TLR Coaching Monthly Newsletter

School, what is it?

Is it an institution for educating children?

Is it the buildings used by an institution for educating children?

Is it the students and staff of a school?

Is it any institution at which instruction is given in a particular discipline?

The truth of the matter is a school is all of that. We send our children to “school” so they can learn what we didn’t. So they can become productive citizens. So they can help us with the latest electronic device. Ok, it’s not just me who needs help. Here are some tips to help with the adjustment. But first a poem.

A Math Poem

Why do we need math?

Because it puts us on a narrow path.

Even though it sometimes makes you swell up in wrath.

To most,

Math just causes you stress,

But thats not the case.

Its a workers base,

Math is in every place.

Math doesn't have a realistic face,

But when it is used,

It leaves a remarkable trace! 

By Ettie Christian, 2014

Back to School Tips

Tip #1: Create a Schedule! Time management is key to being successful and staying on top of everything you need to do!

Tip #2: Do Not Procrastinate! Dedicating a little bit of time everyday to the courses you are taking is definitely going to positively impact your grades and make you a better student!

Tip #3: Know What is Expected of You! Pay attention to what the teacher is saying about the workload of the class and what they are hoping for you to get out of it. Knowing their expectations and achieving them will help your year start smoothly.

Tip #4: Get Involved! Getting involved with your school community is great because you can pursue your interest and meet peers who have the same and similar interest as you. It is amazing to have something that you are passionate about and enjoy doing so never be afraid to pursue your interests.

Tip #5: Learn What Type of Leaner You Are?

Everyone is individual and so is the way you learn! There are three main types of learning styles, which are auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. Knowing what type of leaner you are is going to help you be a better student and have better studying habits. I highly encourage you to do some research and determine the type of learner you are so you can personalize your studying.

Tip #6: List of academic goals! Write out a list of goals that you want to achieve for the upcoming school year!


Proverbs 2:10 says:

For wisdom will enter your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul.

This is my prayer for you.

Have an awesome month,


Your Life Coach, Accountant, Real Estate Investor, MBA



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PS.  Please forward this to the person in your life who is attending school.