Are your results worthy of your potential? There are other intelligences that go beyond what typical IQ tests measure. Cultivate them to improve student success
Students who want to be successful should know more about how much they have going for them right between their ears.
Give or take a few dozen or so, that’s about how many you have. And we used to believe that we only use about 10% of our brain power and now we know we really use about 1%. Amazing, isn’t it?
Here’s what this means to you.
You are a natural born genius!
Right now, you have exactly what it takes to be exactly the student you were meant to be. You know, that person who can accomplish all those things you think about late at night when you imagine what your life will be like after graduation?
You are destined for success as a student and in life! If you want to have more success in school, your job is to tap that potential and put it to use.
If you want to learn more about how your brain works, and how to be successful in school as a student, read the rest of my student success tips; let your brain help you make the ride to success the exhilarating journey it was meant to be.
Hi, I’m Crystal Jonas,
As a former academic advisor and assistant professor at the United States Air Force Academy, I know what it takes to make college students more successful, enjoy school whole lot more.
Ask about speaking or coaching for your students or faculty. Call me at 719- 291-0366.
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