In this episode, I review the Top 7 habits that high-schoolers should adopt to become standout students, college applicants, and successful professionals someday. This episode is best for 6th-12th graders and their parents.
Here is what I discuss in this episode:
0:02:38 What is a habit?
0:06:00 How long does it take to develop a habit?
0:07:55 Habit #7: Taking notes
0:10:45 Habit #6: Managing your own calendar
0:12:30 Habit #5: Having a vision
0:15:00 Habit #4: Goal-setting
0:17:00 Habit #3: Hard work
0:17:52 Habit #2: Do the hard stuff first
0:19:35 Habit #1: Early preparation
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