Managing my activity performance has not been a challenging task for me, as I can successfully follow necessary evaluation patterns, keep records of my progress, and remain aware of my productivity. My self-observation and self-goal setting scores are especially high, reaching 14 points each. Such scores typically demonstrate that necessary focus on task performance is present, allowing the individual to establish both short-term and long-term targets. After that, I am moderately good at implementing cueing strategies, such as reminders and work organization, as well as arranging task rehearsals. My Cues Exercise reveals that I often use positive cues, namely workplace signs and peer socialization, to focus on relevant goals.
Nevertheless, it is difficult for me to maintain the necessary level of self-reward, as I tend not to recognize my achievements with pleasant benefits. Rewarding one’s accomplishments is a vital procedure to be maintained for efficient self-leadership. My time prioritization is mostly sufficient, allowing me to distribute my working, studying, and volunteering activities in consideration of other daily routines.