College and University can be exciting and fun. Yet, some students may find the transition intimidating and challenging than others. Ask me if I would go back to studying? I’d do it in a heartbeat. However, I certainly would do some things differently and that is the power of LEARNING.

Your livelihood depends on your career and you being mentally resilient. Maintaining a healthy body and mind can not only optimize your chances for a fruitful career, but it can also help you be a front runner in astutely adjusting to demands that stem from your chosen career path.

Here are some of the problems my clients face!

  • They thought they had their career sorted but now they’re in doubt.
  • They feel like a career change is needed, if not required!
  • The global situation has affected their jobs significantly and they feel they need to find another job or pursue further education to upskill?
  • They worry that they can be easily replaced.

Yes, life is and can be tough, no one said it was easy. Like the saying goes:
“If your ride through life is not as smooth as you would like it to be, blaming the road may not be the answer”.

The same principle applies here. We are aware that we live in a volatile, ambiguous, uncertain, and complex world. We are also aware that new societal and technological trends will only make it more so.

The key is to not depend on the external world but to home in and master what you’re naturally good at. Knowing your strengths, values, personality traits will create opportunities and that’s where you start.

Academic MASTERY is a MINDSET and a set of PRINCIPLED BEHAVIORS.
It is a process that can be mastered if you put your MIND into MATTER.
It’s about DISCIPLINE, SELF ORGANIZATION, and PRIORITIZATION.

It’s about CULTIVATING a GROWTH MINDSET and DEVELOPING NEW SKILLS to get AHEAD.

It’s not only about working HARD, but also about working SMART.

Sounds easy but HARD to put into practice. I AGREE WHOLEHEARTEDLY!

The sheer volume of subjects to be studied within a limited time can be STRESSFUL. Especially, when each subject requires DEEP KNOWLEDGE and UNDERSTANDING. It can also be OVERWHELMING to rely on MEMORIZATION when there is so much to LEARN.

The room for dissonance can easily have you DOUBTING YOURSELF and your ABILITIES, whilst comparing yourself to your PEERS. This is not healthy as it can spiral into PROCRASTINATION and further affect your SELF ESTEEM and CONFIDENCE.

So how do you go about managing the transition process from academia to the work setting? How do you learn effectively? maintain peer relations and stay on top of the exam game?

ALL WHILST:
– GETTING RID OF DISTRACTIONS?
– EXPECTING TO build and maintain FOCUS and CONCENTRATION
– JUGGLING MULTIPLE ROLES?

Well, we start with the single most important person YOU!

SO, HELP ME, HELP YOU:

  • Cultivate your emotional intelligence by develop your level of self-awareness and understanding of yourself, your surroundings, and others’.
  • Your sense of perception of self, identity of self
  • Your sense of time or perception of time
  • Explore what methods of learning (study) best works for you including your unique learning style.
  • Identify your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Identify possible internalized thoughts and beliefs that maybe holding you back.
  • Develop your sense of self including self-esteem and confidence.
  • Organize your life and prioritize your time.
  • Dig deeper into what particular stressors may throw you off balance and help you overcome them.
  • Cultivate new habits through cognitive behavioral and mindset changes.
  • Manage your levels of stress by providing you with effective coping techniques & skills to Overcome Procrastination and SUCCEED as a student or Continuing education student.

So, join me to stay ahead of the game and have a memorable student life!
ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE!
Why wait to thrive when you can?

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