Goals

1. During the class activity we were asked to sort out a list of values to see what is most important in our lives. Each time we narrowed down what was the most important until you were left with your most important value.

2. This activity was very difficult. You were asked to narrow down your list of important values each time until you were left with your most important value. It was difficult, but you were forced to see what is truly important to you. I chose family as my most important goal because I know family will always be there for you no matter what. Having a strong family I feel affects everything in your life for the positive or negative.

It was really hard to relate getting a good GPA back to one of my 5 core values. I tied it in with learning which was one of my top ten. However it also deals with family because you need to get good grades to be able to support a family.

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Created with images by BarbaraWilli - "Hong Kong"

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