Tag Archives: notetaking

5 Tips for Staying Calm During a Job Interview

Keeping calm during a job interview is often easier said than done. However, while your resume, experience, skills, and education are all important factors in landing the job, the interview is usually a company’s first real impression of you. Learn how to conquer the interview nerves and put your best self forward with these tips.

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How to Create Beautiful StudyGram Notes

By: Christine Tsai of @studybeanthings

Hello everyone! It’s Christine from @studybeanthings. Today, I’m going to show you how to create StudyGram notes that will not only help you in your coursework, but also be pleasing to look at! This tutorial will focus on creating notes for two types of subjects: one that is text heavy and one that requires diagrams. Plus, I’ll give you some tips and tricks to organize your notes in way that will optimize your studying.

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5 Simple Strategies for Taking Better Notes at Work

Effective notetaking is often the unsung hero of the workplace. It can help you capture ideas, learn new concepts, organize your thoughts, share information, and much more—but in order for your notes to be effective, you first have to learn the right notetaking strategies. We’ve got you covered. Whether you’re in a one-on-one with your boss or in a large company meeting, these simple strategies will help you take better notes at work—and get more out of them.

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