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Determination

Our Character Word of the Month for March is . . .

“Determination”

 

Determination – Determination is focusing your energy and efforts on a particular task and then sticking with it until it is finished.  It is using your willpower to do something even when it isn’t easy.

  • Keep going even if it gets difficult
  • Ask for help when I need it
  • Set goals for myself
  • Focus my full attention on what I am doing
  • Resist distractions
  • Finish what I start

 

Determinación – Es enfocar nuestra energía y esfuerzo en un trabajo particular hasta terminarlo.

  • Continúo haciendo lo que necesito hacer aunque parezca difícil.
  • Pido ayuda cuando la necesito.
  • Establezco mis propias metas.
  • Enfoco toda mi atención en lo que hago.
  • Evito las distracciones.
  • Termino lo que comienzo.
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