Graduate Study Challenges and Strategies and Strategies for Personal Success
University of Phoenix
Introduction to Graduate Studies in Health Science / Nursing
Instructor: Michelle Dorin
Graduate Study Challenges and Strategies for Personal Success
Keeping your eyes on your personal goals and professional goals is key to staying focused and obtaining them in a timely fashion. Knowing your personal goals and balancing your personal life is a challenge, but there is need for balance to prevent stress. There are many ways to carry out these goals for success. This paper will discuss short term and long term goals and plans to attain them and how to overcome the challenges. Some authors referenced note ways to create habits for success to use them to help reach personal and professional goals.
Milestones will be evaluated that will mark achievements in reaching personal and professional goals. A personal short term goal is to simply complete each assignment on time and get a grade of A for each assignment submitted. Another short term goal is to make writing a paper an easy task and turn in an excellent paper every time. Personal long term goals are to attain a Master’s degree in Education by the end of next year and maintain personal time without compromising relationships or school. A great balance between the two would be the ultimate desire. According to Carter, C., Bishop, J., and Kravits, S. L. (2011), one way to make long term goals real is to put them in writing. If you see your goals written, it is like a map for success. You travel the route written in front of you and eventually arrive at the destination. Because of the recent attempt to complete graduate school, the short term goal of writing papers with ease has not come into fruition just yet. One milestone related to reaching short term goals is completing assignments in a timely manner and
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