Try to develop and appreciate the following habits:
Take responsibility for yourself.
Responsibility i recognition that to succeed you have to make decisons about your priorities, time, and resources
Center yourself around your values and principles.
Don't let friends and acquaintances dictate what you consider important.
Put first things first:
Follow up on the priorities you have set for yourself, and don't let others, or other interests, distract you from your goals.
Consider yourself in a win-win situation.
You win by doing your best and contributing your best to a class, whether for yourself, your fellow students, and even for your teachers and instructors. If you are secure in your performance, a grade becomes an external barometer of your performance (which may not coincide with your internally arrived at benefits).
First understand others, then attempt to be understood.
When you have an issue with an instructor, for example a questionable grade or an assignment deadline extension, put yourself in the instructor's place. Now ask yourself how you can best make your argument given his/her situation.
Look for better solutions to problems.
For example, if you don't understand the course material, don't just re-read the material. Try something else! Consult with the professor, a tutor, an academic advisor, a classmate, a study group or your school's study skills center.
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