105capstone - #1 You are at your graduation dinner Your...

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#1 You are at your graduation dinner. Your best friend or favorite relative stands up and talks about your five most significant strengths that contributed to your successful graduation from college. What do you think they are? My college graduation by no means came easy. I have experienced my own set of challenges throughout college. I also have many strengths that made my success feasible. My best friend would tell the top five most significant were being able to balance and prioritize my schedule and time, setting short term and long term goals, taking advantage of resources provided to me, and learning purpose, tone, and content through my writing and communications. Finding a balance in my schedule has allowed me to live in a happy medium. I have always stood firm in the idea of keeping up with your personal life. Finding the time to spend with my kids and family was not always easy, but my success could not be possible without them. On the other side, setting aside time for myself is a necessity. Keeping up with my responsibilities is the number one reason I made it to my graduation. Another large factor in my success would be learning to prioritize my time.
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course GEN 105 AAAA0RWSC4 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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