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1 Taylor Christopher Justin McCobb Regan Dishon Casey Ferguson Dante Farinelli Professor Adjibolosoo ECO101 September 25, 2013 The Song Bird Group Project 1.) The primary lesson being taught in this story is to not be content with being mediocre. It is critical to explore yourself and live up to your full potential and not allow yourself to settle. You need to find out who you truly are because you may be much greater than you originally thought. 2.) It definitely is possible for someone to forget who they are. They may suffer from laziness or begin to compare themselves with others, which can cause them to live someone else’s life and restrict/limit themselves. 3.) Some possible outcomes or effects of one forgetting who they are is that they lose their ori-
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Unformatted text preview: ginality or the characteristics that make them themselves. One can also be easily influenced and taken advantage of, not to mention the possibility of hurting others. 4.) These sentences might imply in terms of business that they can not explore their potential be-cause of their inferiority. For example, the eagle could symbolize a CEO while the chickens rep-resent lower ranking employees. The lower levels look at the CEO and think that the CEO is a different breed of human and that they can never become him/her. In reality, a lower level em-2 ployee could have the exact same potential to become a CEO. If we don’t explore who we truly are, we will forever be condemned to be a chicken....
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  • Fall '13
  • SenyoAdjibolosoo
  • Economics, Thought, lower ranking employees, Song Bird Group, lower level em

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