Decision-Making Made Easy

You see a decision looming on the horizon. It haunts your dreams and keeps you from sleeping. What if you make the wrong choice? What if another path reveals itself and now you have three choices to choose from? Don’t fret! Decisions can be simple to make if you use an appropriate method of evaluation.

Grab a sheet of paper and a pen and let’s get started!

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Schedule Your Stress Away

The time has come for spring semester classes to start, and like most students, I have spent the week denying winter break is over.

 Professors and instructors often use this week to read syllabi and outline course requirements. Students, in turn, put off buying books and reading assignment schedules. While chances are nothing will be due until the next week, or maybe later than that, I want to encourage students to get organized now to avoid stress in the future.

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No Time Like the Present: Tips on Time Management

One of the most difficult tasks facing college students today is time management. There seems to be no shortage of responsibilities but a huge shortage of time. Between balancing classes, homework, internships, jobs, studying, and a social life, it’s no wonder the average student can so easily become overwhelmed. Taking Charge: Your Education, Your Career, Your Life offers several resources for students who struggle with time management and focus.

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