For the student who has too much on their mind, this post is dedicated to you…
In any given week think about the amount of lists you produce of things that need to get done. What’s the issue here? Unless it’s built around a schedule that works for you, you’ll forget about the lists and you won’t get these things done. I’ve emphasized on here before about limiting distractions. While this is an ideal concept, it’s nearly impossible for those with family and work obligations. I sugggest giving into the distraction from time to time to be more constructive.
For those looking for inspiration try 43 Folders. It’s a snarky site with great information to really get your creative mind in gear. Say you’re having issues coming up with talking points. Type into their search something on that topic and check out the results. If the perfect answer doesn’t come up, don’t be shy about posting your own question. Think of it as an intellectual Yahoo! Answers. It’s another way to gain perspective, and a different viewpoint.
By: J. Mason
Ready When You Are
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