I came across this on LinkedIn and thought it was very useful for us college students preparing for our careers. It’s not an article. It’s a virtual course (just a series of videos). Take a look!
There is a very interesting Power Networking event on October 30 from 6-9 pm in Clayton, NC. Clayton is only an hour and six minutes away from Greenville. You could drive there after school or find a ride if you are interested in improving your career.
Please see the link below;
This article by the New York times explains how advertisers are now going to start making their ads more focused on social issues and that previously they have avoided taking a position in issues but now they will be. Very interesting read.
Here is an interesting article about an asteroid that will pass so close by earth this Thursday. And how well would we be prepared for any future astroid threats.
Here is an interesting link about the NFL and the National Anthem
This article interested me and I thought it was worth sharing with the class. It regards a man from Charlotte, NC that survived both the 9/11 attack and the Las Vegas shooting earlier this month.
This article in Forbes really brings into focus the benefits of goals setting and how they can improve your day to day work.
This article should help you motivate yourself to do homework in all your classes. Several points from the article include schedule flexibility, self pep talks, taking frequent breaks, and limiting social interactions with people.
Below is a link to a great article;
This is a very interesting site that posts something interesting almost every week and is usually something you would not mind reading about.
To accomplish your goals you need to know how to set them. Goal setting is a process that starts with careful consideration of what you want to achieve, and ends with a lot of hard work to actually do it. In between there are some very well-defined steps that transcend the specifics of each goal. Knowing these steps will allow you to formulate goals that you can accomplish. Check the link below to see five golden rules of goal setting, presented in an article, a video and an infographic.