Staying on track? Getting back on track? Is it time to review?
Is it time to check if this was the right career or study choice? Time to contemplate other choices? But you don't want to jump from the frying pan into the fire. And you don't want to jump out until and unless you have a good plan B.
Is it really about study skills?
Some students say they have a tough time figuring out how to study. Somehow the basic building blocks of studying, or the basic habits of studying got lost. Students may not realise that Uni's generally offer support with this - easily accessed and free. So if that's the issue, there is help available. But my question is - is this really the issue - or is it a smokescreen? What's really impacting motivation?
Life stuff happens.
Is there something else happening in your life that's getting in the way? Maybe it's a good time to review that too. Hard to think straight and do well in your study or career if there's things tripping you up (e.g living situation, relationships, friend groups, health and drugs and alcohol).
My Tips for Youth and Tertiary Students
Wanting to steer your young person (aka "emerging adult") to a fulfilling and successful career?
University Students and Graduates
I offer a range of support - from single sessions to regular monthly coaching depending on the needs of the situation. Please contact me to discuss.
High School Students
While I usually work with a small number of school students each year I don't specialise in this group in terms of subject choice and career plans.
I am happy to refer you to people I'd recommend in this field. Just contact me.
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