Reflect On Your Success

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Reflect On Your Success

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The road to success is paved with many challenges for students. Teenagers are under a lot pressure with regard to their academics. plus, their brains are still developing. College students have to deal with getting their school work completed, working one or more jobs, paying bills, and possibly taking care of family members. With all these challenges it’s important to stop and focus on the positive things.

What is one success you have had recently?

“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” – Robert Collier

Did you hand in your homework on time?

Did you finish a major project that you are proud of?

Did you successfully help a friend or family member?

Did you do well on a recent test or quiz?

Did you successfully implement a new habit? Ex.: Using a planner, waking up or going to bed at a certain time, etc.

Every little victory counts!

 

By | 2017-11-06T14:15:18+00:00 November 6th, 2017|Misc|Comments Off on Reflect On Your Success

About the Author:

Melanie Black is a trained Academic Life Coach and mindfulness educator. She is passionate about helping others and learning all she can in the process. With ten years of experience in the field of education, she is determined to help students succeed in school and life. `` One of my goals is to continue to be a humanitarian who helps our local community. I am passionate about my relentless pursuit of knowledge and desire to help others.``

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