September, 04, 2013
What did I do to achieve my goal?
The life without an aim is the considered to be the life without any direction. Goal setting helps you to end up where you want to be in the future. Everyone should have goals when they are striving to achieve a specific task. A good example of when goals are important to have is when people attend college. Therefore, I developed personal goals that I considered important in achieving during my time in my English class. I seemed to ask myself, what do I really want from this class? What am I striving for? First of All, what I exactly wanted was to pass my English course with an A. Besides wanting a good grade as result of my effort and dedication, I wanted to learn how to get involved in my reading, writing and learning. For some reason all of my English classes seemed to always be hours and hours long when in reality it was only one hour long. The fact that I didn't enjoy writing and reading would make the course so much harder and boring. My goal for this past English class was to get involved in the class and find the way to like what I did and enjoy the time and learning while being in there. Effort and commitment were definitely necessary to achieve my goal. It was not easy to stay concentrated and understand everything right away; I had to try different methods. Learning doesn't stop at the classroom's door. Consistence and dedication were even harder due to my work and personal schedule. I didn't want to dedicate my little spare time to a subject I quite didn't like and enjoy. I always kept on thinking and pushing myself to actually do my homework. It all requires time and patience. Step by step, Little by little I started finding the good side, the “good taste” of reading and writing. Participating in class and giving a Little more of me into the class...
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