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In short, textbook reading can often be a pretty big waste of time. However, these assholes — I mean, thorough educators — are few and far in between. At the same time, I was still juggling a full course load and 20 hours a week at my job. What did I gain from all this? My time was always taken up by something. All the time I wanted to be spending with friends was already dedicated to meetings, projects, work, or other previously scheduled things. Sure, I got a bunch of stuff to put on resume, but none of it necessarily helped me get any closer to my goals.
I just wanted to impress people. Do things because they get you closer to your goals, or because you like to do them. In high school, your email account may not have held much importance to you; it was probably a landing zone for nothing more than spam, Runescape updates, and more spam. Your email is a critical communications channel, and important people in all different parts of your life are going to use it to contact you especially your school.
This is mind-bogglingly stupid; schools will send important information about classes, critical dates, events, and more to your email. Keeping your inbox clean can be like a fight with a hydra that keeps sprouting more heads every minute Being a Resident Assistant, or RA, is one of the best ways to get yourself through school on the cheap.
RA positions typically include a free room and meal plan, so getting one basically cuts your college expenses in half. An RA is basically the caretaker of their community. Part of your job is just making sure their transition to college is a smooth one — you answer any questions they may have, put up bulletin boards to let them know about campus resources and events, and make sure everything is going just peachy.
You also plan events for the house that let students come together and meet new people. Other duties might involve sitting at the hall desk, sorting mail and packages, and doing other odd jobs.
The other big part of being an RA is carrying the big stick. So it this a position for you? The answer is a definite maybe. Can you take care of a community, be a resource, and provide support to students that need it?
Are you comfortable with confronting situations and being assertive? Can you deal with being restricted to your hall on certain nights? If so, the benefits are pretty awesome. It really helped me out when I was an RA. Remember that Michael Jordan guy? Yeah, he was pretty good at basketball. However, on the court, he was unstoppable. He was the very best, like no one ever was. Now think of your dad. He probably also played baseball, football, cops and robbers, tag, and fried ants with his magnifying glass.
The difference between these two people is easy to tell; one of them did one thing and became amazing at it, the other did lots of things and never became amazing at any of them. Students — especially the success-minded ones — tend take on commitments by the boatload. They think that the more things they fill their resumes with, the better. Hardly anyone remembers the people in history who were the Jacks-of-all-trades with a few exceptions ; no, the ones we remember are the ones who found one passion stuck to it.
For those of you who have heard me give the advice to never pass up opportunities — especially those of you who live by it — this can be a tough pill to swallow. So, feel free to take opportunities and do a wide range of things, but keep in mind that there should be only one or two things that are your true focuses — the things that take up most of your time.
Make sure to make time for them. Most students spend hours per week sitting in class, and countless more doing homework and studying, but take almost no time to get out and meet people. Even though making connections is essential for success, they spend all their time on the what rather than the who. While the material you learn in class is important, you set the path for the rest of your life by getting out and networking.
Near the end of my freshman year, I was bored in class one day and decided to check Twitter. As I scrolled through the tweets in my feed, I noticed one from the business college advertising a leadership conference put on by Principal Financial Group. On a whim, I signed up. Later, I got notification that I was accepted, and headed out to Des Moines for the conference. I learned a ton of valuable stuff, including professional dress tips, interviewing tips, and presentation strategies.
However, the most valuable thing that came out of this experience was getting hooked up with a mentor. We ended up having a lot in common, and I was able to impress him with my IT experience.
Over the next few months we met up several times to talk about tech and look at the goals I had. Through this mentorship, I was able to nab a nice scholarship and an internship from The Principal. Lesson to learn here: You really have no idea what can come of it. Unless you have parents who are both rich enough and nice enough to pay for your college, you probably spent a good amount of your time during the last two or three years of high school looking for scholarships.
I certainly did; I think I ended up applying for 30 or 40 off of Fastweb before I graduated. I think scholarships for college-aged students may even be easier to win than those meant for high schoolers; this is because not as many college students know know about these scholarships, and not as many have crazy parents hounding them to apply.
Need some more prodding? You can find scholarships from a variety of sources. You can drastically cut down on the time it takes you to apply for multiple scholarships by using smart tactics, including:. You can find national scholarship opportunities at sites like Fastweb and Cappex. Lots of suggestions and tips will be thrown at you like speeding dodge-balls intent on leaving a large dent in your cranium.
My friend Martin has a great example of a personal website. Here just a few reasons why you need one:. I actually used to receive cold calls from recruiters who had run across my website. After building several of my own websites, I wrote a complete guide that goes through the process step-by-step:. This 5-step guide will help you create your own website to show off your skills and impress recruiters. For me, getting homework and reading done is a real challenge. I found out something very interesting: Your brain only has a certain amount of mental resources, so you can only keep yourself disciplined internally for so long.
Not only that, but using an internal mental mechanism for staying focused takes up resources that could be dedicated to actually working. This is why externalization is such a great idea — it keeps all your mental resources free to be applied to your homework.
So now the trick is to figure out how to externalize your discipline. My favorite way to do this is to use the Pomodoro Technique. Basically, you put a timer in front of you and set it for 25 minutes. For that minute period, you do nothing but the task at hand. In that period of time, you can let nothing distract you — not your phone, friends, girlfriend, or any random violent revolutions taking place outside.
Once that period of time is over, you can allow yourself a break. Getting things done isn't always easy, but there are ways you can improve your productivity. However, doing this can result in some pretty silly-looking sentences, like this one:. Living under the thumb of your old English teacher is no way to live at all. Not only that, but writing conversationally will make people more likely to actually read what you publish. You know the old mantra: Dorm rooms are set up for comfort.
This is all good, but it probably ends up turning your room into distraction central. Alright, so now you should answer this question: If you answered yes, then it should be obvious to you that the best study environment would be the one that lacks any of these things. Your room is not such a place.
Different people have different study preferences, so the optimal place for you will be decided by your specific style of studying. That said, I do have some suggestions. The library is probably the place most people think of when it comes to choosing study spots, and for good reason.
There are few other places that have so much to offer when it comes to different styles of studying. As you go up and deeper into the tiers, the environment seems to get quieter and lonelier.
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