Shawn Piper/ Class 4: Life Management Skills

105. How would you define your life management skills? Good. I set times aside for exercise, studies, personal times, making sure to do what I say and saying what I’m going to do. Those around me can vouch that I’m a man of my word. I’ve always been that way, even before my incarceration. 106…. Read More

James Hunt/ Class 4: Life Management Skills

105. How would you define your life management skills? I recognize that they’ve been bad at times. I procrastinate and do not get give 10%. But I am changing that. In the past it was easier to given an excuse than an effort. I am being honest here, and no I have no more excuse… Read More

Manuel Chavez/ Class 4: Life Management Skills

105. How would you define your life management skills? I have unique skills and capabilities. It started in high school and ended all most forever after graduation. You see, I’ve always have wanted to become a mechanical engineer. During high school I could have joined the USAF but, my father said ‘no’. I then went… Read More

Billy Sigler / Class 4: Life Management Skills

105. How would you define your life management skills? I would define my life management skills as the skills you use every day to manage our lives. Like everything we do–our hygiene, our diet, our workouts. Our jobs that employ us. They are all examples of life management skills. Even our relationships that we have… Read More

Kalani Lautele/ Class 4: Life Management Skills

105. How would you define your life management skills? My life management skills has improved a lot since my incarceration.  There’s still room for improvements.  It’s challenging managing life skills in prison.  The prison environment puts many obstacles in front of those who strive for success upon release.  With the adversities to managing life skills… Read More

Walter Samuel/ Class 4: Life Management Skills

105. How would you define your life management skills? The word of God. It has bought me out the wilderness where I have been for so many years… 106. What types of decisions influence how you will emerge from prison? When I decided to live for the lord and seek him for wisdom. That is… Read More

Maurice Finley / Accountability Logs

Greetings! View my Accountability Logs to follow my progress: Maurice Finley, February 2012 Accountability Log Maurice Finley, November 2011 Accountability Log

Maurice Finley / Certificates of Completion

Greetings, This message is to quickly say “Hello” to everyone involved with the MICHAEL G. SANTOS FOUNDATION. I also would like to say “Thank you” to everyone involved with the MICHAEL G. SANTOS FOUNDATION for providing a positive platform for incarcerated inmates to take the initiative to better their lives. Also to give us inmates… Read More

Michael Santos – CLASS 4 – LIFE MANAGEMENT SKILLS

105. How would you define your life management skills?: I define life management skills as the resources a man can draw upon to reach his highest potential. In order to reach his highest potential, he must have a clear vision in mind that enables him to advance with deliberate purpose. The more thought he gives… Read More

Thomas Ross / Class 4: Life Management Skills

105. How would you define your life management skills? My understanding of life management skills lead me to conclude that they empower an individual to reach his highest potential. The skills enable the individual to make good decisions that advance progress toward clearly defined goals and achievement. With each achievement comes a deeper sense of… Read More

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