Need to survive school? Learn all these and more!

On April 24th, 2015, Posted by admin 1 Comment

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Student life is fun yet challenging. If you can survive graduate school, you can make it anywhere in the whole wide world. But for that you need to imbibe certain qualities and abilities which will help you manage greater challenges in the whole wide world.  Being a student is not just about being good at studying or possessing academic skills, you need to develop a whole repertoire of skills and experiences as well as attitudes.

Ambition is a must!

One of the most important attitudes is ambition. As a student, you should try and develop to be as ambitious as possible in whatever you do. Ambition, here, is not in a negative sense. Ambition here means, the drive to do the best in whatever you do; to set goals and try to achieve them and to replace them with more   goals. It is a constant endeavour to strive and improve oneself to the utmost. This is a very important quality in the real world. To inculcate this attitude, do each and every task with the devotion and dedication it deserves. You will be an achiever in no time!

Thinking out of the box is another asset!

Try and develop ways of thinking out of the box. Creativity is a very essential quality if you want to  survive in the very competitive world out there. To develop this, test and challenge yourself in new and unexpected situations which will push you into thinking out of the box and thinking in new ways.

Curiosity!

A third and most have quality which you need to develop as a student and which will help you when you are in the real world is curiosity. Be curious. Ask around. Question. Challenge. Ask yourself. As others. Do not settle. A healthy spirit of curiosity and adventurousness is essential for facing life’s adventures, questions and opportunities. Try out new things. Be eager to learn, unlearn and relearn. Do all this and more, and you shall certainly face life challenges better!

Image Source: By Shimer College (1973-1974 catalog of Shimer College) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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