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  • Time Management Secrets Anyone Can Use

    Time Management Secrets Anyone Can Use

    Via Forbes : If you’re reading this article instead of doing your work, chances are good that you have trouble managing your time efficiently. You’re not alone. According to a survey by Salary.com, 90% of workers waste at least a half hour each workday, not including lunch or scheduled breaks. While […]

  • How to Get Better at Almost Anything

    How to Get Better at Almost Anything

    Via Inc. : And guess what? Talent may not be necessary. What is it that makes a speaker amazing? Is it a set of personal characteristics that enable great speakers to capture and keep our attention? Is it their brains? Their sense of humor? Their sincerity and empathy? Or were they […]

  • Tips for Managing Your Time and Getting Ahead

    Tips for Managing Your Time and Getting Ahead

    Via San José State University : Tips for Managing Your Time and Getting Ahead Goals of Time Management To be able to have control over your life – manage your time, don’t let it manage you! To be healthier and happier (less stress). Seven Suggestions for Effectively Managing Your Time 1. Be […]

  • How I Chose My Next Step

    How I Chose My Next Step

    Via Big Future : As you go through high school and college, you’ll need to make some decisions about your future. And it can help to see how others have dealt with similar issues. These students found that their interests and life experiences helped them figure things out. How did you […]

  • 11 Creative Jobs

    11 Creative Jobs

    Via About Careers : Are you creative? Maybe you have artistic talent and love to paint, take photographs or write. Maybe you aren’t creative in that sense, but instead enjoy coming up with new ways of doing things. However you express your creativity—whether you’re an artist or an innovator—here are 11 […]

  • Be what you love

    Be what you love

    Via UCAS : It’s tough working out what you want to do with the rest of your life – especially if you don’t have any particular favourite subjects at school. But did you know there are hundreds of careers that you could take up based on your hobbies? We’ve profiled some […]

  • A levels

    A levels

    Via UCAS : A levels are subject-based qualifications that can lead to university, other study, training or work. You can normally study three or more A levels over two years. They’re usually assessed by a series of examinations. Changes to A levels You might have heard about changes to A levels. […]