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Key Messages

Assess: Be mindful of where you spend your time and evaluate the outcomes of your time investments

Prioritize: Time is elastic, it will stretch to accommodate what you choose to put in it, so determine what matters

Plan: Look a week ahead and plot your academics, self-care, and social life. To be flexible think 168 hours, not 24

Did You Know?

99%

of BC students think time management is important to their general health

75%

of students believe they have a good ability to manage their time

80%

of students have an overall sense of balance in their lives

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"The Happy Secret to Better Work"
Shawn Achor

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"The Perfect Storm"
by Eleni Papadopoulo '17

 

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"Time Management @ BC"

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"Leave It. Change It. Accept It: How Eckhart Tolle Changed My Life”

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