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Time and Stress Management: A Guide for Student Leaders

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Transcript of Time and Stress Management: A Guide for Student Leaders

Time and Stress Management:
A Guide for Student Leaders

Dean College
Community Advisor Training
August 27, 2013

Programming
Duty
Resident Issues
Homework
Family
Social Life
Exams
Work
Projects
Friends
Relationships
Practice
Roommates
Rehearsal
Studying
Meetings
Leadership
Athletics
Dance
Siblings
Parents
Coaches
Auditions
Try-Outs
Supervisors
Class
Money
Scholarships
Peer Pressure
Games
Shows
Getting Enough Sleep
Cleaning
Stress
Not Enough Time
Presentations
Public Speaking
Being "good enough"
Internships
"Drama"
Possessions
Outside comfort
zone
Grades
There are 4 major categories of stress in a
college student's life:
Academic Stress
Financial Stress
Physical Stress
Social Stress
"Good" stress!
Short term
Motivates
Improves performance
"Bad" stress
Short- or long-term
Outside coping abilities
Decreases performance
Can lead to mental or physical problems
What Causes Stress?
Challenge >
Resources = STRESS

Time
Money
Intelligence
Energy
Patience
Support of Others
Eustress
vs.
Destress
There are 168 hours in a week.
How are you using your time?
Fill out the schedule sheet, and include ALL of your daily activities, including meals, showers, class, sleeping, CA responsibilities, work, extra curriculars, and free time.
What are some things that cause you eustress? Why?
What are some things that cause you destress? Why?
How many hours are you scheduled?
How many waking hours are you free?
How do you spend your free time?
Categorize, Prioritize, and Organize!
2. Prioritize your obligations
3. Organize your schedule
4. Stick to the plan!
1. Categorize your stress
How can you change your schedule to reduce the amount of stress in your life?
Meditate,
don't
Medicate


We are here to help you!
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