In addition to the talk on sleep tomorrow (Tuesday at 1.00pm, Palmer 103), there will also be a second ‘Life Tools’ talk this week about ‘Achieving your Potential’. The talk is on Wednesday 2nd March at 2.00pm in Carrington room 101. At this session, students will learn how to understand and develop their personal strengths and maintain their wellbeing. Part of focus will be on practical ways to improve motivation and attendees will learn how to identify their own personality style.
Here are some examples of feedback from the last talk:
‘Very helpful – particularly for easing pressure regarding exams’
‘Provided ideas and practical structures on dealing with goals and everyday life’
‘Helps you to understand yourself better and how to focus and increase productivity/motivation’
‘It is a useful approach to help with large workflow or to cope with group work’
If you haven’t been to a ‘Life Tools’ talk – then perhaps this would be a good one to start with! There is no need to book a place – just come along on the day. The talks last about 45 minutes and there is usually time for any questions at the end. This talk is one of a series run by Student Wellbeing.