When working toward college success; it is important to implement a plan, and understand the relationship between personal responsibility and academic success. The two both require independent studies. One must come to the realization that college success and personal responsibility both have a serious need for dedication and time. The combinations of the two go hand in hand. Juggling both may seem like a challenge for one, but surely can be concord if one decides to create a preliminary plan. One must concentrate on the amount of academic focus that will be required; consider extra curriculum activities, teacher conferences, plus individual and team collaborative study time. One must also know how much time will be needed in each area before prioritizing to insure a positive outcome. Implementing time management is a huge factor when one is creating their preliminary plan.
Time management is of great significance to your personal life and career success. It teaches you how to manage your time effectively and make the most of it. “Time management, like wellness, is a personal responsibility. The more personal responsibility that we assume, the higher the level we can obtain in both areas.”(Osman, 2006).There are three easy steps to implementing time management: First, one must create a set schedule, including personal day plans in addition to academic responsibilities. Second one must meet deadlines to meet overall academic standards. Thirdly, one must simply follow through in order to reach the goal of being personally responsible. Time management means everything when dealing with personal responsibility. Zimmer (2006) study found the