Self-Motivation In Education

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Every single one of my scores from column 1 to 2 went down. I think this happened because I wasn’t being honest with my self and was thinking I was better then I actually was. I also think that I thought I had nothing to learn about myself. Also I might have not taken the scoring as serious as I did now. When it came to the self-motivation I was obviously not thinking correctly because at the beginning of the semester I had ZERO self-motivation, but taking this class and my other classes taught me that I have to start motivating myself or I will never get anything done. Another one where I wasn’t thinking was with the believing in myself I got a score of 65 the first time and then the 2nd I got a 41. It’s hard for me to believe in my …show more content…
As I said before when I first started college it was really hard for me and still I think it may be to difficult, but I am not going to let my freshman year of college be my only year. I’ve changed so much in just a few short months. I’m starting to believe more in myself and think hey maybe I can actually do this. The second one I improved in the most was gaining self-awareness. Before I took this class I wasn’t really sure how stay on track, but now I’ve learned skills to keep me on track. At the beginning of college I had to attitude that I could just make it through my classes not studying and doing no so great work. I realize now that you have to work really hard and have a good attitude when it comes to dealing with your work and teachers. I try now to study every night and get my work done a few days before its do or to start working on it before the due …show more content…
With discovering self-motivation I want to try and see my dream more clearly. We wrote down in class what are dreams are but I don’t really know if my goal was realistic. I want to actually live up to a goal. I’m the type of person that doesn’t really like to make friends I’m contempt with the friends I have not. By meeting new people and making relationships with them may actually be a good thing. Getting in with someone with the same goals and dreams I have would be a good thing. We could study together and I know I would always have someone to count on if I don’t get something. I would still like to keep believing in myself. I’m the only person that can push myself to keep improving. In months to come I want to try and stop completely thinking about myself in negative ways because I know that it will only bring me

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