Tip of the Day

Five Time Management Tips to Lower Your Stress

By Liz Ryan
Forbes

Time-management techniques let you get more done at home and in school, but I like them for another reason. When you have a handle on your day and you know that you’re doing exactly what you should be doing nearly all the time, that knowledge also lowers your stress level! Think of your time-management activities as tools to help you get through your busy day and week with the lowest stress level possible.

Tip of the Day: Keep Practicing and Rehearsing What You’ve Learned

What Millennials Can Learn About Motivation From Newton’s Law of Motion

By Tori Utley
Forbes

Fighting the ebb and flow of motivation can be one of the hardest battles an entrepreneurial millennial can face. Growing up in the age of startup culture, our schedules have gotten busier. Since “startup” does not always equate to “livable income,” many millennials are left working multiple jobs, managing busier schedules, and running towards goals faster than ever before.

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4 Steps to Build New Habits & Hit Your Goals

By Katharina Cavano
Business2Community

45% of Americans make a New Year’s Resolution each year….and only 8% of them are actually successful in achieving those resolutions. Before you lose all hope of attaining your resolution, we’re sharing some of our tips and tricks on building powerful (and healthy) habits and hold yourself accountable on all those goals you set for yourself, from the simple to the lofty.

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Why You Should Use a Net Price Calculator for School

By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews at APUS

One of the most useful tools accessible to students is the Net Price Calculator (NPC).  This is a great tool to use when assessing the total out-of-pocket costs associated with the school of your choice. They are much more accurate than just looking at total tuition costs because they factor in many other pieces of financial information.

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