I’ve always prided myself on doing well in life, especially as an adult. I have always loved growing, developing, and knowledge. Gosh, becoming a good student has been at the forefront. Now, fast forward to accepting being an adult, a mother, and an employer, I am so grateful that I’ve always been a good student.
I enjoy starting at point A and following the growth and progress to point B and beyond. Starting from scratch or with experience helps me to grow and continue to improve both my life and the lives of people with whom I share my energy.
I tell myself and people around me that I’m a good student and that I immerse myself in the subject matter, the tools, and the experiences necessary to learn and advance. Without learning, my soul would suffer; as creatures of growth and expansion, we should not confine ourselves to reliving the past or worrying about the future. We must live, learn, develop, and be in the moment.
All this discussion of good students made me consider what makes a good student: A good student is one who can collaborate with others, inspire others, and produce worthwhile results. An excellent student possesses the qualities of positivity, assistance, cooperation, and friendliness. Such students grow up to be excellent team players and leaders.
They adore learning and are passionate about expanding their knowledge, growing, and developing.
Characteristic of a Good Student | Leadership Consulting
Do you have some of these characteristics of a good student? What further qualities come to mind? Do you excel in all that you do?
• Growth Mindset
• Consistency & Persistent
• Embraces Failures
• Sets Goals
• Connects learning to life
• Looks After their Mental Health
• Partners with Teachers, Coaches, Support Resources, etc.
• Values Growth
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