If there is one thing that has a common majority of CEOs, it is that they broke their asses to achieve what they have. But what if they simplify their ethics of work in one, the philosophy that they can share with the world? Well, some of them did it. And as a student, the application of these concepts may not only raise your grades, but also make you a happier person
"The last thing I do every night is to make a clear, planned action plan for the next day."
Scheduling the next day (or weeks, if you are me) is not only good to set priorities, but also to improve performance. When you wake up knowing exactly what you need to do, you are likely to do these things-otherwise you'll probably spend more time if you're on Facebook, not knowing what to do with yourself
"Focus on one task or one meeting at a time."
Even if your multitasking permission makes all your friends jealous, it may not always be the best option for their use. Too much of your opinion might be more distractions than anything, and you might miss a lot of important details when you're not fully at the moment. When you have a lot on your plate, you take the task one by one, and give each one your full attention
" Your success will be
Changes are inevitable; some changes are such obstacles that can be rebouncing and others like brick walls that you want to leave. But no matter what, adapting to change is a vital skill for the master
If you have a big change in your life, it's important to take some time and prepare for it. Ask yourself the following questions:
The students learn all the time. Yeah, right? But be aware of this: lecture halls and laboratories are not the only place where you should learn. Every experience and opportunity should be a learning experience. And even if you're just sitting behind a bus or a laundromat, ask your internal Sherlock Holmes and watch your life; you never know what new, inspiring things you will find when you look good on things
You've never been too old or successful to ask questions, especially when the world is constantly changing. Not ever
Okay, maybe 500 pages are in large part, but the idea is still standing: reading every day is a good way not only to increase your knowledge, but also to get a respite from less exciting school textbooks. Bearing in mind that every day of working with a class is a good idea, but not to disregard non-academic materials. Read what you're interested in, if it's epic fiction, it's not a clear modern anthology
"There are the priorities and dimensions of your life, how you are integrating them-the way you find true happiness."
Everybody tells young adults that we have to "find a balance" in life, even as it happens. Sometimes it seems impossible, but the key to balancing our lives is the choice of priorities. What do you want now? What can wait? Do you really want your friends to be in the movie tonight when you have a final appointment in two days, or can you do it after you've turned him in? It's a good place to use the whole "plan of the day."
" I always did what was
It may be scary to get out of your comfort zone, but to try new things is a really important part of growth and learning. No matter how much you study and prepare, you'll never be 100% ready for something, especially if it's your first time. It's a fact, and that's the fact that you have to face, or you'll be standing all your life. If you are on the stage to try and try a new haircut, you need to relax, breathe and go to it; you will never know how it will be until you try. Don't forget to believe in yourself. I know you can do it!
If none of the people mentioned here should have followed their hearts, they would not be on the list. You must do what makes you happy for a long time-if your career dream requires two years of studying advanced calculations, then go to it. It's gonna suck, but then you'll be thanking yourself for being through integrals like a champion. And if you change your mind or find a new passion, don't worry. You'll think the perfect way to achieve your new goal and pursue it with the same energy as you can. Put you in these efforts
* Views expressed in respect of the author, and not necessarily for the "Student life" or their partners
Rebecca Tunney is studying anthropology at the University of Toronto in Mississauga. She is an ambitious writer, a vocalist, when necessary, a cupcake and a jack of all trades, but teaching something