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28 Timely Tips for a Better Overall Learning Experience, Better Performance and Grades
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Here are 28 smart ways to handle reading, projects, reports, papers, tests, and programs:
- ACT! Don’t give yourself the chance to fall behind
- Make learning and staying ahead of the pack a lifelong priority – but try to make it as fun as possible
- Think about what you want to accomplish and what you want to do in life
- Focus on your goals and objectives and what you want
- Show up! Just be there – the office, boardroom, your home, classroom, library, gym
- Do your homework completely. Stay ahead at work and school. If you don’t get some type of assignment regularly, start to worry
- Do not slack off
- JUST DO IT! Learn regularly (daily!). Make it a habit! Just another part of your day
- Create comfortable places to learn, read, and study
- Read chapters, books, manuals, and magazines as they are assigned or become important
- Challenge your mind. Without struggle there's no progress. Go for more
- If you need help, seek out managers, coaches, teachers, professors, teaching assistants, counselors, and students that can assist you, now! WARNING: Choose carefully! The wrong selection can destroy you
- Put learning on automatic. Set up a regular study time (daily!) to study and review material. Remember a stitch in time saves nine
- Plan. Determine what type of career path and grades you want now
- Be prepared! Don’t let deadlines, projects, tests, papers, and programs sneak up on you
- Act now! Stop waiting until the last minute to learn, read, or study
- Gather all materials needed for reports, projects, tests, and papers, now
- Quit stalling the process of writing reports, papers, and programs – use an outline to simplify the process
- Pick the right job, clients, and classes. Select only things that will help you grow and graduate. Get the proper knowledge, experience, and background to move forward in your career, studies, and life
- Be an early bird. Get to work or school early. Being late can be a distraction
- Join the team, association(s), or study group, if you believe it will help you
- Surround yourself with positive people (managers, coworkers, students, friends, teachers, coaches, tutors), activities (associations, clubs, organizations), and things (anything that can help you become a better learner – the right brief case, book bag, comfortable shoes, flash cards, computerized devices, tape recorders)
- Avoid distractions – stay away from people, activities, places, and things that lead you down the wrong path
- Enjoy life. That right, have fun! Remember all work and no play is bad for you :)
- Get energized. Eat at regular intervals – breakfast, lunch, dinner. Food is fuel. It fires you up. Stop running on empty
- Hungry people learn slower. Your brain must compete with all of your other bodily functions for energy. So eat!
- Sleep is important too. Without the proper rest, learning is impaired – focus, concentration, quality, output. I can show you 15 Secrets to a Good Night’s Sleep
- Live. Remember that there’s more to life than work and school. Take care of business first then explore your passions. Yes, you can do it!
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