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Top 5 Good Habits To Start While You’re Still In Business School

Business school provides us with a lot of extra time apart from regular classes and how you spend this spare time makes all the difference!

Some graduate students prefer spending this time for enjoyment, but you can instead opt for better optimization of this time by engaging in productive activities such as extra-curricular or enhancing your skillset or even earning some extra cash. Following are top 5 good habits to pick up to make better use of your time during business school.

  1. Engage in a sport or learn a new skill
    These hobbies, such as engaging in a particular sport or indulging in any of the performing arts not just add proficiency but also act as stress busters in our college life. Involving yourself in these activities is a good utilization of time as you are also doing something constructive by keeping your body fit rather than wasting time by sitting idle.

    Additionally, you may also work upon learning a new skill, which may help you in the long term. Having a good skill set adds to your resume and your value as a professional. It would help you obtain a good job, and you may as well freelance during your college years.

  2. Join different societies
    Elite or not every business school has individual clubs or societies focusing on a particular field. You should opt for the society that focuses on what you are interested in. For example, there can be societies like Entrepreneurship, Music, Dance, etc. Enrolling yourself in one of these societies helps you develop your skills and even network with fellow students. It also teaches you leadership and teamwork and gives you an experience of administration.
  3. Freelance jobs or internships
    You can always utilize the extra time you have in earning some extra cash. There are a lot of freelance jobs available on the internet or otherwise, where you can make use of your abilities such as music composing, web development, content writing, coding, etc. which also pays you well.

    You can also take up internships in your concerned domain that may or may not pay you but would teach you things in your field, making you better prepared for the future and giving you valuable experience that would count. Many organizations offer work from home which you could take the benefit of.

  4. Take part in competitions
    Getting yourself enrolled in a university opens up a lot of opportunities for you, and it depends on you to grab them whenever you get a chance.

    Taking part in reputed competitions not only helps you utilize your time more productively but also gives you a prospect to learn something more, gain achievements, and bring laurels. They also help in making your resume more appealing, showcasing your aptitude, flair, and competitive spirit, something which is looked for in a potential candidate.

  5. Studying or reading
    Most of us come to business school intending to do well in our academics, and that is why another way to make use of your time is to invest it in studying your course-related material to bring regularity in your studies and excel in them. It would also give you an edge over the others. Another leisure time activity that can be fruitful is reading books, they might be academics related or not, but gaining specific knowledge about any subject of interest is always beneficial. Reading is a source of information that makes you more aware, alert, and conscious about your surroundings.

College life can disrupt your schedule, and it thus becomes imperative for you to make a timetable where you allocate your time in such a manner that it is not wasted and you are making the most out of it. This is the time to invest in yourself, build a personality, better your skillset, and improve your character. Productivity is always preferred over being idle, and being conscious and industrious in nature goes a long way. Not to forget, this is the age where you can exert yourself to greater limits and you must take advantage of the same.

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