Tip: It is difficult to reach peak performance and learn new information if under the influence of marijuana.
The effects of marijuana can remain in the body for up to several days and may negatively impact attention, motivation, memory and learning. It can also compromise judgment and affect many other skills necessary to be successful in sports.
The QUESTion Project is a semester-long credit-bearing course, in which students address their most important questions about life and humanity that are at the core of a successful education. The program supports high school students in the transition to adulthood, helps them taking responsibility for their own lives and promoting openness and self-confidence and developing the skills needed for the 21st century.
Students who participate in The QUESTion Project build strength and authentic identity, to guide them in the pursuit of higher education, a life of meaning & purpose, and a future career. By inspiring students with a sense of possibilities and by empowering them to reflect on the meaning of their lives, the QUESTion Project empowers them to become inspired leaders of the future, able to respond creatively to the challenges of a global, interconnected world with vision and purpose
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Article from Mind/Shift How we will learn. states, “While definitions vary a bit from study to study, researchers have linked a sense of purpose to lower levels of adolescent depression, less binge drinking and drug abuse, healthier habits such as exercising, and a greater commitment to schoolwork. Adults with a sense of purpose report greater satisfaction with life.”
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Tip: Never increase your exercise intensity or the amount of weight lifted by a factor of 10% every 2 weeks
Be smart to avoid injury when training for your sport. Gradual increases in exercise intensity and amount of weight lifted will provide the best results. Progression is the key to the success of your workout.
Students who carry this sense of purpose into adulthood may also benefit in the long run. Research shows that adults who feel their lives have meaning and purpose are happier, more successful at work, and have stronger relationships.
To read the full article from Greater Good Magazine, Science-Based Insights for a Meaningful Life, please click here.