From a very large list of goals, I have decided with all my wisdom that these 9 goals are the ones I want to improve throughout this term:
This is important for me because like most teenagers, I am a professional procrastinator.
Time after time I have been put in groups were the role of leadership gets put on me, so I want to make sure I do a good job.
Many times, instead of having a second go at something, or aproaching it from a different point of view, I go to others, which I know won’t be possible in future, so I want to fix it before it’s too late.
I come from a very academic background where we all think very logically so I think it would be important to move to more creative ideas.
This is very similar to the previous one in the sense that I need to improve my creativity, because I have trouble with it and I am better at doing set tasks.
I do a full contact Karate (Kyokushin Karate) in which people do get bruised, and on the off occasion that someone does get hurt, I want to be able to help. First aid is also a requirement if you wish to get your black belt.
This is very similar to Independent research, in which I said that I have the bad habit of going to others, and I want to improve on that.
Through primary school, I found the work of my year level too simple, so I was always able to achieve things with next to no effort, so coming into an accelerated program and not being able to achieve things right off the bat, I give myself a hard time and put myself down and a strong self-esteem would help greatly towards that.
Similar to time management, I, like most teenagers, have trouble with organisation. But it also goes back to my brother, who was a role model to me and still is and he is very disorganised.