SMART Goals and Self-Leadership Goals
In terms of my personal goals, the most prominent is to be consistently resilient in the way I structure my time. My current skill level in this area is framed around "capable but cautious" and this limits me somewhat from truly mastering resiliency. When I develop more confidence and faith in myself, I will grow more successful in implementing a more effective use of time. My friends’ who help me to care for my six year old son, are by far the most instrumental in helping me to be more successful with time sensitive endeavors. I will secure their help by offering them praise and showing my appreciation as often as I am able. By effectively supporting others, I am more likely to find it easier to delegate responsibility when I need help.
In terms of my educational goals and my current skill level, I have yet to fully comprehend my skill level as a student. I know I am very capable of growing into a self reliant achiever. I can see my limitations clearly and seek to hone in on my strengths as often as I can while maintaining an awareness of the progress that needs to be made in my scholastic achievements. An educational goal I have is to complete my Master's degree before I am 40 years of age. I will have to infuse my very being with the attitude of an enthusiastic beginner and in so doing transform myself into the self reliant achiever that I truly am. My guidance counselors will help me most of all to believe in myself and to follow through. I can maintain regular communications as a means to further my growth as a student. This will insure that I am able to thrive while in school.
Professionally, I sense that I am growing into a self reliant achiever. One setback I must overcome relates to my past conditioning that I learned as a child. The more I seek colleagues with confidence and enthusiasm, the more I will excel at being the achiever that I truly am. Maintaining a positive attitude and by giving myself and...
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