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Personal Goals I Want to Achieve As a University o Essayf Phoenix Student
Shawneequa T. Elliott
University of Phoenix
September 7, 2005
Personal Goals 1
The ultimate result of this paper will reflect my personal goals that I hope to achieve as a University of Phoenix student and which I have been and am trying to pursue and obtain. They are goals that I feel I need to have in life in order to survive, prosper, and succeed to higher full-filling and journeys. In this essay, I hope to convey to the reader how I am optimistically moving to reach these goals, as well as represent to the reader how one can set their mind to determine the goals that he or she needs and/or wants to reach and see that he or she can do it!
My personal goals that I would like to achieve as a University of Phoenix student are naturally instilled in me. They are goals (at least most of the goals) that I strive for everyday.
One goal that I would like to achieve, is to be the best student that can possibly be. This means that I want to learn, read, communicate, be prepared for, and successfully complete as much material as I can with respect to all my course’s assignments and participation throughout my entire Bachelor Degree Curriculum. I want the teachers to see and feel that I am really trying my hardest to do and excel in the learning materials presented to me; but also, that I enjoy the tasks, challenges, and completion of the assignments. The best reason that I have for enjoying the tasks, challenges, and completion of the assignments, is because I love to learn and be valuable. My mom always taught me, and I always preach to my children, that knowledge is power! This fact, (at least to me, it is a fact) having been instilled in me at such an early age, has been the driving force that has shaped my traits of inquisitiveness, determination, and motivation to seek and find answers to even just sometimes mere curiosities. For example, I may be talking with someone who says, “I wonder what the sentencing law is on a Possession of marijuana charge in New York”? If I think a question is a good question (such as this is to me), then I will look it up to full-fill my curiosity, as well as keep that answer in my research file; which is in my head and at home in a file cabinet.
Further, I feel so full-filled and important with the more I lean and know, especially when I remember most of it. I feel like I have a romantic relationship with myself sometimes when I am finding information/ answers because it is like a real up-lift or pitter-patter to my heart once I succeed at reaching the answers and accomplishing the mission of learning something new. When I can take that information that I have learned to help and teach others, this is even more gratifying to me. Adding to my list of personal goals that I want to achieve as a University of Phoenix student, is the actual meeting of and working with other students, as well as teachers who are in various professions and positions. I mean it is such a life-warming and learning experience to be able to talk and receive insight and information on a variety of assistance, assignments, issues, law, topics, and whatever else may come up. For example, one of my teammates, Joe, I found to be a very helpful person who assisted me in obtaining some of the worksheets that I needed for this week’s assignment.
My student web page was not up until much later than it should have been, so I called all my team members to see who could assist me until my counselor helped me get on. The other team members, unfortunately, I was not able to contact. Joe, on the other hand when I called him for help, really went out of his way to help me. First of all, he offered to print the assignments needed for this .