If you could just make yourself study… If you could just make yourself read the textbook… […]
“All subjects are the same. I memorize notes for a test, spew it, ace it, then […]
This short video, by Dan Ariely–one of my favorite psychologists–gives you some quick and easy tricks […]
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Become a super scholar Discover the wickedly effective and easy way to make excellent study skills […]
Trying to establish a knew habit? My students know that committing to the new behavior of […]
Studies show that simply tracking how many times you engage in a good habit (or sideslip […]
Here’s a great picture of exactly how we achieve our goals through repeated actions.  We become […]
Here’s a quick game that you can teach your kids to help them learn to apply […]
Flash cards are a powerful tool to help you memorize things such as vocabulary, mathematical formulas, […]
Small, easy changes in your daily habits can lead to huge payoffs academically.  Small strokes fell […]
Mid-terms and finals are the bane of most college students’ existence.  One final exam would be […]
What could be more normal than drinking a tall glass of ice tea on a hot […]
The Zenhabits blog has a great post on motivating yourself when you don't want to get […]
(continued from part 3) Get help Even the Lone Ranger had Tonto, kemosabe. There’s no reason […]
(continued from part two) Reward yourself Did you just engage in your target habit? Then reward […]
[Continued from Change a Bad Habit: Step One] Recent brain research done at MIT indicates that […]