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Updated: Sep 25, 2020

In the past week, I’ve been reminded twice to think back to “the why” I’m doing this OLCC program. One reminder came from someone else, and the other reminder was a reminder from me when coming up with the topic for a class paper. These reminders were very much welcome by me to bring me back to my overall goal and not lose sight of it. This also serves as a reminder to why having a goal is an impactful learning mechanism; specifically helping me to keep in my mind what it is that I hope to learn and be able to influence in the future.

Lastly, it is a reminder to me that others may need reminders time and again to keep them on track and stay true to themselves and what they’re trying to accomplish. This has re-energized me to achieve and re-validated my goal of becoming a coach.

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