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Working while studying has many benefits, but it can also be overwhelming and exhausting. Don’t let the juggle between the two overtake your life or jeopardize your academic or career success. Whether you’re working your way through college, working in a field that you love or expanding your experience and knowledge while having a full-time job, then this episode is for you.

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Cheat Sheet:

  • Marmel and Brooks’s top 3 favorite resources [2:13]
  • The challenges many people face when trying to juggle work and continuing their education [5:48]
  • Why the why is so important in discovering your priorities [9:36]
  • How involving those closest to you can help energize your continuing education [13:46]
  • Why you can’t neglect your energy when you’re working hard on a project [20:52]
  • How to use all of this information to create your own productivity system [26:05]
  • The importance of celebrating your milestones along the way [35:13]

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