While it’s totally normal to lose concentration after you’ve been working on something a long time, sometimes it can be hard to focus and get on track in the first place. Are you tired of being told to meditate in the morning in order to get better at focusing during your workday? The good news is that there are lots of other things you can do, such as taking a walk or de-cluttering your workspace.
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CW’s CIO Kelly Walsh writes in University Business about the growing need for colleges and universities to take responsibility for building digital media literacy among students and communities. Click here to read the full article.
As we hit that midway point of the semester, we may get stressed out as deadlines and exams compete with other commitments for attention. It can feel overwhelming to juggle all the work, school, and life stuff on our agenda. This is a great time to do a check-in with ourselves and ask what elements of our routine are helping us and which ones could using some retooling.
The interview process is a major part of any job search. It’s easy to get caught up thinking about what to wear, how to respond to questions, and what kinds of behaviors to avoid when you meet your potential employer face to face. However, before you even get to the in-person interview, you likely will have at least one phone interview with a recruiter, HR manager, or hiring manager—if not all three.
As a student, chances are you’re juggling a variety of deadlines and commitments—and that little thing called your life. We’ve been conditioned to think that multitasking can help us get more done in less time, and thanks to the ease of navigating between various pages, tabs, and apps on our devices, we can fall into the trap of thinking we’re actually accomplishing more in less time.
You probably use emoji in your text messages and social media posts, but have you ever stopped and thought about what clues those little icons might hold about your personality?
History is often reduced to a handful of memorable moments and events. In Black history, those events often include courageous stories like those of The Underground Railroad and historic moments like the famous “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But these are only a few of the significant and important events to know and remember.
We all want to be understood, and it can be so frustrating when it feels like what we’re saying falls on deaf ears. Have you ever tried to communicate something important to a colleague, classmate, supervisor, and family member, only to feel as if you’re not getting through?
It turns out that someone’s personality type factors into how we should frame our message. The way we approach an Optimist, for example, is very different from how we should talk to a Problem Solver.
The U.S. News & World Report recently released their annual list of best jobs. The ranking looks at jobs across 15 different categories and factors in things such as salary, room for growth, and work-life balance. This year’s top four winners for Best Job Overall are:
Knowing what type of job you’re looking for is a great first step to a successful job search. So how about when you start digging into the process of sorting through job postings and deciphering which jobs to apply to? It can be overwhelming, especially when job postings aren’t crystal clear in their details about required experience or what the on-the-job responsibilities will be.