Last time I talked about why people quit so easily. There can be many underlying reasons why we end up quitting activities. One major discourager is not being able to apply the skills immediately. We know how much time we’ve invested in learning a skill, but after all those hours we realize that we still […]
Category: Positive Thinking
To know why I started this blog, you’ll have to hear my confession. But first, allow me to tell the story from the beginning. “BBAs graduating from this program may be employed as IT designers, web application developers, IT consultants, programmers, et cetera, et cetera…” — paraphrased from a university’s website It was in February […]
Let’s face it. Studying at school entails some pretty nasty things that we struggle so hard to avoid, but unless we throw in the towel and quit studying altogether, we should learn to accept them. Ready?
Here’s a false belief many students seem to have: “I can’t be a software developer because my school doesn’t teach computer programming.” I was talking to a friend of mine recently, and we came across the topic of education and careers. I asked him what he wanted to become after graduating from college. Well, after […]
…than going to school, signing up for classes, or paying lavishly for private lessons. If you prefer to figure things out by yourself, studying can be made much more comfortable, effective, and rewarding than sitting in dull classes from 8:15 till 16:00. Let me tell you why…