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Strategies for Success: Norm's Class

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Transcript of Strategies for Success: Norm's Class

Mistakes are going to happen. Learn from them.
# 4 Evaluate Your Results and Adapt
Strategies for Success in Life and in Learning
Take Control of Your Life
#1 DECIDE
Model an expert.
Find your 20 seconds of courage to execute.
#3 Make a Plan
"learning how to use pain and pleasure instead of having pain and pleasure use you...If you do that, you're in control of your life. If you don't, life controls you." ~Anthony Robbins
"See Life As It Is. Not Worse Than It Is. Then Envision something Better."

~ Anthony Robbins
#2 Set High Standards
You are Responsible for the Rest of your Life.
If you do a good job what kind of rewards will you get?
Good job = Poor Rewards
If you do an Excellent Job, what kind of rewards will you reap?
Excellent job = good rewards
What standard do you need to set?
OUTSTANDING
Poor job = No Rewards
Good Job = Poor Rewards
Excellent Job = Good Rewards
Outstanding job =
ALL THE REWARDS
What are the most important tools for influencing the quality of your life?
The way to change your life is to manage your state; both Physical and Emotional
Who you choose to hang out with. Who you associate with is who you become.
#2 Have a System
Prepare: Questions
Review Often
Teach/Group discussion
Recall: Spaced Practice
Quizzes
Visualization
Cues: Metaphors & nmemonics
Study Strategies
Get to Know Your Professors
Study Buddy
Use Campus Resources
Library
Writing Center
Rahall
Service Learning
Career Services
Center for Innovative Learning
Academic Success Program
Peer Mentors
Peer Tutors
Counseling Center
AES Support
Eckerd Website
Final Thoughts
Multitasking ?
#1 Your State
#2 Your Friends
#1 Growth vs Fixed Mindset
#3 Evaluate/Adapt
Get Help. Resources:
#4 Take Care of Yourself

Balance Is Key




HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR WEEK?

Hours in a week: 168
Sleep: 56
Usable Hrs: 112 hrs./week
1/3 Academic
1/3 Personal Commitments
(sports, job, clubs, spiritual, exercise,
grooming and laundry)
1/3 Social
(friends, family, networking, meals, free time)

112/3=
37 ⅓ hrs for each third of your time.
Classes: 12-15 hrs.
37-12= 25 hrs./week to study.
25/4 (# of classes) =
6 hours of study time per week for each class.



Time Management for College Success
1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3
Resources
Sejnowski, Dr. Terrence and Dr. Barbara Oakely. Coursera.org. "Learning How to Learn: Powerful mntal tools to help you master tough subjects." https://class.coursera.org/learning-001.Universtiy of California, San Diego. Aug. 2014
Grit: Global Research Innovation & Technology; Entreuprenuership Company. Developed from a college assignment. Builds wheelchairs for 3rd world use. www.gogrit.org/media.html#videos.
Golding, Dr. Jonathan and Dr. Phil Kraemer. Coursera.org. "How to Succeed in College," University of Kentucky. Aug. 2014
Robbins, Anthony: The Time of Your Life. Audio Production by John Zahody. Robbins Research International Inc. 1998.
Robbins, Anthony: Unleash the Power Within. Audio Production by Nightingale-Conant Corporation. Robbins Research International Inc. 1999.
Brown, Peter C. Henry L.Roediger III and Mark A. McDaniel. Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning. Boston,: Harvard University Press, 2014.
Images from Google images
Videos: YouTube
Film excerpt: weboughtazoomovie's channel. "We Bought a Zoo." Uploaded Dec 1, 2011
Cantor, Joanne, Ph D. : "What Research Says about Multitasking," and "Multitasking Exercises" from "Thriving on Campus and in Cyberspace: Staying Connected While Succeeding in School. www. your mindonmedia.com, Aug. 25-26, 2011
Metoyer, Matthew. "Growth vs Fixed Mindset." Published Oct. 10, 2012
Barelygenius. "The World's Most Inspiring Sports Speech." Published Apr. 12, 2014

Research by Joanne Cantor
Final Inspiration
What is Your Dream?
Where Do You Start Today?
Growth vs Fixed Mindset
Active Study Strategies
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