Through our tendencies of human nature, we don't like to ask for help. We want the recognition, the glory and the credit to be given to only ourselves. Unfortunately, the thought that we can single-handedly do everything on our own is a huge misconception. The world has been built on a foundation of people working together to towards a common goal. The world needs individuals to work together to brainstorm and execute plans for the future.
School and college provide opportunities to work together. Through group projects, presentations, senior design projects, etc. students are asked to work with one another. It is, rather unfortunate, that sometimes we are paired with people who we do not work well with, but that is life. School and college provide students with opportunities to work with people and adapt to others ways--whether we like them or not.
Now, when one must adapt to another's ways (for example a teacher's or professor's) it can sometimes be...
As a student, many lessons were deeply instilled in me that have carried far beyond the classroom. I have come up with five tips to help you succeed inside the classroom and in the outside world.
1. Get Organized
This is crucial. Number one has to be the first step for a reason. Without organization and planning, it is very difficult to stay on track and accomplish your goals. Begin at home. Keep a clean room, clean desk, and start a planner of any sort. Even if your planner is just a cheap dollar store calendar hanging on the wall, it will allow you to keep track of important dates and let you know where you stand along the way. Extend this to "your area" at school, work or wherever you may go. By keeping things in order you are making sure nothing menial is standing in your way.
2. Create Checkpoints
Think of this as picking off a huge iceberg piece by piece. It can be intimidating seeing the big picture, but by taking it one...
I love kids and I love learning. I strongly believe that every student can learn and will learn when provided the necessary tools. Kids don't always learn, during school hours, what they need to become successful. Tutors help bridge the gap between unsuccessful and successful students. Tutoring provides the the student with the opportunity to receive one on one instruction. It also allows the student a chance to interact with another positive adult role model. Both of these things could make a difference in the life of a student. I am here to help teach, guide, and mentor students so that they can become successful members of society.