II. Relationship of Personal Responsibility, and Success in College
III. Plan for Practice
Personal Responsibility: What is Personal Responsibility?
I. Personal responsibility is crucial to academic performance because an individual alone is responsible first for their academic success. An individual alone is responsible first for their academic success because it cannot be achieved as a group, cannot be ...view middle of the document...
The relationship between how responsible you are, and your college success are apparent in many ways. A good strategy is to follow the syllabus and set up a game plan or schedule. Following an agenda will help you spread out your workload over the week, it will show that you are on the right track and is a great indicator of how reliable you are. One of the worst traits that many people possess is procrastination. According to “California Polytechnic State University, Cal Poly Academic Skill Center” (n.d.) “The procrastinator is often remarkably optimistic about his ability to complete a task on a tight deadline; usually by expressions of reassurance that everything is under control.
III. The plan I have for practicing this is to first start using personal responsibility at home. I can do this by talking to my boyfriend, letting him know what I have done no matter if it is right or wrong. After I have started that, then I think I will be more prone to using this technique more at school. Time management will also play into effect in my plan because without learning how to space things out, I will never be able to get anything done.
IV. In conclusion, it is beneficial to have personal responsibility, utilize it in college, and have a plan to maintain it all together.