Personal Responsibility

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Personal Responsibility
D’Jhonel L. Lewis
December 10, 2012
GEN/200 - Foundations for General Education and Professional Success Professor: Bonnie Ferguson

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* Personal Responsibility is a person that one is responsible for being overly concerned about their future. Accepting the consequences of the priories they set for themselves. This helps a person with a life time goal, short time goal, or to prepare for a future for the next generation. You must have a foundation in order to have a personal responsibility. We all grow as kids knowing what we want out of life and how we would love to change to reach success. Personal responsibility comes from what we need to do as people to get to where we want to go. A great quote from Eleanor Roosevelt said, “In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility”. So to have personal responsibilities you need priories, a plan for the future and setting examples to become successful. * Having priories and goals, and staying focus on what’s important in life are big steps in having personal responsibilities. Those responsibilities are what make it easy to plan for your future. Setting goals helps you get a step closer to achieve to success. Priories are to know what’s important to setting goals. Being organized about how you want your future to uphold. Like keeping focus on the short term goals on growing in life. Theirs step to growth. They always say, “You must crawl before you walk” and as a child you must take one step at a time to grow and become good at what you need to do next to become successful at the goal your trying to reach. Staying focus can be a hard responsibility for anyone. You have to know how to dodge the distractions around you and know that the decisions that you make are consequences you will have to answer to. Knowing that what you do in your...
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