Victor Ellerbee @victor-ellerbee ?

active 5 years ago
  • 251. What does leadership mean to you? It means taking charge of my life and guiding myself to a successful career. 252. In what ways have your past decisions prepared you for leadership? Everything I’ve done in my has prepared me for what is to come. 253. Where does leadership begin? With me. 254. In what ways can an [...]

  • 8-19-12 Good Morning, A few more things about me I forgot to mention, such as I love to read and I am in tuned to the worldly events such as the Syria situation, Greece and their financial situation and a few other things. I am knowledgeable of the in regards of the political world and [...]

  • 223. How
  would you gauge your level of financial literacy today? Very good. 224. To what 
extent would you suppose that financial literacy relates to your probability 
for success upon release? To a large
 extent,  without it your probability for 
success is minimized. 225. What 
opportunities exist for prisoners to improve their financial…[Read more]

  • 200. What relationship do you have to others in the world? Minimal only with my mother, brother and sister. 201. To what extent do the decisions we make have an influence on the lives of others? On a large extent because everything I do has an effect on myself and on my family. 202. In what ways does [...]

  • 174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? Only my mother do I have any positive thoughts for, everyone else I have nothing but negative and vile thoughts for. 175. In what ways have you nurtured support networks during the time you’ve [...]

  • 151. Describe situations you can recall when inadequate communication skills led to decreased opportunities in your life. When I was a young man, 18 years old and trying to apply for a job and not looking the part. 152. Describe situations where stronger communication skills may have enhanced your prospects for success. When I was a part of a…[Read more]

  • August 18, 2012 Well my day start off at breakfast and that is around 6:30 am, I am the clerk in food service. Immediately after lunch I am in culinary arts class from 1 to 3pm everyday. On Tuesday nights I teach economics 101 and on Thursday nights I am in Spanish class and on [...]

  • 126. When you assess your environment, what opportunities for self-improvement can you create or seize? I try to assess my situation every day. My immediate environment changes when the mood of the people changes.  I take the time to continue focusing on my situation and I make sure that I am still in my lane and [...]

  • 105. How would you define your life management skills? Structured and purposeful 106. What types of decisions influence how you will emerge from prison? Positive outlook on life, always brings about positive decision making which leads to positive results. 107. In what ways does your daily schedule determine your potential for success upon…[Read more]

  • 97. Describe your thoughts on whether accountability logs would help, hinder, or provide indifferent to your opportunities for success upon release. it can only help, it allows people to see that you are willing to change and that you have embraced being self discipline 98. In what ways will probation officers respond to efforts you’ve made at [...]

  • 64. What values might lead a person to success upon release from prison?: staying focus and driven and most importantly keep a positive outlook on life no matter what 65. How does a person ever become his values?: by committing yourself to it becoming what you think 66. How does a person strengthen his integrity?: through practice 67. What [...]

  • 16. Who are you? I am an entrepreneur, brother , son, an intellectual, a friend. 17. Describe your background with regard to your education, vocation or career, troubles with the law. I graduated from Fayetteville Tech with an associate in Business and  I started on my bachelors of science in psychology, I have been in and out [...]


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