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ECON 211--Macroeconomics  

Introduction to Economics

The Law of Demand

The Law of Demand (Article)

Price of Related Products & Demand

Change in Expected Future Prices & Demand

Economics 212--Microeconomics

Circular Flow of Income and Expenditures

Parsing Gross Domestic Product

Investment and Consumption


Introduction to Biology

Chemistry of Life

Water, Acids, and Bases

Properties of Carbon


Energy and Enzymes

Structure of a Cell

Atoms, Compounds, and Ions

Periodic Table

Acids and Bases

time management 1Time Management  

Beat Work Overload. Be More Effective. Achieve More.

Time management is the ability to plan and control how you spend the hours in your day to effectively accomplish your goals. Poor time management can be related to procrastination, as well as problems with self-control. Skills involved in managing your time include planning for the future, setting goals, prioritizing tasks, and monitoring where your time actually goes ( 

The link below explains 61 skills that help you work powerfully and use your time better. On it, you can learn core personal effectiveness skills, find out how to prioritize and schedule your time for maximum impact, develop and maintain focus, and motivate yourself to achieve extraordinary things. Enjoy exploring these tools, and becoming highly effective!

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