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Ep. 53 The Best Practical Reasons To Assess Their Semester.

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In this episode, we delve into the pivotal task of assessing your semester—especially when it seems like everything went smoothly. We explore the necessity of avoiding complacency and seeking areas for improvement even in successful times.

We start by reflecting on what went well, conducting a comprehensive class review that delves into preferred elements, dislikes, professors' impacts, and key information gained. A skills review follows, spotlighting eight essential skills using a soft skills planner available in the show's description for guidance.

Referencing previous episodes like Ep 33 and Ep 24, we offer additional resources for assessing and initiating changes, including insights from the TM course. We tackle obstacles that hindered progress, emphasizing the importance of making plans for improvement while capitalizing on existing strengths.

The episode culminates in a strategic guide on what to do differently, highlighting the significance of identifying what NOT to do for future success. Whether your semester was outstanding or challenging, this episode equips you with the tools to assess, strategize, and thrive.

Episode 24

Episode 33

Soft Skills Planner

Time Management Course

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78 episoder

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Innhold levert av Dan Jordan. Alt podcastinnhold, inkludert episoder, grafikk og podcastbeskrivelser, lastes opp og leveres direkte av Dan Jordan eller deres podcastplattformpartner. Hvis du tror at noen bruker det opphavsrettsbeskyttede verket ditt uten din tillatelse, kan du følge prosessen skissert her https://no.player.fm/legal.

In this episode, we delve into the pivotal task of assessing your semester—especially when it seems like everything went smoothly. We explore the necessity of avoiding complacency and seeking areas for improvement even in successful times.

We start by reflecting on what went well, conducting a comprehensive class review that delves into preferred elements, dislikes, professors' impacts, and key information gained. A skills review follows, spotlighting eight essential skills using a soft skills planner available in the show's description for guidance.

Referencing previous episodes like Ep 33 and Ep 24, we offer additional resources for assessing and initiating changes, including insights from the TM course. We tackle obstacles that hindered progress, emphasizing the importance of making plans for improvement while capitalizing on existing strengths.

The episode culminates in a strategic guide on what to do differently, highlighting the significance of identifying what NOT to do for future success. Whether your semester was outstanding or challenging, this episode equips you with the tools to assess, strategize, and thrive.

Episode 24

Episode 33

Soft Skills Planner

Time Management Course

  continue reading

78 episoder

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