In today’s world, many would argue that personally responsible people are a dying breed. Personal responsibility is being accountable for one’s self and is the overall complexion of what makes a person unique and ethical. If someone is personally responsible, they will most likely have success in many aspects of their life including education; which can be very challenging in our demanding world. Even though it can be very exhausting, fulfilling your personal responsibilities will define you as an ethical person and guarantee college success if you have the right plan.
Personal responsibilities will define you as an ethical person. An ethical person is someone who lives by honesty, fairness, and equity. When you are fulfilling your personal responsibilities, you will always do the right thing. It will be portrayed in your ...view middle of the document...
Another term for it when it is applied to education is ‘Student Responsibility’. According to Murell (1993), this is the key to all development and learning. Studies can show that college outcomes are usually tied in with the effort that a student put into their work and degree. It’s very important that
When you are personally responsible, you’ll receive internal awards for your accomplishments and have a sense of value for achieving something. You will also have self-direction in your learning and can guide you to your ultimate goal. Last but not least, you’ll feel purpose in all of your actions. Many people live life aimlessly and aren’t working towards a specific goal. When you’re personally responsible, every action will be on track to a certain achievement that you have in mind. It can be a good grade, a future job, or just a great feeling for an accomplishment.
It can be very exhausting at times, so you have to make sure there is the right plan. When you have the right plan, everything will be organized. You can expect what is going to happen next, so you’re not guessing the outcomes. This will reduce stress and help you with a clear mind. Having a plan will help you in the long run, but as long as you keep in mind that nothing worth it will come easy.
Even though it can be very exhausting, fulfilling your personal responsibilities will define you as an ethical person and guarantee college success if you have the right plan.
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