Personal Philosophy of Success

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Personal Philosophy of Success

This semester I’ve learned so much on how to become successful in my career and in life. Learning the self-assessment strategies have given me confidence in myself and made me more focused for what I want in life. The on course textbook has showed me steps on how to manage a successful life and also a personal life. The strategies I will be using will help with my self-esteem, responsibility, self-management, and learning style.

The first success strategy I plan on using all the time is accepting personal responsibility. There will be time when I need to focus on school and worry less about my free time. For example, I have a test to do on Monday and I have to study in order to get an “A” and pass the course. The weekend comes around and all I do is procrastinate my studying. The smart thing to do about this situation would be to think wise and use my self-management strategy. Free time will always be available but a test that determines your grade will not. This helps me to be a creator about things and keeping up with the self-management strategy.

Motivating myself daily and getting things done is another way to accomplish goals. What I had in mind is making a list of things to do and crossing them out as I get done with them. Seeing how many chores I crossed out will make me feel proud that I’ve finished them. I use this method daily since high school and now it will be more useful for college. The on course textbook gives an important strategy on how to get things done. They ask to make a calendar of short-term goals and long-term goals you can accomplish through the year and many more.

I believe that if I keep a good learning style in life I can be successful and positive. I can learn to be an active listener when it comes to important information. Three keys to help me be an active learner are prior learning, quality, and quantity of processing. I plan on studying many hours and asking lots of questions in...
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