In my future I know that I’m going to go through something’s of that sort, but the difference with me is, I’m going to keep going, and going till I accomplish it. I plan on putting myself up to the challenge, because once you finish that big goal, things are going to start flying your way. Such as jobs, being an adult and living life without the
Keeping each week’s tasks and goals in mind probably improves my chances in being successful in life. Self-Assurance I rely on my drives to decide how to react appropriately to a situation, or an individual, or a crowd. Driven by my talents, I personally feel content too steady improvements I make as an individual throughout life. I have confidence in my talents and knowledge. Infrequently I trust myself enough to test my own endurance and swiftness.
My fears for the course are that I discover some things about myself that I may not like but I suppose it is all about self discovery as well. I hope that the course will help me to further myself in my life and also me personally. I hope to achieve a new more confident me, that doesn’t shy away from confrontation and is able to speak my mind in a clear and concise manner.
Yes, I have had many obstacles that crossed my path but I want him to see that I didn’t just settle for less and that I am in charge of being able to accomplish my dreams and goals. I know that school will be difficult at times, but I am willing to put up with that constant struggle so I can have the feeling a self accomplishment when I am
It will give me a clearing understanding on how to address certain issues. I will learn also gain more knowledge and understanding about different cultures. I live pay check to pay check and I want more for my family as well as myself. By returning to school, I am able to show my younger brothers that it is never too late to go after your dreams. The only thing stopping you is yourself.
We were all taught that if we strive for what we seek, we eventually will succeed. The JROTC program showed me leadership, better communication skills, and being loyal and patriotic. Though it was a scary experience in the beginning, I eventually met my expectations. It also showed me that we sometimes think negatively about some things because we may not know where it might lead us. The quote, “Don’t let the fear of striking out, keep you from playing the game,” is what spurred me to continue in this program without fearing anything, until I was able to achieve success.
Also, many of my own friends are leaving, and many new students are coming in. It will be a lot to handle, but I think I can handle it. I am going to have to try to remain the same guy I was before, and not entirely ignore my old friends and try to make new ones, like many others will be doing. I’m going to also have to try to not get too caught up in transitioning, and remember to think about God and ask Him for guidance in tough situations. In all, I really did enjoy this year, and I will try to be the same and do my best
There always comes a point where my system has decayed to the point of chaos and it becomes impossible for me to get things done. I must develop a strategy for organizing myself in a lasting way. This will make staying on track and up to date in my personal life and at work much easier. 1. I will start by making a list of all the things that need to be reorganized in my life whenever I feel structure is beginning to come undone.