After leaving college in 2015 Freshman year & embarking on my journey of Entrepreneurship. Its (2018) will be 3 years.
I am still going through the process ... however there are 11 major things I have learned from studying, personal development, and experiences in these last three years.
Life was/is hard not because I didn't have a degree but because the realization his me that it took more than one to get anywhere in life. It takes a mindset and application of principles which are not taught/emphasized enough in the school system.
In order to be of guidance to others who are from my generation I made this video series to share what I have learned & how they have brought me farther than it seems.
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HOW MAKING UNI NOTES IS DIFFERENT TO HIGH SCHOOL
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Transitioning from high school to university is a tremendous leap in many aspects, one of which is personally recording and keeping track of the course content through study notes. These notes are a concise version of the course topics which make it easier to process the information and therefore understand the concepts that are being taught. So, how does this process at university differ from high school? Let me explain.
The big question people ask is, handwritten or typed notes? If I was still a year 12 and had no university experience, I would be the first person to say that handwriting notes not only helps you learn and digest the content more effectively, but it keeps you away from just aimlessly copy and pasting slabs of information. However, high school and the HSC have very specific content areas, right down to the syllabus point and its wording. At university, this is not the case at all. Topics are very broad in nature, and in order to satisfy each area, it is impossible to handwrite everything in the short amount of time that you have in a 12-13 week semester (in comparison to over 40 weeks of a school year). It is almost counter productive, in my opinion, to opt to put pen to paper rather than typing your notes out at university. That is not saying handwriting is setting yourself up for failure, but in my experience, typing was way more efficient and suited to the structure of learning at university.
This method of note taking was effective for quickly typing additional bits of information to my notes during lectures instead of madly scribbling it down onto random pieces of paper, and exam time when I had to cite and search information efficiently compared to aimlessly flicking through my notebook. Let’s just say, I wish I knew this before starting uni!
Dreams become reality when we are willing to do work...
Sure there's a way to get what you want in some form NOW. But truth is, some things are just worth the wait to get the real deal.. not some knock off version.. but the real thing! I don't want a boy toy- I want a souls mate equally yoked in purpose! I don't want to have to keep up with my story telling to be viewed a certain way- I want to walk in integrity and represent myself in such a way I can LIVE with me and be an example to others. I don't want the fake results with possible side effects- I want to life enriching experience that comes with patiently and consistently building my own body! Our wildest dreams can become our greatest lessons learned and reality- If we are willing to put action and fierce dedication to the cause at the forefront of our minds daily. So don't opt out for the way out. Choose the narrow path so you can discover what enriches your life experiences most genuinely⭐️
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