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Keeping Your Nose to the Grindstone: How to Stay on Track With Your Coursework

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Staying productive and on top of your workload is tough but even tougher while studying remotely. Des'ree has some great advice for our readers with a tool that she uses called the Accountability Schedule. As we move into the next semester, check this out and see if it could work for you!

By: Des'ree Isibor 484 reads | 0 comments
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Workplace and the Race Against Time

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Master's of Communication student, Sugandha Agarwal shares her tips for time-management and workplace productivity. 

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How to be Productive in 6 Steps

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Do you feel like you have control over your life? Do you feel empowered as you walk out the door to conquer whatever comes your way? I have a secret to share with you and the good news is that it’s incredibly simple. In this article I share how to be productive, how not to focus on being busy, and why that is important.

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Fun Things You Can Do Towards Your Career

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Having fun is important because it gives your brain time to refresh and allow for creative ideas to come into your work. It can also help you expand your network, stay updated within your industry, increase your productivity, develop a professional online presence, and can help you stay organized.  

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Top Tips for Workplace Transition and Performance

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Are you starting your first co-op work term soon? Here are some top tips to help you transition from school to work smoothly and successfully and improve your work performance and professionalism.

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Impacts of Social Media on Students

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Social media such as Facebook and YouTube can have both positive and negative impacts on your academic performance. Read on to find out how you can minimize the negative impacts to improve your grades without compromising your social media uses.

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