Positive self talk is very important when it comes to your success in college. If you are always telling yourself that you won’t do well, eventually, you will start to believe that. Is your inner voice positive or negative? What thoughts dominate your mind when you sit down to study?
One of the biggest help request I receive from students is on the subject of time management. A lot of times students become surprised when I tell them, “don’t try to manage time, just try to be more productive”.
Sleep deprivation is a major problem among college students. A 2001 study revealed that 11% of college students have good sleep quality while 73% have sleep problems. This could lead to lower grades and even health problems. Why a good night sleep is so important?
Have you ever wonder if taking notes on your laptop is better than taking notes on paper? A group of researchers conducted an experiment to help you answer this question. Whether or not you will like their answer is a different story.
Here’s some added value for your college degree. A recent study from John Hopkins University concludes that educated brains are 7 times more likely to fully recover from moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries.