developing self-awareness and self-knowledge
"Procrastination is the thief of time." —Edward Young Procrastination can feel like a major hurdle to overcome throughout your graduate and professional career. You are not alone! Procrastination is a vicious cycle that we all suffer from time to time. In this workshop we will discuss: why we procrastinate, what it really means when we do, and how our brains are involved. We’ll also cover effective ways to restructure your life and schedule to minimize procrastination and increase motivation.
The Office for Religious Life’s Center for Inter-Religious Community, Learning and Experiences (CIRCLE) offers a safe haven for worship, ritual, meditation, reflection, and spiritual and intellectu
These links to anonymous self-assessments from Stanford WellMD can help you gauge your emotional, physical, and mental well-being and find out how you're doing on a variety of measures like happine
This collection of resources from Stanford Health Library includes articles, book recommendations, and links to free eBooks that can help you relax, manage stress, and maintain well-being under pre
The Stanford Women's Leadership Conference hopes to engage Stanford students, faculty, staff, and alumni in a creative dialogue with some of the most innovative women of today in fields as diverse as entrepreneurship, social work, and technology.
What do you want out of life after Stanford? Wondering how to weave together what fits, is doable, and will be truly meaningful? Join us for Designing the Professional.
Motivation is often misunderstood as a force driven by a system of rewards and punishments. However, the latest research shows it's much more dependent on cultivating meaning, purpose, task mastery, and freedom of choice. In this course students will uncover the keys inside themselves to ignite the power of their motivation at school and their life.
Open to all current Stanford graduate students, space is limited.