Values, Standards, and Principles
By: Rutuja Joshi, P2
I will enjoy my personal life by spending time with my friends.
I will find oppurtinites to use my natural talents including dancing, humor, sarcasm, and learning things quickly.
I will apply to Columbia University and move to New York City.
I will one day have a happy family, be successful, have a good group of friends, graduate from an Ivy League with a Master's degree, be happy and feel acclomplished.
I will have my friends and fmaily remember me as humorous and someone with a great personality.
I will make my future contribution my abillity to make people happy.
I will stop procrastinating and start working on being more intelligent, being more social, and being happier.
I will strive to incorporate humour, acceptance, compassion, and perserverance into my life.
I will try to renew myself by focusing on being more faithful to God, being healthier, studying more, and being more care-free/happy.
Values- one's judgement of what is truly important in their life
My core values are the following:
- Family- To spend quality time with my family
- Friends- To build, strengthen and preserve personal friendships
- Financial Resources- secure the resources to support my short and long-term financial goals
- Only do what you want to do, not what your friends want you to do.
- Do not forget failure. Take advantage of good oppurtunities.
- Things are the way they are. Do not dwell in the bad experiences of life. Accept them, and move on with your head held high.
- Step outside of yourself and take note of the things you are doing. Make sure the acts are good, and not bad or harmful
- Take care of yourself first. Be positive and happy with the person you are.
Standard- morally correct and acceptable behavior
- Be the person you want to be. Volunteer, study, have fun.
- Have integrity and do not cheat your way through things.