Personal Responsibility Leads To Success
Personal responsibility to me means a person is capable of being accountable for his or her actions, family, college education, and career goals. To achieve the desired success in life it is the person responsibility. If one does not take responsibility for himself or herself, he or she will never be successful in anything he or she plans to achieve. To possess the following qualities: One must be self-discipline, practice on improving his or her time management and scheduling skills, and learn how to create a stress less environment. Doing these things, he/she can see how his or her personal responsibilities can lead to his or her success in college, family, and his or her professional career. Self-discipline is a way to train oneself to have self-control. It is something that does not come easy to many for dieting to shopping. In every aspect of life, there need to be a moderate to high level of self-discipline. To become self-discipline, one should begin with developing a success plan. The plan should consist of the desired goals one want to accomplish within his or her life. These goals can be short-term goals as well as long-term goals. It is also idea if the short term goals can be turned into long term goals. For instance, if someone wants to become a teacher (long term goal), his or her short-term goal is completing college. When developing ones plan, he or she should write everything down and draw a diagram. As one is doing this task, he or she should remember this is a responsibility he or she to gain personal success. Start out with that in mind. The steps to use to create ones success plan includes the following: 1.
On a blank sheet of paper, write down any short term goals on the left side. 2.
On the right side of the sheet of paper, write down realistic ways to accomplish these goals. 3.
Draw lines or boxes on how he or she plans to achieve these goals. 4.
One may decide to start with his or her short term goals because it is easier to see his or her achieving them now than achieving his or her long-term goals. 5.
Once one has accomplished his or her short term goals, their long term goals look more tangible, able to be reach. 6.
On another blank sheet of paper, write down any long term goals in the same manner as the short term goals were written. 7.
The results from doing this, it will help on visualize his or her goals more clearly and help him or her know the path, which he or she needs to follow.
This can help anyone in college, at home, and at work with completing tasks. Next one needs to have to develop a good time management skills. According to Aubin (2013) “People with good time management skills are more likely to be successful in their lives” (Aubin, 2013) Once on has made his or her success plan; it is time to break it down into a week-to-week or month-to-month schedule. There are many ways to create a time management schedule, such as using a to-do-list, calendar, or a day planner. If one wants to make a week-to-week schedule, he or she would want to consider including house chores, children activities, doctor appointments, teacher and parent meetings, work, and college assignment(s). There are always unexpected events making time for unexpected events and most importantly for oneself; that doesn’t include catering to all of the other listed items. Include every day activity and the time of the activities. This will let anyone see what he or she has going on in their everyday life. By doing this, one will see what changes he or she needs to make; for example, one may notice that an appointments may need to be reschedule because there are time conflicts among a couple of them.
Attending college with a family and working, find themselves struggling to meet their courses deadlines because of family and work obligations that would come up unexpectedly. Resulting, they had many problems managing their time wisely. To help manage ones time, create a time...
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