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Journal Three: Habit 2
Begin With the End in Mind 1. What are three very important skills you need to be successful in college, your career, and in life, that you don’t currently possess? Use these to write a personal affirmation that will motivate you to obtain your goals. Use present tense, and state what you will, not what you won’t do to be successful.
I am a responsible, well-rounded, well organized student who is succeeding in reaching my goals, look out as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be!! 2. Using the DAPPS rule, write three career and/or educational long-term goals, and five short-term goals that support your long-term goals. You will use these to do your My Life Plan. Be thorough and dig deep.

Dream: Becoming a better well-rounded person
Long Term Goals: * Graduating and being able to transfer out to UC Berkley. Get my Ph.D. in phycology. I have so many good influences that make me want to continue and follow my dreams. Like my aunt she has her Ph. D from USC.

* Buying a house at the age of 25. My parents bought their house at 21. Anything is possible and I know if I work hard and try I can have my own place around that age. They remodeled everything and little by little our house was constructed, now it looks like a mini mansion. I shall pursue this long -term goal.

* Being able to travel all around the world with my family. I want to take them to Europe again. There are so many beautiful places we have yet to discover. I want to be able to provide for my parents just like they have provided for me these past 18 years of my life. Going on cruises, islands, tours, etc.

Short Term Goals * Get my car by December. I want the Kia Optima, I been saving up for it. So I crossing fingers I work a lot of hours these…...

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