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Success Planning

Planning for and being successful takes hard work and dedication.  It requires focus and strong-will.  Psychologist and researcher, Angela Lee Duckworth, reminds us that it also takes grit. “Grit is sticking with your future — day in, day out, not just for the week, not just for the month, but for years — and working really hard to make that future a reality.”  You can see her TED video on the “The Key to Success? Grit” by clicking Here.

 

Murray State Student and Faculty Perspectives on Success: Click HERE

 

Attend every class every day….Read the text and review notes before class…Use “down time” well…Meet with your advisor regularly…Use college services…Stay focused…Set goals…Socialize safely…Think positively…Visualize success!

 

Check out the Center's page on strategic learning to help you enhance your academic skills and success planning.

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