Question by  worker7346 (32)

How do you decide on a personal motto?

We have to create one for my Life Success class.


Answer by  Woowoo (49)

The easiest way to decide this is think of your personal values, your social values, and what really matters most to you on a daily personal level.


Answer by  smac972 (179)

A personal motto describes who you are alongside your appeal. It should capture what you'd like to offer others and what you'd expect from same. One motto, "Do your best" is excellent because not only does it say much about the motto owner, but also offers encouragement all around.


Answer by  elb (1105)

A personal motto should be a statement or a command. It should include the value, trait, or action that is most important to you, such as loyalty, generosity, or determination; it should be a noble characteristic. A motto should be brief but inspiring. Search online quotation collections for examples.


Answer by  Jonah14 (640)

Reflect on your life so far, see what has influenced you, decided what influences you want to accept and reject and set a goal.


Answer by  Dreamlight (856)

Just think of a word that you use all the time, and your overall personality. Then simply combine the two.


Answer by  claudia (249)

A personal motto should incorporate the group's ideas and beliefs. Doing this, it will describe the group and will help them continue to live life in the way they want.

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