College Students and Distractions
When I first started University (5 years ago) there were fewer laptops and smart phones around campus. If someone was taking notes in class it was through old fashioned pen and paper. Granted, a few people would lug around laptops (Dell seemed to be popular at the time). Professors told me about their own college experience writing papers involving real books, hours at the library going through...
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It is your work in life that is the ultimate seduction.”— Pablo Picasso
6 Killer Tasks Students Should Accomplish Before... →
The middle of September is upon us and the work is starting to pile up. How do you keep that motivation? It’s incredibly easy to mark your pages, set the work aside to do later, and forget about its deadline coming up in a couple days. Getting off to a productive start in the morning is a fantastic way to keep meeting your goals. By the time lunch rolls around you’ve already...
There is no security in life, only opportunity.”— Mark Twain
Easy Ways to Get More Reading Done →
For many, school is back in full swing and that means lots (and lots) of reading. In a few short weeks a stack of books on your shelf needs to be read closely, marked with notes, and reformed into essays, projects, and presentations. Daniel Wong, author of The Happy Student tells us his top 10 ways to cracking open those books.
Passion is the genesis of genius”—Tony Robbins
You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make...
Become the Best Version of Yourself By Renee Masur September is here. For as many September’s as I can remember, this time of year always felt like the New Year’s of the fall. It’s the time to get organized, set goals, and promise yourself that this year will be different and more productive than the last. “No, I really mean it, this year will be different.” And every year I really do mean it,...