June 25, 2014
Efficiently achieving personal responsibility you must hold yourself accountable for what you’re trying to accomplish. You must take charge of your actions by practicing discipline and using time management skills. If you master this art, it can be translated to any aspect of your life, including college success.
There will be deadlines, for work and class that must be met. To do this you should ensure to stay on schedule to keep you focused on the job at hand. The obligation lies with the individual to dedicate the sufficient amount of time and effort. A disorganized individual will have a harder time with time management.
Being organized is a fundamental asset to personal responsibility. Using a calendar can keep you on schedule by planning out deadlines, appointments, and any and all important dates. Using reminders and alerts on phones, computers, and IPads. Creating a checklist, written out or electronically, will help in being organized will mark off items on the checklist. So basically you will have a personal planner, a book not a person, to plan out your up coming events by using your resources.
Knowing your resources, using them to your best ability, can be very valuable. There are numerous online tools that can help in research. Participating in study groups will help you in preparation and aid in having others to talk over any difficult task. The University of Phoenix library is loaded with an abundance of helpful tools and if you still have a hard time you can “ask the librarian”. There seem to be no reason not to commit to you goals.
Personal responsibility will ensure that you stay committed. Being committed is staying to the goals and plan that you have for yourself. While staying committed make sure that you that manage your stress. Take breaks to refresh yourself and treat yourself when short term goals are met. Working hard to reach your task, goal, or...