Instead, I’m going to talk to you about optimism and exactly how much of it you need at any point of the test prep process in order to ultimately be successful.
The answer may surprise you.
My intention with this post is to provide you with three easy, elegant ways to accomplish more this summer. Think of them as slight tweaks that—if you execute them—will allow for major impact.
There's a video!!!!!!
That's right! I filmed my first ever YouTube video!
So whether you want the information written down in front of you, or you want to feel like we are sitting across the table from each other, I've got you covered!!
What’s an ambitious, motivated tenth grader to do?
Rather than forgoing the New Year’s resolution practice altogether, I encourage you to enter into a version of self-inquiry that will lead you to making resolution(s) that will work for you so that you feel like you are making progress in the year to come.
Here are seven steps to making the New Year’s resolution process work for you:
This week, I’m following up with some insights into a few of the thoughts that may have impeded your progress in Step Three.
It’s a lot.
And it’s totally natural if you feel overwhelmed as you consider the new school year. But today I want to talk you through an exercise that will help you face and process your fear.
The other day I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Lori Walsh on South Dakota Public Broadcasting's In the Moment radio show.
Listen to the interview here...
Download of the first chapter of Acing It! for free here...
Buy a copy of Acing It! here...
...and have a great day!
I've written an article introducing what it means to take a mindful approach to test prep for the blog at Matlack Educational Consulting. You can read the article here.
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