12-14-2011 Language Arts What I have learned out of school I have learned some things in life that I have to live with that I don’t like and some things that pay off working for. Family is the most important thing and getting along with each other. I have learned that honesty is the easiest way to get through anything and family will be there to back you up no matter the situation. The two main things I learned out of school in my life is family and honesty, the third thing I learned is about boating. Honesty is a big part of life and I have had many situations that have put me up against having to choose to tell the truth or to lie.
Success is to achieve goals, you have set. I have set certain goals I would like to achieve in my lifetime. Some of these goals are personal while others are professional. My professional goals in life are to find a good career that makes me happy, get a good education, and become wealthy enough to help my family and others. It is very important for me to receive a good education.
It can nurture support, love, and togetherness. However, when things go wrong within this unit, it can become the opposite: a source of great stress and tribulation. In my own experience and learning, students want to restore the kindness of their parents because they are not what they are without them. I am studying hard now because I want also to help my family. They motivate me that life without education is very hard since you will live on
My Decision to get a College Degree Getting a college degree is one of the smartest decisions I could have made. Going back to school for me means determination and stay focused so that I will be successful. There are things I have and will continue to change in my life, in order to continue and to do my best in my college courses. Everyone should go to college. Going to college will help you find a good career to make a better life for your family.
That is when it hit me; and decided I needed to enroll back in school. This has an event that served me as an eye-opener and motivation. I have three children and they are all going to depend on me when they need help with homework or projects. I cannot accept and think of the idea of telling them no, especially knowing that there is something that I can do to prevent this. My husband and children have had a huge influence on my decision of returning back to school.
Second, it will offer motivation to my kids. Not only will the degree provide me with a better position to take part in my children’s classrooms assignments at school, I will similarly be helpful in the life choices they will want to pursue being a role model for them. Attempting to get a college education after marriage with children may also be challenging and may require me to put off those decisions to raise a family. However, currently with the enormously fast progress in technology, attaining an education will be made considerably easy. Patty Murray noted "A good education means learning to read, write and most importantly learn how to learn so that you can be whatever you want to be when you grow up”(Vavrus, 2002).
Bettering myself to help support my family is one of my main goals as well. My family was there to support my decision, so I have to make them proud. Attending college and majoring in business management will help me to gain accurate knowledge and skills to become a business manager or business owner. The participants in this event are my family. The information about these participants will help me to share college experience because these family members are very close to me such as: my husband, mother, and sister.
It seems like most teens want to move out because they are tired of being told what to do, or feel like they are old enough to make their own decisions. They often feel like taking the step forward into independent life will be easy, but without understanding all the life skills it takes to succeed in the real world, it really is not that easy. It takes courage, stress, time management, financial responsibilities, self-dependency, and respect to grow up and be successful in college. First, growing up takes courage. Students start to have their own bills, bigger responsibilities, and own decisions.
You get an idea of time management because of the consequences you face for being tardy to class and knowing that being late several times could be considered an absence and affect your final grade. And even though college is difficult to do on its own, some people choose to work while attending school. Working while in college usually means more responsibility but also more means of supporting yourself and making yourself happy. While working a full time job you get to learn and experience different aspects of life, whether it be on your commute, at work or your social life, however, it can limit you in other areas. Having a part time job gives you more freedom but also limits your income, and therefore, limiting your standard of living and may even end up affecting your quality of life.
Willpower, determination, and dedication are needed to ultimately reach these goals. This paper will focus on the challenges and strategies one will face in graduate studies. Getting an advance degree is a necessity. The decision to go back or just to continue working to support myself and my family was a struggle. Knowing what it will do to me financially and emotionally was scary and discouraging.