5 Questions: Most Valuable Life Skills, Class Selection Strategy, & Switching Majors (Ep. 118)
July 25, 2016•68 min
It's high... time we answered some of your questions again!
(And, technically, it's also high noon somewhere.)
In today's 5 Questions episode, we'll be analyzing several different perplexing conundrums, including challenging ourselves to use more than five 3-syllable words in a row. Just kidding - though, if you're keeping score, I just got seven.
All of our questions this week come from the College Info Geek Community over on Reddit. Here are their links - check them out to see what other students had to say!
Should students register for class based on either best instructors, best time, or nearest building to each other?
How do you guys manage to keep your room tidy and organised all the time?
Should you switch majors midway?
What are the most valuable general life skills to learn?
How do you use your evenings in a productive way?
Things mentioned in this episode:
Rate My Professors
DJI Osmo Handheld Camera
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
Clearing to Neutral: The One Habit That Stops You From Procrastinating
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo
Astronema from Power Rangers spoilers ahead
Smarter Every Day
Smarter Every Day on YouTube
Listen Money Matters
How to Find Your Most Productive Time of the Day
Martin on Twitter
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