Phillip J. Roundtree has been practicing professionally in the areas of Behavioral Health and Child Welfare since 2005. During his professional career he’s recognized society’s lack of emphasis placed on mental health and emotional awareness, which has resulted in him evolving into a staunch champion of awareness among various communities and as an advocate for the marginalized and oft underrepresentedRead More
Many high school students go to college because it’s expected of them, but that isn’t a good reason to go. If you are facing peer pressure from your parents, friends, or teachers to attend college, but you don’t feel ready, then now is not the time to go. You shouldn’t take on such a large financial and time commitment just to please other people. This is especially true if you don’t know what you want to do with your life. College is expensive, and it doesn’t make sense to spend money on a college degree if you are unsure of your path. You also risk taking extra time to finish your degree if you switch your major multiple times. You are better off waiting to attend college when you know what you want to do with your life.Read More
As Tim Ferriss once said, “Being busy is a form of laziness”. For those of us who don’t prioritize things in their lives, it is easy to get overwhelmed with everything that life brings our way. College is the same way. To succeed in college, I’ve found that I thought about time.
Time ownership refers to controlling one’s schedule. Time management refers to managing the time left over after others have had the chance to dictate your schedule.Read More