Have you eve wondered what successful students do to set themselves apart from the rest? The key is simple: successful students take charge.
There is no magic trick, power drink, or special class that makes a student excel in the classroom. Students stand out because they take charge of their time and their tasks, without relying on anybody else to tell them what to do.
Successful Students Control Their Calendars
Successful students don’t rely on parents or teachers to tell them when assignments are due or when test dates are approaching. They mark special dates in their calendars and keep track of commitments and schedules.
Successful students don’t put others in charge of their lives.
Successful Students Prioritize
Do you like to stay out late with friends? Do you like to go to parties? Do you like to watch TV or play video games all night? Well, who doesn’t?
Successful students take charge of their lives and balance their time between fun and work. They know that there is a time for all-nighters, and it’s not during finals week.
Successful Students Take Care of Themselves
Do you live on junk food and lay on the couch watching TV every night? Students with poor physical habits probably don’t feel very energetic in the mornings, and they probably don’t feel good sitting in class, either.
Good food and a little exercise will clear your head! Students who eat junk in moderation (you really don’t have to cut it out completely) and work out in some way are more likely to participate in sports. That means they have more balance in their lives, feel better in the mornings, and are more alert in class.
You just have to change a few habits to feel better. Eat healthy foods, start walking more, take a yoga class, enroll in martial arts classes, or challenge yourself to do sit-ups at night. You’ll notice a change right away.