Study Skills: Managing Time as an Adult Learner

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Study Skills: Managing Time as an Adult Learner
One of the components of a successful lifestyle is the ability to learn. The ability to learn broadens the horizons to the point where even the moon is a possible point of destination. Since that destination was reached, ordinary people are trying to conquer what was once beyond their reach. For example, businessmen started to research a market in order to achieve higher business goals. Some employees have also started taking matters in their own hands by learning things faster and the end result is a promotion. Also due to an increase in university degrees and relevant work experience people are getting better and more well-paid jobs, this leads to the younger generation of students who strive to learn a wide range of subjects in order to complete a degree requirements. However, a university degree is not easy to accomplish especially for an adult learners because time management for them becomes a great issue. Therefore, the success in learning is largely determined by one's skills of time management. In order to manage time as an adult learner there has to be a plan of action, organization and lectures review. The first and most important skill to becoming a successful adult learner is to have a plan of action. By just knowing what you have to do, you have already won half the battle. In a journal called Time Managemnt Training and Perceived Control of Time at Work by Hafner, creating a plan can be referred to as planning behavior and according to the article planning behavior, “refers to the decisions about which tasks to perform, how these tasks should be prioritized, and how to deal with possible distractions, especially when one has to perform several tasks simultaneously.” In order to acquire this planning behavior or help create a plan of action I have come up with a three step process
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