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Describe a person who encouraged you to achieve a goal (IELTS Cue Card May to Aug 2019)

Describe a person who encouraged you to achieve a goal
Posted: May 29, 2019 at 2:55 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

– What this person is                  – What this person encourage you to do                     – What this person have help
And explain why this encouragement help you to achieve the goal

I believe that everyone has that special person who always supports and encourages you to become better. For me that person is my mum.

I was pretty good at school but somehow that didn’t translate to good performance at work, at least when I first started working. I thought it was because I hadn’t found the true calling, that one line of profession that really suits me.

So, there was a period of time during which I changed jobs rather frequently. You know, it’s not easy being a newbie in a field, you have to start from scratch, work hard but earn little. During this whole time, my mum was nothing but supportive, she didn’t even complain at all. And I am really thankful for that, because in my country when you’ve graduated from college you’re expected to have a stable job and support your family immediately. My mum was generous and let me experiment with whatever I felt like doing for some years. Without her financial and emotional support, it’s likely that I would be doing something that I have no interest in just to make ends meet.

You know, it’s pretty cool having a mum like that.

Part 3

  • Is it important for teenagers to have goals?

Goal-setting is a part of self-management, and it helps your teen increase self-awareness and builds self-esteem. As your high-schooler continues to grow and become more independent, their ability to set and work toward goals becomes even more important to their future success.

  • What do you think would encourage young children to learn more?

Learning how to set goals is an important life skill for teensTeens who have goals are less likely to wander aimlessly through life. Instead, they’ll be motivated to work hard to reach their greatest potential. Teenage goals don’t have to be life-altering.

  • How should we encourage children?

One way to encourage students and teach them responsibility is to get them involved in the classroom. Make participating fun by giving each student a job to do.

  • How could we make children interested in things that they don’t have interest?
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