Take a look at this spiffy infographic to see oh-how-many-ways sleeping more can make you into the man, woman, or non-gender specific being you you always knew you could be! The closer students get to a full eight hours a night of sleep, the better their grades, according to a new investigation Researchers tracked what … Continue reading Sleep Late for Better Grades!
Jeffrey Ellenbogen, a sleep research fellow at Harvard Medical School in Boston, found that those who studied and then slept on it did much better on a test the next day than those who didn’t sleep. In fact, sleepers got an average score 76% correct while the all-night crowd got only 32% correct! Find the … Continue reading Sleep Is a Study Skill; Research Proves It
We all think best when we’re well rested. A clear, alert brain allows us to focus, learn and remember information, and to be creative. On the other hand, when we’re sleepy, we make more mistakes and are less productive in school and at work. Healthy sleep puts us in the right state of mind to … Continue reading Sleep to Remember
Most of us feel like we are pretty good at using our brains; I mean, we’ve been doing it our whole lives, right? But are you really getting the most out of your mind when it comes to memory, study, and creativity? There are loads of little tweaks and changes you can make to your … Continue reading More for less–Getting the most From your mind
Author of The Toyota Way, Jeffrey K. Liker, says that there are seven main types of waste Toyota has identified in its business. They’re boring, so I won’t share them here. Go get the book. Besides being a palindrome ‘a toyota’ is also a good bet for a reliable vehicle that will get you where you … Continue reading 7 Ways Students Waste Time and Energy (that are ridiculously easy to avoid)