“Get the Degree Without Losing Your Mind: The Busy Student’s Guide to Study Hacking” serves as an indispensable guide in an era of distraction and short attention spans

United States, 12th May 2024 — Morgan James today announced the new release of “Get the Degree Without Losing Your Mind: The Busy Student’s Guide to Study Hacking” by Christina Carmelle Lopez, a former U.S. diplomat and current manager and higher education consultant for Deloitte Consulting. The book offers students a proven methodology that helps them achieve educational and career success. It is one of the first books ever to carry a new disclaimer for this era that affirms that it was generated 100% by human, rather than artificial, intelligence.

Lopez has spent decades working with students, developing time-tested study methods in the process. Though suitable for students of all ages and backgrounds, her book is particularly relevant to today’s modern, non-traditional students struggling with time management and the pressure of career advancement. To that end, the book offers hacks that help retrain the brain for maximum focus and concentration. Along the way, the author suggests ways to achieve a greater balance in life and enjoy friends, family, physical health, and mental well-being. 

“Today’s students are constantly distracted,” said Lopez, “which can lead to suboptimal outcomes. My book offers a holistic approach to addressing the challenges students face, one that teaches them to nurture their minds, bodies, and spirits.” Education professionals are praising the book. According to Pepperdine University President and CEO Jim Gash, “The advice provided in this book acts as an antidote to the distracted mind by helping students improve their ability to focus.” 

“Get the Degree Without Losing Your Mind: The Busy Student’s Guide to Study Hacking” presents methods to overcome challenges to studying, including:

–           Effective planning and time management 

–           Improving reading comprehension

–           Managing academic, personal, and professional projects

–           Writing a research paper

–           Preparing for exams and job interviews

–           Thriving in professional environments

–           Avoiding burnout 

–           Improving mental health and cognition

Regarding the generative-AI disclaimer in her book, one of the first of its kind, Lopez remarked that she felt it was important to ensure her readers knew that the book was written entirely based on her knowledge, research, and experience as a long-time academic administrator and instructor. “I suspect that this kind of disclaimer will become common in the future as a unique marker of human, rather than computer, craftsmanship. We are entering an era where I believe fully human creations will become more rare and, therefore, more valuable.”

About the Author

Christina Carmelle Lopez is a former U.S. diplomat and academic administrator turned higher education consultant. She has written for various print and online newspapers, magazines, and journals, including “The Huffington Post.” Christina holds a master’s degree in international relations and an MBA in international business. She loves to travel and spent years living overseas while working for the State Department at the U.S. Embassy, London.

For more information and to order the book, visit https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/get-the-degree-without-losing-your-mind-christina-carmelle-lopez-mba-mia/1143397468?ean=9781636981963 and reach out to the author at https://www.get-the-degree.com/



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