The Seven Deadly Character Development Sins Every Student Must avoid To gain success.
This coming school year all students will step on a school campus excited to learn, discover and be taught the needed skills to pass a state standardized test. Many willdo well on the test but fail in the test of life.
“This is a tragedy,” says Jamahl Keyes, student leadership trainer, Character development expert and top selling author. “It doesn’t matter how good a student does on a math, science or language arts test, if they do not have Character Development skills, they're not going tobe successful.”
Listed here arethe seven deadly Character Development sins every student must know to be successful:
Not being Trustworthy as a student, every student must know that trustworthiness is a Character Development trait that will open doors for them.
Not respecting yourself and other students, show me a student that doesn’t respect themselves, I’ll show you a student that doesn’t learn how torespect others.
Not Taking Responsibility as a student, we reside in a society where students and adults don’t take responsibility for their actions.
Not Caring for yourself and for other students in your class.
Not seeking and lookingto become a good citizen.
Not Pursuing excellence and pushing to become and do the best you can do.
Not Demonstrating integrity regardless of what situation arises.
Jamahl Keyes student leadership trainer, Character Development expert and top sellingauthor, has helpedthousands ofat-risk students learn the needed character development skills to be successful in school and corporate America. He’s been a junior high school teacher for 8 years anda violence prevention coordinator for Four years and has been a featured youth speaker and Teacher Professional Development trainer from coast to coast.