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Assignment 2 Template: Reflecting on Your Skills, Goals, and Accomplishments PART 1: ABOUT ME Answer the following questions to capture how you see yourself, in terms of values, aspirations, key qualities, goals, strengths, and areas of growth: 1) (DREAM IT, BELIEVE IT, ACHIEVE IT) Written by Doreen McGonigle.[ CITATION Dor \l 1033 ] 2) Some of my personal goals are to move forward with my life, start over for the better, leave the past in the past, and let go of everything or anything that can are will hold me back from getting what I deserve and become a positive role model for my kids. Academically, I inspire to continue my education by finishing my bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice then pursue my master’s degree in psychology and maintain my current GPA of a 4.0. Professionally, I envision myself starting a career that I love and am passionate about, while becoming financially stable so my kids and I will not have to worry about money and just be able to enjoy our lives. 3) Some of my strengths are my perseverance if I want it, I go get it despite any difficulties, failures, or oppositions, my open-mindedness I’m always receptive to a wide variety of ideas, arguments, and information. It is easy for me to step outside my comfort zone and consider other perspectives and ideas. Lastly my agility I can easily embrace change and effectively adapt when things around me are constantly in motion. 4) Some areas where I would like to grow and improve in would be to work on my willingness to be patient and try not to procrastinate as much. I need to work on not getting angry when I must wait in line or having to sit in the doctor’s office for hours before getting seen. Its not worth getting angry and running my blood pressure up that will not change anything only make matters worse. I also need to do what I say I am going to do, make it happen instead of procrastinating.
PART 2: ACCOMPLISHMENT STATEMENTS Accomplishments do not have to be as large as climbing the top of Mount Everest or starting your own company. We accomplish many things in our lives every day that have meaning. For example, perhaps you organized volunteers for your school’s food drive, or made an extremely profitable sale. Or, if you are more advanced in your career, perhaps you have received a promotion or special recognition.

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