Tag Archives: Stress Management

Time and Stress Management Tip – #Tony Robbins

The following comments were originally posted at http://www.tonyrobbins.com/products/ The number-one skill that will allow you to succeed at anything (while minimizing stress) is the ability to take a variety of action items and group them together, orienting them toward a common intention and result. This is called “chunking.” Simply put, chunking is the process of […]

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Ready, Set, Go: What Steps Should You Complete in an Exam before Starting the Questions?

Reposted from Law School Academic Support Blog See original post here: lawschool academicsupport Law students tell me repeatedly that they have two huge fears when they start an exam.  First, they fear drawing a total blank during the exam and not being able to remember even the basics.  Second, they fear messing up their time […]

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To-Do Lists Not Working? Try This Time-Management Alternative

Reposted from entrepreneur.com (click here for original article)      As 2013 marches forward, do you find yourself making another to-do list? Or are you spending time “getting organized”? Or are you buying a new app or tool to “make things easier”? Do you need to attend or call yet another meeting? You are not alone. These […]

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Preparing For Your First Set of Law School Exams

By Jeffrey Erickson, Academic Marketing, Thomson Reuters Reposted from the Legal Solution Blog, http://blog.legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.com/law-school-1/final-exam-preparation/ So you’re about to face your first set of law school final exams. There’s no need to panic, at least not yet. You still have enough time to become thoroughly prepared, so long as you plan ahead. Law school exams are […]

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4 Easy Stress Busters That Really Work

Reposted from Inc.com (click for original article) You could say that stress is one of those #firstworldproblems. But if you’re an entrepreneur, stress is far more than a hipster hashtag on Twitter. It can be distracting, lower your productivity, affect your leadership, and even damage your health. (The last comes from my own experience years […]

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5 Law Firm Partner Types and How to Deal With Them

Reposted from findlaw.com/greedy associates (click for original article) Your early law firm experience usually boils down to luck — and the type of law partner you’re assigned to. If you get a partner who is pleasant to work with, you may be one of those lucky few associates who has a long and fruitful career. Get […]

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Do Men Give a Hoot About Work/Life Balance?

Reposted with permission from thecareerist.com (click for original article). I want to be a believer, but I’m skeptical. I keep hearing that men secretly crave work/life balance, but I’m not sure that I buy it. In a new article for The Atlantic, a Princeton professor and former head of policy planning at the State Department, […]

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Finals are Upon Us: Time to Buckle Down, NOT Under!

OK, Finals are here.  How will you handle the pressure?  Even if you’re prepared, tests can be stressful.  Don’t let anxiety have a negative impact on your test performance.   Here are our Top 10 Tips to keep stress at bay, so you can focus on what matters – acing those tests! Get Enough Sleep – […]

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