On Course. Strategies for Creating Success in College and in Life. Chapter 9. Staying on Course to Your success. THE POWER OF CHOICE: THE KEY TO YOUR SUCCESS. Success in college—and, in life—depends on the quality of the choices we make.
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Staying on Course to Your success
Success in college—and, in life—depends on the quality of the choices we make.
Before you retake the self-assessment that you took in Chapter 1, let's review the eight "choices of successful students."
(These are on the inside front cover of On Course.)
When you compare your self-assessment scores from before and after this course, which of the eight Choices of Successful Students do you think you will have improved the most? Why?
Which of the eight Choices of Successful Students do you think you will have improved the least? Why?
Pair up and discuss:
Which of Stephan’s choices had the greatest impact on getting his life back on course?
What do you find most interesting or useful about Stephan's story?
Dr. Mary Hulnick wrote, “To me, earth is a school. My approach to the experiences I have every day is that I am a student and all my experiences can teach me.”
As your graduation speech from this course, please stand one at a time and briefly share the most important thing(s) that your experiences in this class have taught you.
Accepting Personal Responsibility