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Month: December 2017

The Secret Of Higher Education

Change can involve excitement and looked at as a great opportunity or be scary and as the worst thing that can happen. Whether it is a good or bad experience is contingent on a person’s attitude. Regardless of how it is experienced, normalizing change is the pathway to a fulfilled life.

A baby’s first steps are shaky, but eventually result in a flop. Moving from middle school to high school for the first time is something to look forward to, but upper classmen can be intimidating. Leaving home to go to college means freedom and independence, but also the potential for homesickness, intimidation with arrogant professors, and hard-to-get-along-with roommates. Day one on the first real job is the start of a new chapter in life, but feeling totally stupid is common.

The aforementioned experiences are a common pathway for students pursuing higher education. Real change begins by making difficult choices. After getting to high school, will the student respond appropriately or react negatively to bullies and gossipers? Are the challenges of pursuing higher education leaned into rather than avoided or denied? Does the fear of asking questions and false pride dictate how the new job goes?

Tough choices continue as life goes on. Mel Robbins, author of The 5 Second Rule attributes that personally coming out of bankruptcy and heavy drinking began with a process of counting backwards 5-4-3-2-1 to launch out of bed in the morning. The story is mainly about a desperate need for change of direction in her life by ignoring feelings and making a commitment to act on improving. Mel claims the seemingly insignificant process of counting 5-4-3-2-1 and launching out of bed instead of hitting the snooze button began the road to recovery that led to being one of the top speakers in the world.

The key to Mel’s success is being smart about what needs done and taking the action to do it by not giving in to what feels comfortable. Another bad guy is analysis paralysis that involves too much thinking eventually resulting in talking yourself out of doing anything. Although the research varies, many would agree it takes at least 21 days to create a habit. The time leading up to creating a habit is hard because change is a challenge! Failed New Year’s resolutions are ongoing proof.

An accompanying bad guy to analysis paralysis is cognitive distortion. Cognitive distortions are simply ways the mind convinces itself of something that isn’t really true. The inaccurate thoughts reinforce negative thinking. The tricky part is, a rationale is built around the false ideas. Following are some common distortions people use:

Pessimism – amplifying the negative while filtering out the positive.

Helplessness – feeling helpless over what happens in life.

Overgeneralization – basing an opinion on a single piece of evidence.

Blaming – “it’s not my fault, you don’t understand.”

Emotional reasoning – feelings are automatically indicative of what is true.

Attempts to change are unlikely with dominant cognitive distortions. That’s why The 5 Second Rule is so effective in completing a predetermined decision. The only thing to think about is repeating the 5 second count down to take action. Distortions based on feelings or over thinking are to be ignored.

Answering five questions serves as additional help in determining when and how to change:

Where are you? Take an honest and objective look at your status right now physically, emotionally, relationally, mentally (academically), spiritually, and financially.

Where are you going and why? Write down dreams and get a vision and purpose to stay focused.

Who are you? Know every person is talented, gifted, and destined for great things. The hardest person to convince of that is you.

What are you doing that matters? Pay it forward.

When and how are you going to start the changes needed to be smart about higher education and live a life that matters?

Begin using The 5 Second Rule: 5-4-3-2-1, start answering these questions now!

How To Solve Math Problem During College

Many people encounter turbulence on the path to completing their education, and math disciplines are some of the most difficult one that often cause people to experience this. However, we no longer live in a bubble where the only help to be had must come from a next door neighbor or a teacher or older student at school. Statistics math homework help is readily available on the world wide web, and is one of the most useful services a person can contract if he or she is having problems with either of these subjects.

There is no reason to suffer through a semester or two of really not understanding anything. Or, worse, a person who needs but does not seek help may end up failing a class and reducing their grade point average, plus the hit to self-esteem that this type of experience brings about. This is why it is so important for people to be self-aware and to seek out help when they need it.

This is not an admittance of weakness, this is a practice of strength. It is hard to admit when we don’t know something, and even harder still to do something about it.

Better Sooner than Later

The sooner a person contracts statistics math homework help, the sooner they can get back to the subjects they love the most without the fear and hassle of math creeping up and interrupting their plans when they really can excel at other things.

It is, of course, important for everyone to master basic statistics and math, and some people have to struggle more at this than others. Some people, in fact, seem to have been born knowing. However, what’s important is for every person to do the best he or she can, and that often involves asking for help. It’s best to do this as soon as a person knows that he or she is having trouble or will experience trouble in the near future.

We don’t live in a slow paced world. On the contrary, we live in a very fast paced world, and as soon as we notice a problem we need to act on it. Otherwise, problems mount up, like sand on the sea shore, and are harder to work out when they are all piled on top of each other.

It can be crucial to seek help right when you need it

In almost any challenge, there are people out there who can help us along the way if and when we get stuck. This is a principle as old as human existence, and implies that we humans have not evolved intended to achieve most things on our own, but, on the contrary, have evolved to achieve most things by drawing on the different strengths of a number of different people.

In the distant past, we would run and hunt animals together, cook together, raise children together, and do almost every act necessary for the betterment of our society together with others. Today, while tasks are more specialized and the rewards are often individual, an undercurrent of collective benefit still runs through our activities, in many of the things that we do.

Seeking help from others whenever we encounter one of our own weaknesses is a human right that we have to exercise so that we can all be better, whether it is in math, cooking, or flying to outer space.

How To Be Creative During College Life

B School (Business School) is a university-level institute that provides the degree in management or business administration courses at graduate and master level programme. Whenever a successful businessman reveals his success secrets it begins with his b-school campus life. A campus life that offers the perfect blend of education and business. It sustains professional conducts and creates practical learning experience to embrace the core basics of the management. B-school campus life has a huge impact on the students’ life on the interpersonal and professional conduct. To provide practical learning towards management and related subjects.

With changing business environment, evolving companies are demanding more than the graduates- the creative thinker and the creative leaders. Significantly, management conventions are putting their best to cater the needs of the companies. The focus is more on practical experience with the detailed knowledge of management studies. The campus life ensures this notion with the advancement in studies and technical expertise and thus, become the practical life training institute.

The class lectures in training institute are combined with the numbers of functional aspects. It includes learning either through the presentation, case study analysis, role play, psychometric analysis, swot analysis or online research and database. Faculty always guide students to how to shape their career and achieve their business goal. Along with the study advancement, the campus life offers extracurricular facilities to groom students. It includes a high-tech library, wi-fi enabled campus, cafeteria and free transportation services.

Different campus activities are carried out through the student clubs. These clubs are created in the different disciplines (Human Resources, Finance, Marketing, Arts Community) to develop practical implication of the subject knowledge. It creates a practical learning environment that develops and enhances the communication skills, the teamwork, the management skills as well as leadership that cannot be expected in any single day skill development class.

The Business schools campus life plays a vital role in preparing students for the campus recruitment. The exercise begins from resume writing to the online test, moc test, pre-placement talk, group discussion and the personal interview. Workshops and career seminars are integral to the programme that develop organizational and leadership skills. It reviews students approach for choosing the correct career path and help them to shape it. They provide an insight into the method of choosing the career and its challenges and highlight the need of choosing the career at an early stage with combining the hobby and interest. This helps students to know the actual competition in the corporate world and their lacking areas to work upon.

The Difference Between Professional And College Life

Each one of us grew up with an aim, a dream in our heads, which determined our higher education, our choice of college.

Coming to college is like a dream come true for many. That sense of freedom, responsibility, the endless possibilities for future, friends, bunking. If you ask me, college life makes a boy a man.

But life doesn’t stop there. In the blink of an eye, college life gets over (I’m in my last year and I have no idea how the last two years went by) and you’re facing the real world; and you know, you have to have a job.

Some of us might be in a corporate job, some in the healthcare industry, some maybe entrepreneurs- whichever we choose, we are now of the working class. And as days go by, you feel nostalgic about those good old college days, wishing to go back.

I have brought together a list of differences between college life and professional life. I hope you can relate to them.

1. Friends vs. Co-workers/ colleagues.

What’s college life without friends? The plans of bunking classes, going out for movies, playing cupid, helping one another for assignments- none of them would have been possible without them. But in professional life, it is very different. You might or might not be friends with them, the possibility is biased. When it comes to profession, there is a sense of competition, so the chances of being friends might dwindle down. But don’t lose hope. You might find a friend in a co-worker.

2. Appearance.

Your friends wouldn’t mind if you showed up in college dressed in a crumpled shirt, or if your hair was all messed up. But in professional life, appearance is a must. You cannot show up in office in a crumpled shirt or unpolished shoe; your boss might note it as negative attitude. Also, some of us harbor a craze for tattoos, which finds an outlet during our college life (I got 3 done within my first year). But many workplaces view tattoos as unprofessional (as if having tattoos makes us thugs, eh?).

3. Money.

We have all gone broke once in a while but we had friends to fall back on. You could borrow money from your friend and even loan it to any friend. But in your professional life, you cannot just borrow from anybody. Loans from banks are an option if you are short money.

4. Vacations.

As college students, we all had the bliss of vacations or holidays. Me, I get a summer vacation of almost fifty days, an autumn break of twenty days and a winter break of fifteen days. The home coming or planning holidays with friends; that was fun.

But when you are in the professional life, vacations are a distant dream. Most offices have a two-week paid vacation policy. (What will I do in two weeks?) Moreover, in college, you could always plan a weekend, maybe a long drive, night outs; but in your professional life, that doesn’t happen too often.

5. Sleep.

Unless you were facing a deadline for any assignment submission or you were in one of those “I’ll finish three seasons of F.R.I.E.N.D.S tonight” marathons, or you were talking to your girlfriend/boyfriend, you had enough time to sleep. A research says that a college student gets 8.3 hours of sleep, while employed people have 7.7 hours of sleep. Damn!

6. Life, as in a general sense.

You had the license to be immature at times, act out on instinct, plan trips instantaneously or walk away from the college gate to watch a movie. You could drink till you dropped and wake up with a nasty hangover and still laugh at it, you could go on dates, pursue your hobbies. College life made you feel invincible.

When you enter your professional life, you gain a sense of maturity, you plan your trips from a long time, you don’t act out, and rather you measure each word and act. Movies and dates are weekend plans, so are plans of drinking. Professional life changes us.

Well, I’m pretty sure college life wins in this war. But hey, professional life isn’t that bad. Many of my friends are already employed and they say, it ain’t that bad, but it ain’t fun like college. So, if you’re still in college, enjoy, because once it’s gone, it’s gone forever.