When I was younger my mother would always tell me to be a responsible adult. I really
did not understand her until I got older. One day my mother and I got into an argument and never really got along after that. So I moved out and moved in with my cousin. I was only 12 years old. I needed to learn how to be a responsible adult. I had no one to take care of me and I was on my own. So I had to learn how to grow up a lot quicker than other kids my age. When I got older I needed to figure out what I wanted to do after high school. So I joined the Marines. The Marines taught me ...view middle of the document...
When we are a teenager we care
about friends and getting to do whatever we want. When we are adults we care about thoughts
There are many different learning styles, but there are two main rules to follow; identify problems, and focus on solutions. Identifying problems means finding things that set you back in the past and work on them so they do not arise in the future. I have always heard people say they cannot learn when they are stressed out. Chang believes, “that perceived stress partially accounts for variations in depressive symptoms and life satisfaction scores in college students” (as quoted in Krypel & King, 2009, p.3) Students with high levels of perceived stress may be less likely to see their undergraduate years as an opportunity for positive goal attainment, and more likely to see it in negative terms (Krypel, King, 2009). However, learning how to cope with your stress will determine how quickly you will be able to obtain your goals. In return being successful in college.
Persistency and Goals
I found that you should be persistent when tying to reach goals. How can you ever obtain a goal
if your not ever trying to reach it. According to Remarkableleadership.wordpress.com, “Goal
setting is one thing we all recognize is important, both personally and professionally
even though the vast majority of people don’t set any” (remarkableleadership.wordpress.com
2008). “Setting goals is one thing, achieving them is something else”