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Rocks, Pebbles, and Water

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Sara Johnson

on 5 September 2013

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Transcript of Rocks, Pebbles, and Water

Rocks, Pebbles, & Water
Your rock priorities are your responsibilities in life that you have to do in order to progress in life. The description of a rock is something that is hard and sturdy, much like the responsibilities we are given as teenagers. These responsibilities will change as you get older and will involve more time and more work.
The pebbles of your life consist of things that you enjoy doing and would like to make time for. These activities are not mandatory and you chose to do them upon your own free will.
The water portion of your priorities consists of activities that you enjoy doing, but do not feel the need to schedule for. These activities are mostly things you do be default or feel as if you do as part of a routine.
Determine Your Priorities
Determining what your priorities are will help you better organizer yourself in the future. Using this study skill will help you better progress when you are looking towards high school, college, or a career.
Your Rocks, Pebbles, and Water
1. Make a list of TEN activities you do on a daily basis.

2. Categorize them as rock, pebble, or water activities.

**Rocks - things you have to do in order to progress in life
**Pebbles - things that you enjoy doing and want to make time for
**Water - activities you do by default, or because they are routine
A priority is something that is more important than another. There are three kinds of priorities. You have priorities that are mandatory, that you must do, and priorities that you enjoy doing, so you try make time for them. Lastly, there are the priorities that you enjoy doing, but you don't feel the need to schedule for. These are called the rocks, pebbles, and water of life.
School Clubs
Video Games
Watching TV
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