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A1: An examination of work and personal life conflict, organizational support, and employee health among international expatriates
Elisa J. Grant-Vallonea,*, Ellen A. Ensherb
Grant-Vallone, E.J., & Ensher, E. A. (2001). International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 25(3), 261-278. doi: 10.1016/S0147-1767(01)00003-7
Abstract: This study analyzes the effect of two types of work and personal life conflict and organizational support on expatriate employees’ mental well-being. Survey data were obtained from a culturally diverse sample of 118 employees working in Europe. Overall, employees reported higher levels of work interfering with their personal life, than personal life
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Fear can be a very crippling emotion. When I was little, my biggest fear was falling off of a bicycle. I was always afraid of bicycles because I watched my best friend fall off of one and break her arm. As I got older, however, I realized that learning how to ride a bike could be very beneficial, as well as a lot of fun. Something I did not know at the time, however, was that learning how to ride would end up being beneficial to me in other ways as well.One day, when I was about eight years old, I asked my grandfather if he would teach me how to ride the bicycle he had bought for me two years earlier. He looked at me and said, "Are you finally ready, honey?" After telling him yes, my
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When we think about personal responsibility we tend to only think about what this means in our personal life. The foundations of our personal responsibilities are a mixture of our upbringing and personal experiences throughout our lives. We often seem to take our personal responsibilities for granted as though they are written in stone and cannot be changed. In fact they are changing all the time. Looking at some research done on this subject combined with some personal views we will attempt to define what personal responsibility means to us, the role it plays in health, wealth
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proceeding to ensure the mistake does not happen again.
Personal responsibility makes me accountable for my decisions and actions, especially when working toward my goals. When a specific goal is set in place whether short or long-term, it becomes my responsible for completing it with success. Like parenting, I had to change my life-style to provide a safe, nurturing, and disciplined environment for my children. This required a life of security and stability by having childcare in place while seeking and obtaining gainful employment, and making sacrifices that empowered my ability to enrich my children’s lives.
The Importance of Personal Responsibility
The most important
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Lee A. Cruz
September 13th, 2012
As the great Eleanor Roosevelt once stated, “In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.” Personal responsibility consists of knowing oneself, maintaining psychological and physical health, and knowing the choices we make today may influence our future. Determining your goals in life, time management and prioritizing your wants dictates your day by day personal actions.
Taking accountability of your own actions and accepting the consequences that come from your actions
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Imagine your life if you did not take any responsibility. You never turn anything in on time, you don’t feed your cat, and you do not wash your socks. You would fail your class, your cat would be hungry, and you would stink. That life would be a chaotic one, so while it may seem difficult to learn personal responsibility, it is most important because the choices you make early in your education, influence your success in your academic career. Everyone needs clean socks, right?
Personal responsibility is simply a person’s “response-ability,” that is
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come in handy by going off on the day that something is due and also can give you the time that is due.
In my opinion, personal responsibility is the ultimate key to becoming a successful person. As long as you have self-discipline, time management skills, and organization, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to understand personal responsibility. All these things will help you in every aspect of life including college success. Personal responsibility is being responsible for what you have done and not blaming others for your wrong doings. Personal responsibility will take you far in life and help you to be successful in college also. Everyone must hold themselves
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There is a defining choice to be a piece of coal or a diamond that shines and sparkles brightly. The irresponsible person is a piece of coal, a responsible person is a diamond that shines and sparkles brightly in the light. Irresponsibility is like a dull piece of gold or silver that needs to be polished. A person who accepts personal responsibility is like a shiny piece of gold or silver that shines. A personally responsible person makes a difference in his or her life as well as other human beings lives. A responsible individual influences and shows leadership and professionalism. Responsible people desire respect and consciously put forth
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How Personal Responsibility will give Takesha Lee College Success
Sunday, July 15, 2012
Definition of Personal Responsibility
Personal responsibility is about every decision that a person has ever made in their life. It is about growth. It is the very choices that mold persons and takes them from childhood to adulthood. If managed properly it makes us mature, able to navigate through life’s challenges. As an adult, you are in control of your actions, your failures and your successes. Linda Galindo said it best “When you are truly responsible, you believe success or failure is up to you, even if you work within a tea or are blindsided by unforeseen
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striving for excellence. It deals with wanting your best. When I was a student the first time I rarely did what I needed. I have learned to use time management to avoid abusing my time. At first I would only spend a certain amount of time studying; now if I have a minute I use it to do something significantly. The relation between personal responsibility and college success is using your time wisely. The first move I made was monitor and use plan management. It provided time thought out and a plan well started. I have changed since the beginning of my college education; it has made a tremendous difference in my life. And I want to go on so forth and be successful in my endeavors. When time used
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Title of Paper
Responsibility is something we are taught as we grow up, it may be as small as parents letting their children get the mail from the mail box, or as big as babysitting two young children wile their parents are at work. Personal responsibility is the duty to accept the rewards and the consequences of each individuals own personal actions.
Personal responsibility goes deeper than just admitting when you make a mistake. Money management is an example of a personal responsibility. As a responsible student with loans out you must guard your credit and your education by making sure you can afford your way of life and school together. Spending
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. Obstacles in life come and go, but having college under my belt will open my future to so many opportunities, that I may not otherwise have. Focusing on personal responsibility also comes the focus of physical and mental health, time management, and stress management. Owning up to my own mistakes and my actions, realizing that I am in charge on my own destiny can motivate me to be and do the best I can! The importance of a college career is my top priority and failure isn’t something that I will accept. I am the only person that can give myself the option to make my life better. If I don’t take myself seriously, nobody else will. I don’t want to live an average life and if I allow failure to
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mind to and it gives you the strength to say the things like I was wrong and leads you to succeed. Some examples of failing to be personal responsible are turning in my homework assignments late, cramming for a test at the last minute or running late. These are positive signs that you will fail to become successful. When we take responsibility for our actions it can help us clarify, which life goals are most important. This will help you achieve college success by understanding our values and support how we go about making the right decisions.
The relationship between personal responsibilities and college education is direct. College success would be a failure without self-discipline
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Personal responsibility is taking charge of ones learning. To me that means getting my assignments done on time, studying for tests and admitting my mistakes. Being responsible is not an easy task; it is a behavior that takes a lot of patience and effort. Responsibility requires practice. It just doesn’t apply to education either. Personal responsibility applies to all aspects of life including career and parenthood. Personal responsibility is taking charge of ones own actions. We are all humans and make mistakes but how we handle those mistakes defines us.
Many things such as family and instructors play a key role in my education. They help me study and encourage me when I want to
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Even though some people cannot be responsible in life does that mean that you have to follow their pattern? No, because if you are not responsible for yourself than who will be? One must be responsible for themselves because if not you will have a hard time making it in life.
Personal Responsibility is holding yourself responsible in many different areas in life. Be it your schooling, your career, or your family life. Being a responsible individual means you are a contributing member of society. It also means you set goals in life and keep to them and see them through until the end. With goals and responsibility also comes experience. As Sternberg says
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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
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Personal responsibility is the honorable thoughts and actions that govern wellbeing. It gives people direction in life. Without it, individuals would be wandering carelessly in the world giving no thought to finances, relationships, or a job. We would be feckless. This paper will touch on how personal responsibility should be taught to children, how it can be used toward college success, and how to apply it to the work environment.
How personal responsibility should be taught to children
First, personal responsibility is something that needs to be taught to children. Parents should give their children chores to have them pull their own weight. They should take out the trash every week
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messed up when someone asks. Imagine going through your entire life without taking personal responsibility for absolutely anything. How would this method of operation affect your life? Day to day life would have no order and everything would be crazy, being able to advance in your career field would be impossible, and concepts like being able to maintain good and healthy relationships, whether it be with friends or even with a significant other such as a boyfriend or girlfriend, would quickly become overwhelming and unfeasible. The ability and drive to take personal responsibility in life is a central focal point in the areas of creating a successful life, defining goals and priorities, and
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PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY ESSAY
FOUNDATIONS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS
March 5, 2012
Personal responsibility is being accountable for what you say and do it’s your thoughts and actions. It involves working on your character and skills development. Not blaming others for your short comings and circumstances. Making choices to design your life, in a way in which honors your values and your purpose in life. Time management is the key to managing your personal responsibility and being successful in college and in life .With that said you have to have a plan for your future to be responsible and successful. What is needed for you
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attributed to luck, but this is not a
general rule but rather an exception. While lucky students may graduate and receive a degree,
they are no better suited for success than before their academic endeavor.
Although responsible students can fail just as easy as an irresponsible one, personal
responsibility corresponds to student success for two main reasons. The first reason is,
responsible students have a drive to succeed. Second, responsible students are successful in their
academic studies because of their goal oriented life structure and accountable lifestyle. Success
can be learned and there are programs out there to foster that learning, it is just a matter of
finding those programs
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like the one I believe in, also many cultures have code of conduct minimums. In a society, the code of conduct is laws, which are influenced by moral values of its majority population. Moral codes are usually cultural specific, which defines our rights and wrongs. The principles for personal values and ethics can made by responsible actions and behavior. Most of the time knowing write thing to do is simple but there are times when it’s not easy to simplify right thing, in this kind of situation the real life resources and experience may be helpful.
According my score of Williams
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personal and we can relate to him in a personal way” (Alin, 2015).
A human being is described as being a creature capable of questioning concepts such as “who am I” and “why am I here” in order to give meaning to their existence. (Creech Ph.D., 2015)
What happens to a person at death is a belief we acquire from our religion and culture. In Christianity we believe heaven is our reward for living a meaningful life. On the other hand as Christians we were taught to preserve life and avoid intentional death to selves or others.
Why is it possible to know anything at all? Pastor Alin explains this as “Human beings can know both the world around them and God Himself because God has built into
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from our families and friends to our coworkers and larger society.
It is my firm conviction that to appreciate who we are and what we stand for, it is important to
periodically self-reflect and consider our life experiences, those things important to us, and our current
direction in life. To assist you in doing this, I will ask that each of you complete a “personal credo.” This
term may be somewhat alien to you, so I will explain what materials are to be included in this brief
summary of who you are.
Submit your assignment via the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT.
(This Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)
The word “credo” relates to a personal set of values or beliefs
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In my opinion, personal responsibility means that you are responsibility for the choices you make.in life good or bad. Being able to accept responsibility for our own actions is mandatory for our personal and academic success. "Taking personal responsibility means realizing that you can't control certain things, so stop trying." (Stack, 1999 p.1 para 4). I take her definition to mean that we should have the sensibility to recognize the things that are out of our control and the knowledge to take responsibility for doing something about the things that are within our control
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for learning and practicing skills such as; setting goals, manage time, resolve conflicts, and learn new skills. Recognizing our potential can advance our ability to gain lifetime-acquired skill for success in college.
Accepting personal responsibility is to own up to his or her mistakes. When an individual accepted personal responsibility of his or her actions, he or she takes full control of all the decision-making. Pointing fingers or making excuses for any circumstances are not a trait of an individual who takes personal responsibilities for his or her life. Acknowledging your own mistakes is an admirable trait of a responsible individual. In every family household there are different
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To me personal responsibility means being accountable for your actions and taking responsibility for the outcome of your life. Proper time management, staying focused, disciplined and consistent are some of the qualities I consider when thinking about personal responsibility and its definition to me. As I go through life I have noticed that unsuccessful people can make up many different excuses for why they are not where they want to be in life or why they have not achieved the level of success they are capable of. On the other hand, when I speak to successful people the only real difference I notice is the fact that
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to become reliable, and how to have an understanding or responsibility by the time your graduate from grade school. Winston Churchill once said, “The foundation of life is taught to you in grade school. You learn more than arithmetic. You learn what is expected of you, and how to achieve the things you want in life. [Beware of overly long or overly short paragraphs. Eliminate one-sentence paragraphs. An effective paragraph develops one central idea.] The difference between those of us who succeed and those who do not, is the difference of who learned this lesson” (Alyn). While teachers have been of assistance to me in college, my success as a college student is my own personal
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My Personal Culture
Culture defines the origin of people in terms of location, who they are, and where they are ending. Individuals are unique and interesting in nature because of culture. Culture is learnt (Bonder, 2002, p. 19). Culture bonds individuals to their friends, family, and nation. This paper will discuss my personal culture that has impacted my identity.
My culture is free, refreshing, and full of fun; where moral standards are highly apprehended. I conform to everything moral in the society because of my friends and family. Leisure activities, dressing style, among other aspects are defined by my culture. My family and friends
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January 12, 2012
Personal responsibility is about taking care of yourself and being accountable for your own actions because everything you do affects not only you but those around you. Personal responsibility is involved in your everyday life; it’s in everything you do from making it to work on time to making sure that assignment you have due is turned by the due date. Not only does it affect you but those around are also affected by personal responsibility, decisions you make on a daily basis can affect those around both negatively and positively. “The opposite of accepting responsibility is making
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Foundations for General Education and Professional Success
October 25, 2012
Ms. Shana Goodson
This is your life. You are responsible for it, the time is now! Personal responsibility is a maturity outlook on the division of time, education, finances, family, spiritual belief, career, and college success. In order to be successful in life, it’s highly important to value all aspects of personal responsibility.
First, the nature of personal responsibility transitions from childhood to adulthood. As kids growing up the parent’s are held responsible for their children and well being. The time will change into
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Personal Responsibility Essay
Even though hard work will make life easier, personal responsibility is important to be happy because being personally responsible in turn will make other parts of your life easier and being personally responsible will help others trust you more. Being personally responsible does not mean you focus only on yourself but you must also guide your actions that will affect the environment around you.
Personal responsibility will affect many aspects of your life. The foundation that controls many aspects of your life is your responsibility to your work ethic. Your work ethic says a lot about a person’s characteristics. How hard a person works tells
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important to me as they guide me through my life. I hold myself accountable for whom I am and how I conduct myself in my personal and business life. I believe in my values enough to trust my own judgment. I believe I am a well grounded individual who believes in my own values enough that I have confidence and placing those values as the drivers in my life. I do not know who I would be without them. The values in my life motivate me and set my priorities.
Developmental Aspect of Values
My values took a life time to structure and are reinforced and strengthened with each of my experiences. Everyday experiences do play a key role in my values, but much of my values have been
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which school is right for me. An accredited school that will be able to prepare me for the kind of future and that will suit my personal goal. It will take on my part total commitment to a life time of studying and research, study for lot of evidenced base learning. I will try very hard to transfer to the surgery department at my present job or find an outpatient surgery to work as a part time staff with the surgeon, all in the effort of preparing myself and getting the knowledge needed for my personal goal. This will also help me to remain current and stay on tract, so as not to lose vision of me becoming a nurse anesthesiology. The experience gained during this period will be of very vital
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Grand Canyon University NRS-437V
According to the American Nurses Association (ANA), the nursing code of ethics provides a framework for nurses to use as a guide to help them in ethical decision making (ANA, 2001, p. 3). There are many provisions to the nursing code of ethics, but the intent of the document remains consistent. Our own ethics, morals and values contribute to our personal philosophy of nursing and shape our nursing practice. There are often conflicts of a nurses own values, morals and ethics causing dilemmas within her, but referring back to the code of ethics can help guide her like a compass on the correct path for each patient
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Personal responsibility is about taking ownership and holding one accountable without pointing the finger. Juggling work, school, and personal life can be challenging but deciding on how much someone wants to put on their list is what that person needs to give time to. Preparing before an event can save time from frustration and stress and keeping a planner for better organization skills results in a layout that will be suitable for a busy lifestyle. It is also a personal responsibility to be fully functional; so plenty of rest and a healthy diet is a must.
Taking on a task in life like college can be a challenge when someone works full-time and has a family
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What are values? Values are qualities, standards, or principles individual’s uses as driving forces that influence their actions and reactions. Values are also considered psychological objects that we cannot see or touch, but are considered physical objects (Posner, 2010). Types of values include ethical or moral values, personal values, or core values (Fiset, 2007). “Values, personal values, and core values all refer to the same thing” (Best of Time Management, 2008). Values are used by individuals and organizations. “Using values help individuals and organizations energize everything concerned with them. In this paper, I am going reflect how my values align (or do
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Tami Anderson, RN
Grand Canyon University
Ethics are defined as the moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior in life. Every person will have their own set of ethical principles to which they lead their life and make decisions. The basis of ethical decision making corresponds with one’s own morals and personal values. Morals are the set of a standards for behavior or beliefs concerning what is and is not acceptable for them to do, the foundation of right and wrong. Personal values may vary greatly from one person to the next. There are hundreds of qualities in life and people that can be considered to be values for any given
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While some individuals may feel personal responsibilities and decisions don't have a huge impact on others, personal responsibility is vital in day to day life, team activity, and career development. From a very young age the concepts of sharing, respect, and kindness become instilled repetitively. The golden rule is one of the primary and most influential ways personal responsibility begins. “Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you” isn’t just something that works in kindergarten, it lasts a lifetime. These initial values that we instill into the youth of society are what will transcend into their adolescent lives as students, athletes, or members of an organization and
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Personal Responsibilities Essay
April 14, 2014
Personal Responsibilities Essay
Personal responsibility and academic success are intertwined. Responsibility means one’s commitment to a task one needs to complete, a task undertaken. One can be successful in college if both teacher and student are responsible, if one is committed, and if one allows one’s high level of responsibility to reflect in one's goals and result in achievements. Responsibility also shows one's devotion to the goals one sets for one's self.
There needs to be a connection established between the student and the professor. Every institution has a curriculum, rules and
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Personal Values and Relationships
The theme that interest me the most is Personal Values and Relationships. According to the Caroline Shrodes essays in this section such as, Restoring Basic Values, The Good Soldier, Blue-Collar Roots, White Collar Dreams and My Hyphenated Identity have common themes: how selfhood develops and how we relate to each other (page178). I believe, we as college students that come from different types of backgrounds can learn more about ourselves and each other by these readings. Learning about other’s individuals ideas and personal encounters, social class differences, identity, race, beliefs and personal values. Many times it can be hard for individuals that
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January 16, 2012
In my eyes, personal responsibility simply means to be accountable for ones’ self, and the complexities that embody ones’ self, such as life, health, career, and education. There is at least one part of my life that remains unfinished for several years. I have left my college education unfinished for a number of reasons, but primarily because it has taken a backseat to my family. I married somewhat young and children immediately followed.
Fortunately, I walked into the information technology
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Personal Responsibility Rough Draft
Personal responsibility applies to all aspects of life whether professional, personal, or educational. When it comes to education, it is fundamental for success. I believe it is essential to have good habits when it comes to personal responsibility because it is part of the growing process. Being accountable for your own actions and accepting the outcome whether good or bad is part of it. I also feel that personal responsibility is having integrity, and making the right decisions by following morals and values. According to Dougherty, “Recognizing accountability, [you] think about what [you] are doing and act for reasons that [you] think are
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participate in negative behavior and surrounding yourself with optimistic people will garner more positive results. That’s why as adults it is vital that we make good decisions in our lives. Personal responsibility can play a positive role or a negative role in someone’s life. It all depends on how each person accepts it.
Personal responsibility and college success are intertwined. Success is a responsibility. You have to make a conscious effort to complete assignments and meet deadlines. We are all here willing to also take responsibility for our future as well. While I am attending classes I am accountable for the time and effort that is required to succeed. I learned this personally
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Jose Angel Alcala
Personal Responsibility as an Adult Student
Merriam-Webster (2014) defines responsibility as “a duty or task that you are required or expected to do.” Personal responsibility means taking ownership of any actions required in carrying out said duty or task. In the case of an adult student that can mean learning to balance a working profession, family life, and a school schedule.
To me going back to college after 14 years, as a working professional, took on a whole new meaning. As a young teenager coming out of high school I could have attended college and my responsibilities would have been simple: Enroll, attend class, take notes, and complete assignments
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Personal Responsibility in Education and Lifestyle
October 31, 2011
Kids can make you successful and can push you to accomplish your life goals. Responsibility is a key factor in my life and being successful in school while helping take care of my child will help me become more responsible in my future. Kids do not stop a parent from being successful; they simply encourage them to strive for more to provide a better life for them. Being a parent and raising a child while in school is stressful but in the end I will learn that it was worth and it made me a better man and parent.
Personal Responsibility in Education and Lifestyle
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In my opinion, personal responsibility is accepting the choices you have made in life whether they are good or bad. If you don’t hold yourself accountable for your actions, you will set yourself up for failure. If you take charge of your actions you will be successful in your life endeavors, as well as college success. You need to make choices that will determine your outcome. A few topics that will help you achieve this are time management, being self-disciplined, and holding yourself accountable for your actions. If you are able to accomplish these tasks, you will set yourself up for a successful academic career and a successful life too.
One of the first
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Personal Plan Rough Draft
February 13, 2013
Keri Jo McWethy
Personal Plan Rough Draft
Throughout my twenty-four years of life I have seen a lot of crazy stuff going on within my family. From many drug addictions to a mother abandoning all of her children for a drug addiction, it really made me realize what I wanted to do in life which is help people out. So from this experience my goal is to either become a substance abuse counselor or work for Child Protective Services.
As of right now I am not anywhere close to being a counselor or a CPS worker. I am in the beginning of my career. I just started my college courses and will continue to do so until I walk the
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The focus of the organization is on resources for personal, professional and organizational development. At the core of these is personal development. Without personal development, it's difficult to sustain professional and organizational development. Everyone should develop personal and professional evelopment plan to find out what are the required skill is necessary for the long term development in life.
1.1 Approaches to Self-managed Learning
Personal skills are very important for an individual and they guide an individual toward professional success. Personal skills play very vital role for progress of individual and organisation. They play very important role in
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September 6, 2010
Completing the Williams Institute Ethics Awareness Inventory self-assessment gave me a great perspective on my ethical and personal values. It was spot on about me. It explained that I tend to base my ethical perspective on the results or consequences of my actions. This is very true. I always like to think things through before I react, and in the back of my thought process I am ultimately thinking about the results or consequences that come from my decision to act. A lot of my personal values and morales come from my background, family and experiences. I seem to always want to help or do for others before I