I plan to combat this weakness by forcing myself to write everything in my new diary; including my goals and their deadlines. I will diarize things in such a way that I prioritise the most important things such as my goals. I will then force myself to get rid of the unnecessary distractions when working towards my deadlines eg: TV. Then in the days leading up to my deadlines, I will designate a specific amount of time for each task on each day so I aim to achieve multiple goals at
I found the weekly planner assignment to be enlightening because it showed my weekly progression for the goals I set at the beginning of the week and the roles that I embrace in a given week. This assignment has helped me with what I can do better to align my goals with my actions. These goals come from the roles that define me, so by increasing my chances of achieving my goals, I am also developing my various roles. Completing a weekly planner for two weeks has provided me an opportunity to be critical of how I spend my time and change it to be more complementary to my key roles. The first week of the assignment , I spent a lot of time practicing, helping teammates with their schoolwork, and studying for the LSAT.
Maintain your strengths - Continue to take on responsibilities in the areas you do well. Build on your weaknesses - Take on one stretch target in an area you need to develop. Ask a team member competent in this area to help you. Remember to return the favour. To lead, know that it is ALL your responsibility - Once you have achieved the last two, think of the entire goal as your responsibility.
Most of the year, I enjoy going to the gym to improve my physical abilities. Sometimes I create small fitness programs for myself to allow my time at the gym interesting and fun. For the past couple “new years”, I 've been putting myself on a fitness plan I call “One Body Part Per Week”. It 's almost like a new year resolution plan. This plan wasn 't something I was consciously set out to do every year.
I had to create a check list which I followed and stayed committed to this helped me finish and plan time properly and completing my work. I used various strategies like getting timetable, i created a step plan everyday days at first i struggled but i manged to stick to it , because i had to push myself.
I was able to work out a full-time work schedule with my boss while committing to a full-time school schedule. This was overwhelming, but with positive attitude and support, I could accomplish the goal. Furthermore, the one thing I was worried about the most was the fact that I was not going to be able to spend as much time with my daughter, who needs me. Thankfully, my mom and dad were willing to come and stay with my daughter and I while I was going to school during the day and work during the evenings. After attending school for a couple of months, everything seemed to fall into place and all my schedules seemed to be working well together.
Remember that regular, small steps will take you far. From time to time, refer to your plan to remind yourself of your aims and to fire your motivation. Written goals will make you feel more serious about and connected to your aims and it will also free you from having to work out every day what your goals are. This will save you time which you can then use on fulfilling your self-improvement
My goals for this semester are to get at least a B in all of my courses and to not procrastinate my homework or studying until the last minute. Each week I will plan out exactly when I will do homework and when I will study. I think designating a certain time each day to do homework or to study will help me to time manage better and not wait to do it until the last minute. Each week I will also sit down and make a to do list for the week. The to do list will include all assignments, reading, and studying I have to do each week.
To combat this, I will participate in school activities or clubs, where I can meet people with similar interests, and I will try to be more outgoing. Alternatively, I am a team player and an active listener, which will make interacting with my peers easier. Additionally, I am flexible and always willing to try new things. This limits me from getting stressed, especially when plans don’t turn out as expected. I am, however, always thinking about money and monitoring how much I spend.
I see myself as an organized person. I have a planned life as I believe in reaching my goals step by step - accomplish a little each day. At the same time, I am quite flexible and always allow space in my life for unexpected opportunities and unseen obstacles. This self-motivation and persistent hard work is the potent force, which has never failed me in achieving my goals. I am an outgoing and friendly person.