Critical analysis: A door to successAny graduate student has been told, at least once, "you have to be more critical" and felt discouraged when realizing she/he did not know what the actual expectation was. ..
Making positive progress: utilize your brain emotional networks Two emotional networks in our brains greatly affect how we see and process the world. Forget recycled right brain/left brain. fMRI studies show the positive emotional attractor (PEA) and the negative emotional attractor (NEA) drive whether we are creating, learning, and loving, or serious, task-oriented, and driven (as well as stressed).
How to increase your work-life-grad balance and decrease your anxietyEspecially apt for a holiday season, however at any time of year the tricky balance between your grad life, personal life and for some work can be anxiety-producing. Students make comments like: "then I became a mom and everything slowed me down." or "I have limited time as an online student working full time. The good news is that there are efficiency tricks, tools that keep us focused, and a format that ensures success.