The last goal I set for myself is using my time for wisely. Every time I would come back home from school, instead of doing my homework, I would either turn on the TV or use my phone. Later on, I motivated myself to do something more productive. For example, doing and finishing my homework, because I wanted to maintain good grades. I knew that if I wanted to make my parents proud, I would have to do good in school. My parents were my motivation to always try my hardest no matter what.
If you do not set goals or achievements for yourself then, you will not be successful in life. One major goal that I set for myself is to be elected at the ROTC program at Colts Neck High School. Unfortunately, it will not be an easy goals to achieve. It is going to a long bumpy ride until I reach my destination. However, if I study hard, complete all of my school assignments, and get antoshining grades then, I can find a shortcut to make this ride shorter and maybe even smoother after all. Also, participation is one of the main keys to achieving this goal. I make sure that I participate in class and in after school activities such as track and field and basketball because then my teachers and my coach could recommend me. This single goal persily will overall make me smarter and a hardworking student by the end of the year.
My goal right now is to start and end my last high school year with A's and join as many clubs as possible. Also, to volunteer and help out in my school and church any time I can. There's just so much I want to do and I feel like there's little time. I want to be apart of everything and do so much. Of course, I know I have to be careful with focusing too much on one thing because I could forget about my other obligations. For example, once I forgot about a performance, because I was so busy planning an event for my church. Another example, was when I forgot about a project, because I focused on helping wrap presents for christmas. I am getting better at balancing my responsiblilities and I am determined to end the year as strong as I
“Never give up on a dream just because of the time it takes to accomplish it.” Earl nightingale. The last time I set a goal in seventh grade I accomplished it even tho it took a lot of time and effort. My goals this year I would like to accomplish is keeping my grades up, getting better in science, and keep on doing good in math.
Hard work, dedication, and commitment. That’s what it takes to accomplish lifetime goals that are set by individuals. Setting goals at an early age is the smartest thing to do. It gives an excess amount of time to dedicate learning to the future that is ideal. Having a plan is step one to introducing one’s self into the real world.
This year in school I want to have all A’s at the end of each nine weeks. I will do that by studying harder and more frequent. Next year I want to take all advanced classes make good grades in them. I want to pass the A.P. so i don’t have to take it again. Throughout high school I want to do the same and make A’s in those classes, and later get my degree at either Auburn or Mississippi State for forestry or something outdoors.
I think the most important part of life for me, is to live it to the fullest that I possibly can. That may include getting straight A’s, dropping out of high school, or even starting a family of my own and building a life for myself (all of this of course when I turn a decent age...duh), but so far the course I’m currently on is leading me to staying in highschool and do something that can help change the world around me. I feel like I personally always need to have something to keep me busy, and not just school work, but anything. Like watching an interesting movie, or reading a book, or doing my sisters makeup, I mean anything that catches my attention really. And if I am not doing something, I feel unproductive, which then makes me feel meaningless. I wanna be remembered, and I want to do something that can change someone’s life. I just don’t want to waste my life doing what anyone can do. I have the chance to do something big, and I won’t let it pass me
I have a lot goals, and how I’m going to achieve them, I’ll start by hanging with good friends that do righteous things, have the same goals like me, and they won’t be able to distract me if I got stuff to make at school, they will also
A long-term personal goal that I have always had for myself is to graduate high school with my academic honors and technical honors diplomas, to get it I had to work my butt off. I had always studied for every test, made sure to at least receive a B or higher on any assignment. The hard work has paid off now because that is the path that I am on now to receiving a diploma. I had a lot of barriers though, like probation and family losses, but I made sure just to focus on me and know that life always goes on and I should
Learning to set time for yourself not to focus on studying/homework/clubs is also a big thing. Every human needs time to relax and do something they like, they can’t grind all day, everyday. It is proven that not taking time for yourself to relax or do something you like is unhealthy. Even though
Every single year we have a new year's resolution that we want to accomplish or it's important to us. The new year is ending I always think of a goal that I want to accomplish , no matter if its life, school or at home. When I was in high school, I wanted to more like my peers that got to go places and did more. I also felt like I was behind in many areas that a normal teens does then to me. As the new year is ending and a complete fresh new year starts, I wanted to get my full drivers licences.
I encourage myself by getting a high GPA for graduating high school, continuing my education, and also I proud of myself that I’m an an English learner. I love to reach my goals by being a success and study hard. My big goal is to be a computer scientist in the future. My strengths I have to reach these goals: I have patience, strong family, tenacity, and kind friends they all proud of