Compare and Contrast Business Systems in Japan and China

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As my school term begins and my course schedule is set, I have developed and plan for my time this year. • Dedicated study spaces To determine a place free from distraction (no cell phone or text messaging!) where i can maximize my concentration and be free of the distractions that friends or hobbies can bring! • Weekly reviews Weekly review and update are also an important strategy. Each week, like a Sunday night, review assignments • Prioritize your assignments When studying, I will begin with the most difficult subject or task. I will then be fresh, and have more energy to take them on when i am at my best. • Postpone unnecessary activities until the work is done! Postpone tasks or activities that can be put off until my school work is finished This can be the most difficult challenge of time management. As learners I always meet unexpected opportunities that look appealing, result in poor performance on a test, on a paper, or in preparation for a task. Distracting activities will be more enjoyable later without the pressure of the test, assignment, Think in terms of pride of accomplishment. Instead of saying "no" learn to say "later". • Identify resources When encounter difficult subject, ask for help from friends or seek information in the library or in the internet this can save time and energy, and solve problems. • Use free time wisely Think of times when i can study "bits" as when walking, riding the bus. Take shorter lunch breaks so there is ample time for me to concentrate, to read or review a chapter. • Review notes and readings just before class This may prompt a question or two about something you don't quite understand, to ask about in class, or after. • Review lecture notes just after class Review lecture material immediately after class. The first 24 hours are critical. Forgetting is greatest within 24 hours without

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