Unv Module 2 Journal Entry

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UNV 103: Module 2 Journal Entry Form
Goal Statement
To reflect on what you have read or studied so far in a course is an essential part of understanding. This journal entry form will provide a place for you to take some time and reflect on the prompt below: A successful GCU student should know how to set long-term and short-term goals to stay motivated. In 250-300 words, create a goal statement: List your personal, academic, and career goals.

Explain why a college degree is important to you. How can GCU help you achieve your personal, academic, and career goals? How can you ask for feedback about your habits from those around you to assist you in staying on track to meet your goals? Reflect on the purpose of higher education. Describe any concerns or difficulties you had during this module. Please use GCU style formatting as outlined below to complete your journal.

Times New Roman Font – 12 Font Size – Double Space – Indent Paragraph – Align Text Left Name: Melissa Scroggins
Course: UNV 103
Date: 8-11-12
Instructor: Lisa Terva
Module 2 Journal Entry

What are my short-term and long-term goals? As I have grown in age they tend to change and become more developed and mature. A personal long-term goal of mine is to live a healthy life. It sounds simple but can be a little challenging at times. A personal short-term goal for me is to be a little more organized. I think I say short-term because eventually I don’t want it as a goal but part of my routine in life. I also feel like planning is a big one on my long-term goals. A big short-term is being spontaneous not all the time but being ready at times when things are just thrown your way and handle it like it was planned.

My academic long-term goal is to not stop educating myself once I receive my degree but to continue to educate myself on my trade rather it be thru workshops, people around me, or even the students I teach. My short-term academic goal is to go hard or go home. What I mean...
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