Academic Buoyancy

The second step to overcoming our internal obstacles is to understand how to be more academically buoyant. Academic buoyancy articulates five traits that either empower you toward the process of learning or cause you to give up. The traits are: composure, confidence, coordination, commitment, and control. Academic buoyancy is perhaps better framed as resilience: the ability to adapt to stressful situations.

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