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Imagine yourself a year from now. What do you want your life to look and feel like? Be as descriptive and specific as possible. Write it as though it were already a reality.

- Plan of action (how can I make what I imagine a reality.)
My goal is to:
My personal plan for success
I’m going to class every day.
Me today 1 week 1 month 3 months 6 months me in 1 year

Positive Change Discussion:

Positive change means as he get a clear picture about the harmful effect of the bad habit he / she try to stop that bad habit and develop into a good one

Being successful as a student as a student you can make aware the people about the harmful effects of being a good person(student) or bad person(student)
being a student success in life, career, school he/she is learning about the various diseases ,how it is caused etc,so he/she can get rid of various bad habits thus can maintain a good health thus in turn make a healthy nation

  • English/Psychology -

    How much of this is your assignment? And how much of it is YOUR writing? Please clarify.

    Once you have separated the two, be sure to write in complete sentences with capital letters and punctuation in the right places.

    Then please re-post.

  • English/Psychology -

    For these questions I need my answer proofread and maybe add more!

    1. What is a Positive Change as being a successful student in college?

    Positive change means as he get a clear picture about the harmful effect of the bad habit he / she try to stop that bad habit and develop into a good one.

    2. What is being a student success in life, career, school?
    Being successful as a student as a student you can make aware the people about the harmful effects of being a good person(student) or bad person(student)?

    3. I need help answering this question below:

    I am a freshman in college at 23 yrs old majoring in Health Sciences.
    Imagine yourself a year from now. What do you want your life to look and feel like? Be as descriptive and specific as possible. Write it as though it were already a reality.

    - Plan of action (how can I make what I imagine a reality.)

  • English/Psychology -

    Let's start with the first one:

    1. What is a Positive Change as being a successful student in college?

    The question asks you about positive change and becoming a successful student, but you have written about negatives. Think differently.
    ~~ What GOOD things can you write about (positive things)?
    ~~ How will you know if a student is SUCCESSFUL (doing positive things)?

    Do not try to re-work what you have written. Start over and answer the questions I wrote above.

    Re-post when you're ready.

  • REPOST::English/Psychology -

    1. What is a Positive Change as being a successful student in college?

    How will you know if a student is SUCCESSFUL (doing positive things)?

    Positive Change for becoming a successful student in college involves getting a clear picture about the harmful effects of bad habits that you possess, and try to stop those bad habits from building on. Lasting changes in your student life are possible only if you work hard on them each day of your student life. Remember, it takes time for your efforts to bear fruit.
    Bad habits are not developed overnight, nor can you expect to end them in a single day. Common wisdom states that habits once formed cannot be broken. But if you wish to bring about positive change in your life, make sure that you work relentlessly on breaking away from bad habits.
    2. What GOOD things can you write about (positive things)?

    Take a step-wise approach to successfully break away from bad habits. The first would be to create a strong desire to end the bad habit. Habits have a tendency to stick around, and even if you have overcome them temporarily they can remain dormant for many years and could come back to overcome you in a weak moment. The second step is to get at the root cause of the habit. Once you know what caused your habit, you will find it easier to understand what's stopping you from getting rid of it. The last step is to stop blaming someone else for your bad habits and accept responsibility for your actions. All this will help you in actually replacing a bad habit with a good one.

  • English/Psychology -

    1. What is a Positive Change as being a successful student in college?

    How will you know if a student is SUCCESSFUL (doing positive things)?

    Positive Change for becoming a successful student in college involves getting a clear picture about the harmful effects of bad habits that you possess, and try to stop those bad habits from building on. Lasting changes in your student life are possible only if you work hard on them each day of your student life. Remember, it takes time for your efforts to bear fruit.
    Bad habits are not developed overnight, nor can you expect to end them in a single day. Common wisdom states that habits once formed cannot be broken. But if you wish to bring about positive change in your life, make sure that you work relentlessly on breaking away from bad habits.
    2. What GOOD things can you write about (positive things)?

    Take a step-wise approach to successfully break away from bad habits. The first would be to create a strong desire to end the bad habit. Habits have a tendency to stick around, and even if you have overcome them temporarily they can remain dormant for many years and could come back to overcome you in a weak moment. The second step is to get at the root cause of the habit. Once you know what caused your habit, you will find it easier to understand what's stopping you from getting rid of it. The last step is to stop blaming someone else for your bad habits and accept responsibility for your actions. All this will help you in actually replacing a bad habit with a good one.

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