Diana has been reading about life skills and has compiled a list of activities to see how organized and independent she is. Label them.
In the morning, I decide what activities I will do and how much time I need for them.
When I have to study something, I find a quiet place to be alone and study.
If I make a mistake, I always apologize.
When learning, I ask questions to understand the topics.
I often think about what I want in my life and plan steps towards achieving it.
I always clean my room and keep it reasonably tidy.
I wanted to work during the summer. I found a part-time job, applied for it, prepared for the interview and I got the job.
I know proper nutrition is important so I care what I eat. I also take regular physical exercise to keep in shape.
Last summer I visited my distant relatives in Canada. I prepared for the trip and followed my parents' instructions to be safe.
Demetrio has read a lot about goal-setting. He prepared guidelines for his friend who lacks direction. Put the jumbled guidlines in order.
If you set clear goals, you know what you want to achieve. And when you achieve a goal, you will feel proud, more self-confident, and motivated to set another goal. So, how do you set your goals?