Instead of feeling outraged and acting on our anger in a negative way, we can lead by example. Watch someone slam a store door on an elderly person? Hold it open for them and help them with their bags. No one on the bus is giving up their seat for the pregnant woman? Stand up and give up yours. Without any expectations, without judgment, without self-righteousness. Do it because you feel it’s the right thing to do. Because you want to be proud of your behavior.
The best part about this course of action is that it’s two-fold: we get to try our best and be proud of our actions, behaving in a way that displays responsibility and contentiousness, and we get to set an example for others, without judgment or lecturing – we can lead simply by doing, and concentrate on our behavior instead of focusing on the actions of others. And the truth is, we have all been there – we have all been tired/lost/cranky/in a funk/angry (you name it, we’re all human), and made choices that, looking back, make us cringe…… by Breath of Optimism, awarded as on of the
We’ve all heard great note-taking skills are a huge benefit to learning and being organized, but what exactly is the science behind it? Does it matter if you use a laptop vs. pen and paper? What are the best note-taking methods? What percentage of people take notes? Turns out, there’s more than one answer. (Yes, it’s totally fine to use your laptop if your teacher allows it.)
Course Hero breaks down the science of note-taking from real research studies and proven methods to give you the low-down on writing it down. Learn why note-taking is better than just listening, how learning is being digitized, and how to take notes like a pro.