Journal 1 - a minor setback last semester I know what I need to do to accomplish my goals by realizing what I have done wrong From these mistakes I

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Fawwaz Siddiqui 2/6/12 MWF 11:00-11:50 1) My scores for the eight areas of the self-assessment are: a) Accepting personal responsibility…………. .………….70 b) Discovering self-motivation…………………………. ...57 c) Mastering self-management……………………………61 d) Employing interdependence…………………. .……. ....67 e) Gaining self-awareness………………….……………. .40 f) Adopting lifelong learning……………………….…….13 g) Developing emotional intelligence………………….…49 h) Believing in myself……………………………………68 2) By doing the self-assessment, I learned that my highest score was in the accepting personal responsibility area. I believe this is my highest score because I take responsibility for my actions. I have goals in life and I know what I need to do to reach them. Although I have had
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Unformatted text preview: a minor setback last semester, I know what I need to do to accomplish my goals by realizing what I have done wrong. From these mistakes, I know how to get back on track. I believe these scores are accurate because it reflects my motivation. 3) By doing the self-assessment, I also learned that my lowest score was in the adopting lifelong learning area. I believe this is my lowest score because I have trouble paying attention in classes. There is a saying which says, “If you keep doing what you’ve been doing, you’ll keep getting what you’ve been getting.” This statement is an eye opener because I do not wish to fail a course again. This quote makes me realize that I need to change my habits for the goals of my future. If I do not do this, I will not succeed....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course DS 106 taught by Professor Harveystempel during the Spring '12 term at Montgomery College.

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