Personal Responsibility Essay

Personal Responsibility Essay

Personal Responsibility Essay
Cory Santiago

July 30, 2012
Adam Leon

Abstract

Write a 1,050- to 1,750-word paper expanding your Personal Responsibility Essay by incorporating feedback from your facilitator and teammates, and including the following:
·       An introduction

·       Properly cited and referenced research from library sources

·       A plan to incorporate effective strategies for success as a student

·       A conclusion

·       Reference page

Define what personal responsibility means to you, explain the relationship between personal responsibility and college success, and include a preliminary plan to practice personal responsibility in your education.

Personal Responsibility Essay

Personal Responsibility means to me that one takes ownership of one’s own narrative. They take control of their life by taking on the consequences of their decisions. Personal responsibility is shaped politically, legally, and socially, it is a definition that remains in flux. You have a certain responsibility to your community, to your occupation and colleagues, your school and its integrity, your family, economically, and so on. Each requires a different set of responsibilities and each change with every new situation that arises. It is specific to one’s personal paradigm for viewing the world; what may seem like personal responsibility to one, is not the same for another, making it a very complex and intricate undertaking. How much of yourself do you owe at any given time?
In academia personal responsibility extends to the integrity of the academic process set up through rules and actionable conduct, your classmates, and educators. It calls you to be your best self and to do your best work; and if you are personally responsible you should have an enriching and inspired experience. For most it is the first big financial undertaking that they are responsible for, which is a huge responsibility consider the ever climbing tuition costs that...

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