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This semester, we have discussed productivity at great length. Productivity is a necessary skill that allows us to work well, stewarding our time, energy, and responsibilities to the best of our ability. In the final installment of “How to Get Things Done in College,” Matt Perman is discussing how Cal Newport’s idea of “deep work” can help us become productive humans.
As a college student, there are many responsibilities and opportunities competing for your attention. How do you manage it all? In another addition to his series “How to Get Things Done in College,” Matt Perman explains that calendars, while helpful, fall short in helping you manage your goals.
The interesting thing about time management is that in some areas of our lives we may be doing too much, while in other areas we may be doing too little. Is there a way to make thoughtful adjustments and be firing on all cylinders? According to Matt Perman, Direct of Career Development, defining our roles may be a beneficial first step.