We live in a world that is constantly telling us what to do in order to succeed. Some of the advice is really good – but much of it is vague and just brings more noise into our already noisy life. In this post, I am going to explore 5 ways I’ve found to manage my online and work life in a healthy way.
Each semester thousands of students enroll at a university, choose their courses, and head over to the campus bookstore to get everything they need for their upcoming semester. What they don’t know is that they are often paying up to 200% of the price of their textbook.
My second year in college was really the first time I began to question how I approached my learning. In many ways, it was a pivotal year where all the right ingredients came together. I realized that the “study-really-hard-and-have-no-life” plan didn’t work for me. If I wanted to master college, I would have to start experimenting with my own learning style.
Truth #1: You Have a Photographic Memory: For college students, memorizing information is a necessary evil. Whether it’s main points for a textbook chapter, an outline for an essay exam, or case law for the law student, memorizing is just a part of everyday life.