What the goal means: In times when it's hard to keep control and stay calm, stay calm. Getting angry will only make whatever the problem, worse. This goal will help kids, like me, who act way before they start to think about what they are doing. This goal helped me improve by not being as reactive as I used to be. I'm still working on this goal, but I know that I can achieve it. If you are easily annoyed or angry easily, this would be a great goal for you. It's hard, but don't let the little things provoke you. This goal can help a lot of people avoid drama and getting into things that you don't need to get into. This goal means: when you are in a place that you don't want to be in, find a way out of it by calming down.
Why the goal is important: Drama can ruin a school year for anyone and everyone who participates in it. Most drama starts because of an overreaction or exaggeration. In order to avoid letting these things affect you or starting these things for others, you need to stay calm and proactive. Working on this goal and trying to achieve it can get you to remind yourself more often that what others do now won't matter in the long run, but what you do now might. This goal will help you avoid things that make you upset or uncomfortable, and spend more time doing things that make you happy. If everyone had this as a daily goal, the world might change.