a diversity) Hearing Impairment Blindness Physical Challenged (legs, arms, etc…) Religion Race and Ethnicity Small Diversities (Least considered a diversity) Height Weight Hair Color Job Physical Traits (Hereditary genes such as eye color) Political Beliefs
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Unformatted text preview: Anyone Can Overcome Diversity The concept of diversity encompasses acceptance and respect. Anyone can acquire acceptance and respect. How Do I Overcome Diversity Diversity can be overcome in 5 Steps. 1. Understand that each individual is unique. 2. Recognize their individual differences. 3. Utilize or segregate the individual diversities. 4. Gather the ones that will be best towards reaching your goals. 5. Use the positive ones that will allow you to reach your goals. The Diversified Conclusion It all comes down to understanding each other and moving beyond simple tolerance to embracing and even celebrating the rich dimensions of diversity contained within each individual....
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