Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Time management for students, part of Time Management Tips Weekly.
- All of us are students at some point,…whether it's in a formal classroom setting…or just going through a course like this.…However, for this video, I want to provide a few tips…that are helpful for people…who are full or part-time students.…The first is have a clear motive.…Now, there are many reasons why someone might go to school,…yet you might forget those in the hectic pace…of going between tests and classes.…Instead, take a moment and just think about it.…Why am I here and what do I want to get out of it?…And then write down a few thoughts…and put those thoughts in a place where you can see them.…
That will help dictate how you make choices with your time.…Second, have good sleep patterns.…Now, I know that it's common…to want to have a lot of fun while you're a student.…I'm not saying don't do that.…However, the more consistent you can be with your sleep,…the better off you will be.…So, if you can avoid changing…your sleep patterns on the weekend…and make sure that you get a consistent amount of sleep,…
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- Reducing interruptions
- Dealing with feeling overwhelmed
- Responding to quick questions
- Making the most of meetings
- Following up
- Implementing a closed door, open calendar policy
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