Personal Responsibility and College Success 2 - Copy

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Personal responsibility is something that an individual should have when it comes to their actions, either, good or bad. Although we are not responsible for everything that happens to us, it is how we act after the situation happens that we are responsible for. Personal responsibility is an obligation or duty to take care of oneself, it has a relationship between college success, and there is a preliminary plan to practice that will help me with my education. First, personal responsibility is an obligation or duty of being able to take care of oneself in terms of health, financial management, and time management. It’s admitting to people that we are taking responsibility for the choices we make. By taking personal responsibility, we are mature enough to say we are responsible instead of blaming our actions on someone or something else. Although some things are out of our hands when it comes to responsibility, we cannot be responsible for poverty or not being able to get a job, we can only try to figure out a way to get out of the situations we are in. Second, a preliminary plan to practice personal responsibility in my education is to make sure that I am healthy. Being a disabled veteran, I have many health issues, but it’s my
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2012 for the course CGS 3269 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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