In undergoing a distance running training, you must ask yourself the following questions: 1.) What is your current level of fitness? What is your readiness for training and competing? 2.) How much time (in weeks) are you available for a season 's best performance?
During the first three weeks, I had a busy schedule with keeping up with homework and studying for tests. I had studied for many hours and in between I would take breaks to rest. As a way to squeeze in these exercises I did them in between my breaks. For days that I felt exhausted and not motivated, I had to rationalize with myself and consider the timing that I had left to perform my exercises. Meaning, hypothetically, if today was Friday and the journal is due Tuesday and I only did one day, I can do today and then take a break Saturday and continue it Sunday to finish my 3 times a week.
To sharpen my saw I will read or study a scholarly article or book for 30 minutes a day, 3 days per week for the next two months. I will also focus on one of the seven habits each week over that time. Second, I will seek to develop my relationship oriented behavior by improving my listening skills. One of the best ways to learn about people and show that you care is to truly listen to them and seek to understand them. To develop my
This tempo cause officers in my branch to get out as soon as their obligation is over. Which put stress on my fellow Warrant Officers and myself to pick up the slack, one good thing from is ADA Warrants have become great at multi-tasking. As an Air Defense Fire Control Officer just this year alone, I have been gone 223 days and I deploy for nine months next year. This alone has place great stresses on my family life. By me not being home and spending time with my new wife has made me want to retirement sooners.
During my junior high school I have a test in sports, which I am poor at that needs to be at a certain grade for me to graduate, for that reason with determination I train in these sports. I memorize every move and rhythm, I asked for my friends help and train with them, I keep doing workouts for the next week, I jogged in my neighborhoods to increase my stamina, and stayed up late at night so I am able to be decent at sports. Eventually the day came and I put in my hard work, and with the support and cheer of my friends I am able to gain a decent grade for me to
During the third day, I was getting a little discourage, because I felt slow compared to Jennifer. I know Jennifer has been a NICU nurse for four years, and I was on my third shift of practicum, yet I am a perfectionist and strive to be the best. I know with time, these skills that I am learning will get faster. Overall, my experience in the NICU has been amazing, yet challenging. I know the NICU environment and my preceptor are helping me to transition into a new graduate
As a result, I had to take 2 weeks off from school and stop running while I recovered. As much as I wanted to continue on my trajectory, I had to be disciplined with what I could do and recover steadily and slowly so I wouldn 't have any setbacks. I eased back into school with partial days, and after more rest, I began to run again. I worked hard to catch up on the work in my classes and to rebuild my strength and stamina for
Completing my Master 's degree was a learning experience for me because I had to juggle my school requirements along with my work schedule and home life. During the two years I took classes full time and worked full time. As the years went on I decided to become more involved in my learning experience by adding a part time job at the Center for Family Excellence as a lead group counselor. When it was time to complete my internship I decided to quit my job to focus on schooling experience. Deciding to have no income for 3 months while I interned at Pittsburgh liberty and Pittsburgh CAPA was the hardest decision I made but was the most beneficial experience.
I felt and still feel that getting confirmed takes dedication, time, and in my church it takes intellect and the ability to absorb information about your religions and other religions every week. In seventh grade I was asked if I would like to participate in confirmation class for the opportunity to get confirmed. The class was every Tuesday for two hours, it was a pretty big commitment to take considering I had sports and homework
Although, without sport I would have not known how active I can be. I once was lazy but, now that I found tennis in my life, I am really active, for example, practicing two hours with my team after school, I would continue my practice for another hour or so with friends. Tennis has motivated me to keep on moving, this sport has made me to be fit for my health and create a new line of friends to compete with. I take my activeness to volunteer in the Ten and under tennis and