Traditional education is excellent for providing knowledge and understanding. But more often than not, personal and professional limitations do not result from a lack of knowledge, but are rather the fruit of poor planning. To thrive as individuals, and as leaders, we need to learn to think – and act – strategically.
Philosophy, Dr. Brennan Jacoby, knows how easy it can be to react to life’s complexity rather than responding strategically. In this session, he will introduce practical tips to help students:
• Navigate the ‘big decisions’ they face;
• Clarify goals;
• Focus attention; and
• Defuse procrastination
The tools explored in this session have the power to boost your productivity and clear the fog hanging over intimidating projects. Procrastinate no more – be strategic!