We spend quite some time in college before embarking into the ‘real world’. So how do you make sure you actually get the most out of it?
It’s important to keep in mind why we invest time and money into our study in the first place. We study in order to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve our goals and realize our dreams. While you are still in college you have the time and the resources to make the preparations for your post-college life. If you manage to get through the courses easily you will have time to spare to start setting up your company, plan your trip around the world or find your dream job and figure out how to get it. If you have the time that is…
That’s where this guide comes in. This guide presents 13 college hacks that enable you to get through college with minimum effort and plenty of time for the other important things in life such as parties, sports and soul searching.
The described tips and techniques have enabled me to go from hardly passing the years in high-school to cruising my way through my exams and now also helping me to get through my college abroad. The past 3,5 years I have been studying abroad in Finland, during that time wrote my first book (Art of Positive Laziness), learned how to code (not part of the study) and built Daylight Dreamer Society. Furthermore I had plenty of time to go skateboarding, hang out with friends, play music, get enough sleep and still have time to spare. All by just applying these few simple principles described in this guide.
So what’s the deal?
So here’s the deal: I share my tips and techniques in a compact, 19 page, easy to read digital manual to enable you to get through college with ease with more free time in return of a small token. You get better study results and more time to enjoy life in the meanwhile.
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