It’s fair to say academics are good with words. Words are their wheelhouse. Verbosity goes with the territory. But perhaps through busy lives, or assumptions about what it takes to succeed – or what “success” even means – the simple statements, the human questions, are sometimes overlooked. Here are a few things to say more often, to help you find balance in academia.
According to a recent study, Testosterone might drive male* desire for luxury items like sports cars, expensive clothes and watches. But why?
Everyone – absolutely everyone – faces a setback from time to time.
We feel our commitment wobble; perhaps our courage takes a knock.
We may ask “why am I doing this?”
Think about your answer to this question.
It’s the key to your resilience.
Should I stay, or go?
It’s a question we all ponder at some point in our careers.Continue reading
We live fast-paced lives. It’s become sort of a cliché to say the modern world is moving too fast, and that it should change. The modern world is how it is, but we can choose how we interact with it, when to jump on, and when to hop off for a bit.Continue reading
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