Shawn Piper/ Class 3: Accountability

by Shawn-Piper

97. Describe your thoughts on whether accountability logs would help, hinder, or provide indifferent to your opportunities for success upon release.

I think it would help due to the fact you can have those who would like to give you a chance, look at what you have done. Also, it’s something for you to reflect on, to show that you’re reliable. It says when you set out to do something, you will get the job done.

98. In what ways will probation officers respond to efforts you’ve made at documenting your values, goals, and commitment to preparing for a law-abiding life upon release?

It shows organization and gives them a better look at the person you are, besides what the system and authorities have presented them. Also, they can call you on your BS.

99. Elaborate on ways that full transparency with regard to your prison adjustment through accountability logs can influence potential employers or support networks.

It let’s them see what you have to offer. The type of person you have become, the changes you have made and done to better yourself. They can call you on your BS, and see that what you’ve written is really how you live.

100. Describe the role accountability logs played in their success:


101. How do universities evaluate which students to admit?

By their prior grades, attitudes, will be a worthwhile admittance.

102. What information do creditors consider when deliberating on whether to extend loans?

Your assets, your credits and your risk factors.

103. What governs investment decisions that people make?

Risk, overall price and return, investment time, and yield. Price over earnings.

104. How do your responses to the above questions support or refute the value of accountability logs?

I have had poor grades in the past. When I have fully applied myself and excelled and even shocked teachers and students with my performance. I’ve got lots for time to invest in becoming a great person. It would be beneficial to others and myself for me to have the opportunity to take the courses I’m seeking. The return on your investment in me would be well worth it, as I plan helping anyone that seeks a better way of living life. Which would be physically, mentally, physically and financially. My attitude and will to exceed is outstanding and great. I want to be a drug counselor, owner of a gym with my wife and brother-in-law as a dietician with the qualifications of pastor or minister, depending on how far I go in the ministry school here. There’s very little risk because I plan on making aspirations I have come to fruition through hard work and the help of the men that I have met and through any support I can get from the outside.

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