John F. Kennedy's Strive for Success

Ask any American about who was the most influential President involved in social and political change was, and you are bound to hear the name John F. Kennedy. John F. Kennedy was a congressman and senator before being elected the 35th President of the United States of America. After his election to office he faced a myriad of international and domestic crises. President Kennedy was known for his skills at brokering deals for such achievements as the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty, the Alliance for Progress, The Immigration and Nationality Act of, The New Frontier Act, openly supporting the African civil rights Act, as well as many other social programs that helped the nation. But tragically he ...

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child is between the ages of four and five children have started to set their goal for either striving for social success or striving for personal superiority. People who strive for superiority are self-infatuated and their goal is to prove themselves superior. While people who strive for success for the community are psychologically healthy people, are selfless, and the whole picture is more important to them then the praise. .Subjective perceptions is the way a person strives for success or superiority

According to Adler's theories the motivation behind John F. Kennedy's choice to strive for success was caused by several different factors. John Kennedy was the second child and second son born to of nine children to Joseph and Rose Kennedy. Being the second born child caused him to be born with traits that are good for the President of the United States to have. Second born children are better suited for working cooperatively with others; they are highly motivated, and mildly ...

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Added: 7/12/2012 04:22:50 AM
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Category: Biographies
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