Need a productivity boost? Getting tired of working? Can’t find your motivation? Here is a great short video about productivity from Science ASAP. Also check out this previous post about Superbetter and Unstuck!
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During the course of your studies, you will spend countless hours reading and creating bibliographies and databases for your own classes and research or for a contract. Here is some advice of to help you do the best job you can and save as much time as possible.
Taking notes during classes, lectures and conferences help you stay focused and assimilate information. Writing your ideas can also help you organize your thoughts, which is helpful when working on a paper or a project.
I use notebooks and my iPad to take notes and create illustrations to document my thought process. Although many applications and other software are available for Google chrome, iPad, computers, other tablets and smartphones, in many cases for free, the majority of them simply don’t cut it. Over the past year I have tested quite a few and have identified 3 that I think are pretty great. They are free, but one requires in app-purchases.
Over the course of your studies, you might reach a point where you are stuck or bored out of your mind. When this happens, you may find that you can’t focus, work efficiently, find motivation to read, work or even get out of your bed in the morning.