Avoid information overload!
It is important to reflect on the abundance of information that we take in from the many resources that are available to us. In this episode I discuss some ways to reflect and take away the messages from each episode that speak to your situation and help you face your challenges. I also discuss how to access the resources that I make available to everyone and ways to put them to good use.
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Public Health Organizations is a valuable resource of global organizations that many people have already requested but others are not aware of or perhaps just have not requested yet
Valuable resource for research projects, connecting with organizations that match your public health interest area, potential resource for volunteer and career opportunities
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Leading By Example category of the community page
1 Billion Steps Challenge – My decision to start a team is one of the best decisions that I’ve made – becoming a visible example
Visit the page and read my post – I’m a Walking Example
Leading this team challenged me personally, stepping out in the way has moved me forward in many ways that are difficult to put into words right now
You don’t always need every resource that I share, or every tip that is shared on every podcast episode
Sometimes you only need one tip, one resource
Take what you need and apply it in your situation
Much information is made available but it is not for the intention of information overload
Resource for online degree student
Online Grad School Life Balance – guide specifically for students who are enrolled in online graduate degree programs
Connect with me if you’re an online degree student so that I can help you by sharing my personal journey through online graduate degree programs
American Public Health Association – Epi Section special featured episode coming up next week. Make sure you tune in for that.
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