Students have a superpower.
Yes, you have a superpower that you don’t even know you have. Great news, right? Most students never realize they have it until it's too late. Once it's gone, it's gone. Everyone who graduated college was a student once, but their power fades with time. That’s why it is so important to take advantage of it while you can.
There are certain soft skills that every student needs in order to be successful, regardless of major or intended field. That's a truth we hold dear at Student Success U. Knowing how to ace an elevator pitch is one of those skills.
When it comes to putting yourself out there to schools, internships, and employers, it’s vital that students have a strong personal brand in order to be competitive. The problem is branding isn’t something taught in most college classrooms, if at all.
That’s right, Student America. A new day is dawning and we’re excited to have you as a part of it. The Student Improvement Movement isn’t just a play on words. It’s real. We are bringing real world approaches directly to you, and our mission is to help you smash the struggle.
Ever heard of a little something called the 40 hour work week? Here’s why you need to take that bit of antiquated wisdom and forget it.
There’s a lot of jobs out there that require employees to put in 40 hours per week, typically Monday through Friday. That’s what most of us expect anyway. Now I’m no wiz at math, but given that there are 168 hours in a week, that leaves 128 hours left. Subtract 56 more for sleeping (that’s a solid 8 hours of beauty rest per day right there), and you still have 72 hours for other things. That’s 3 full days.
To become a thought leader you don't need title or rank. It's not something that is bestowed or bought. Anyone can be a thought leader. All it takes is a bit of elbow grease. Do you want to be considered a thought leader amongst your peers? Why does it matter?