When a student graduates from high school, it is often considered a very great milestone, as they venture into their adult lives. As a person who promotes critical thinking educations and social entrepreneurship. I’ve listed a few questions that I think every high school graduate should tackle their minds around, before they leap into adulthood, and the world.
1) What's your game plan to build your credit score, and how will you avoid being in debt moving forward?
2) What's the most important thing you learned in high school, and how will you apply it to life moving forward?
3) List three mistakes you will avoid, that most make after their graduation?
4) What is your immediate goal for the rest of the year, and if things don't work out according to plan, what is your alternate action?
5) What activities, or which individuals do you need to avoid, to have a better chance of accomplishing your next goal? (Why exactly should you avoid these activities or these individuals?)
6) How will you recognize and avoid temptation, and peer pressure, moving forward?
7) How will you self-educate yourself moving forward?
8) How will you make, a save money, moving forward?
9) What resources are available for you to aid you in reaching your next goal?
10) What have you learned about social entrepreneurship, and critical thinking, and how will you apply it to your life moving forward?
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