The Science of Success

Yes, we all want to be successful, but it can be hard to make a game plan for a concept that is so intangible. Luckily, we’ve got some concrete suggestions for getting there.

We’ll start by introducing you to the science behind procrastination via The Huffington Post. Understanding why you fall prey to binge-watching Netflix when a project is due can help you make the changes you need.

Once you’ve discovered the reasoning behind procrastination, it’s time to replace those bad habits with 6 good ones via FastCompany.

The Daily Muse is the next to help. They offer us a simple mental trick that makes the job search so much easier.

Once you’ve gotten further in the job search, it’s time for us to turn to the twentysomething guru himself, Paul Angone. He tells us what to ask ourselves when thinking about our current and future careers.

Still feeling a little discouraged about finding success? Don’t worry. My Modern Met shares famous, inspiring quotes paired with clever art that will leave you double motivated.

Hope you had a wonderful week!

- The AfterCollege Team

P.S. Haven’t checked out Young Faces of Unemployment? You should! It’s the perfect community for students and recent graduates to come together and talk about life.

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