College is one of life's most marvelous and enriching experiences, but there's no doubt that it can be a challenge.
It's supposed to be intellectually and creatively challenging, of course. (That's kind of the point!) But there's also a good chance that it's your first shot at independent living. And you might also, for the first time, be encountering people and ideas dramatically different from those you grew up with. And your personal and professional relationships and responsibilities also probably also getting more intense.
And today, more than ever, there's pressure. A bad economy makes it even more important to get great grades, get great internships or work-study experiences, and to graduate with a great plan. The competition at every stage is intense, and so is the stress. And social media isn't exactly helping. Not only is it massively distracting, it's full of competitive, critical, negative, and otherwise destructive messages that makes things (vastly) worse.
And at the same time, you're probably dealing with all the "normal" productivity challenges that most people face, including procrastination, perfectionism, and unmanaged time.
Traditional productivity books for general audiences can help some, but what's really needed is a book that addresses your particular situation and productivity challenges. And Productivity is Power: 5 Liberating Practices for College Students is that book. It will help you:
And much more! And Productivity is Power also offers many unique, and uniquely effective, solutions, including:
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