After a year battling with the ‘paper rush’ syndrome, I finally had moved on to my next path of my education path. So that leaves me with some time to volunteer! and yes, this time round I am at Bukit View Secondary for an event about self management for students, which ultimately will lead them to success and move on to the next step of their education level.
Start saying HELLO to the class of 3E2 of 2011 in Bukit View Secondary!
It all starts off with a single and simple question – Are you stressed?
To counter that, we had a simple activity – Laugh it off!
Be cheerful every single day of your life! – Start your day off with a joke or two.
Stress often shows its attributes and weaknesses, learn to identify and tackle the problem. Its not all about avoiding the problem.
Learning in progress to handle daily problems. Is it because of some prioritization mishaps contributing to your stress load? The students find out!
Can you crush the can? 2 students find out why some cans are harder to crush and some habits are die hard!
How much can you fit in? Will the items flow out? How do you know you ran out of time? How do you make use your time wisely?
Sometimes there is things in your boundary which you can control – It’s not always fate that determines everything.
Volunteers from TRYBE contributing to this event. (Hats off!)
The students had learnt many self management skills which some I could not disclose due to copyright reasons and I hope to see them to be successful endeavors someday!
Your final results at the end of the day is not due to fate, but rather boundaries which you could control!
Thanks to Mirabel, Keith and other facilitators who had worked with me for this event.