Kevin Personal responsibility Rough Draft

I have a preferred ethical lens with strengths and

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I have a preferred ethical lens with strengths and weaknesses and values that shape the behaviors I exhibit. My preferred ethical lens is the “reputation lens” (Ethical Lens Inventory). I optimistically assume those around me will reach or exceed the responsibilities given to them. I see leadership and the willingness to help others reach their goals as a strong character trait. I use the experience of others to guide my decisions while also adapting the solution to the specific problem at hand. (Ethical Lens Inventory) The reputation lens also has weaknesses. The feeling of getting special privileges and rights that do not go along with good moral character is a downfall of the reputation lens. Often times I can get lost in my role and only find my identity through it. Strengths and weaknesses play a crucial role in how we develop in personally responsibility.
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Strengths build us up and assist us to reach our highest goals, while weaknesses give us an opportunity to learn and grow. Developing a plan is an imperative step on the path to personal responsibility. The top priority in my plan to becoming a successful and personally responsibility college student is to reduce and eventually eliminate procrastination. I have been using a calendar to develop when I will sit down and do specific assignments, readings, and study. Working on organization and planning has helped tremendously. There are also many resources to help in the
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  • Spring '11
  • Individual responsibility, Sociological terms, Ethical Lens Inventory

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