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.
99% of all errors in writing are simple to fix. But, that’s also the reason that simple errors on your paper give such a bad impression. As a professor, I see errors on papers that could have been easily caught by simply proofreading the paper.
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.