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While people are free to aspire to have all these successes, people cannot “have itall.” But the continuous chase for success makes life more challenging.ELABORATEActivity 12.1Write your present goals in life. Enumerate 10 goals and indicate that status of each goal as“not yet started” or “on-going” including the target year of its attainment. Goals can berelated to career, health, relationship, property or other things. Then, answer the questionthat follows.GOALSTATUSTARGET YEAR
What do these goals mean to you? How do these goals strengthen your self-efficacy?___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Activity 12.2Reflect on your self-efficacy. Determine whether each statement is a confidence builder orconfidence buster by placing a check in the proper column.StatementsConfidence BuilderConfidence Buster1.I always try to be perfect.2.I always try to please everyone.3.I try to be someone that myenvironment wants me to be.4.I put down myself when I experiencefailure.5.I believe that I am a unique person.6.I believe that I am incomparable.7.I am contented with a passing grade.8.I always expect the worst.9.I blame other people for my failures.10.I am free to dream.11.I believe that I can make a difference.12.I quit if I see other people quit.13.I can be whoever I want to be.14.I accept that my goals are impossibleto achieve.
15.I just let things happen.EVALUATEWrite an essay about your own definition of success. Provide a creative title for your essay.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ENGAGEEXPLOREEXPLAINTHREE DOMAINS THAT DOMINATE THE SELFBased on the domains of biorhythm, the self is dominated by three domains thatoperate in a cycle. These domains manifest regularly and one may dominate theother. These domains are physical, intellectual, and emotional.LESSON 13: Charge of One’s HealthSHORT PHYSICAL EXERCISEMANAGING A STRESS:
The physical domain includes coordination, strength, and well-being. The intellectualdomain includes alertness, analytical functioning, logical analysis, memory or recall,and communication. The emotional domain includes creativity, sensitivity, mood,perception, and awareness.Taken as a whole and as framework or indicator of health, these domains must bebalanced by individuals. Based on this framework, any imbalance results inincongruence and thus in an unhealthy condition.There is a reason why physical education is taught at a very young age. There is areason why there is a need to educate the youth as early as possible. Foremost,there is a compelling reason why individuals need to know themselves.Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a choice. Suffice it to say that being physicallyactive, intellectually hungry, and emotionally stable is healthy. This mindset leads toa healthier life and a happier perspective in life.

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