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Counseling 150 Final Student SuccessReflection PaperBy Nicole KratochvilSTEP 1: DEVELOP A PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY OFSUCCESSA.The Personal Philosophy of Success StatementDevelop a personal philosophy of success statement about what you believesuccess means to you. Focus only on inner success (not outer success) ...Aphilosophy is a set of ideas about how to live or do something.Your personal philosophy of success will need to reflect concepts and ideaslearned from Counseling 150.Your statement may be presented in a minimum of one 10-12 Sentences.Doing what you like doing every day is the definition of success. As easy as it may seem,the capacity to adjust your work to fit your passion is a genuine measure of success.Individuals' passions and interests are not influenced by their riches, rank, or socialstanding. Success is, in my opinion, something that everyone, but particularly collegestudents, aspire to in life. Being proud of yourself when you reflect back on what you'vedone in your life is my philosophy of student success. In today's world, a collegedegree is a need. In addition to boosting one's future earnings, a college degree mayprovide one a sense of accomplishment and self-worth that most people neverachieve. So many doors may be opened in the workplace if you have a goodeducation. Despite the fact that education has a significant impact on one's careerprospects and future, money is not the most essential consideration. Self-esteem andhaving something to be proud of are the most essential factors in this decision.

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