4 episodes

Introducing How to Adult, a monthly initiative brought to you by Psi Chi @ Help University to cultivate conversations about academics, career and self-development to benefit students. It is all about having casual yet informative conversations with experienced individuals on a wide range of topics relating to academics, careers, and self-development. Through these conversations the speakers will share insightful knowledge and life tips that you can use to excel in life. Stay tuned to listen to our episodes as we bring in speakers from a wide range of backgrounds to help students in adulting!

How to Adult with Psi Chi How To Adult

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Introducing How to Adult, a monthly initiative brought to you by Psi Chi @ Help University to cultivate conversations about academics, career and self-development to benefit students. It is all about having casual yet informative conversations with experienced individuals on a wide range of topics relating to academics, careers, and self-development. Through these conversations the speakers will share insightful knowledge and life tips that you can use to excel in life. Stay tuned to listen to our episodes as we bring in speakers from a wide range of backgrounds to help students in adulting!

    Episode 4 - Making Sense of Your Career Plan

    Episode 4 - Making Sense of Your Career Plan

    Do you feel unsure of what to do after finishing your tertiary education? Does the working world feel overwhelming and terrifying? Are you worried that you may not find a job once you graduate? Ever wondered what psychology students can offer to the industries available?

    Join us and our speaker, Mr Eric Bryan Amaladas where we will give you a head start on how you can tackle the working industry as a psychology student! It is time to be the star candidate employees are looking for.

    This podcast comes to you from the HELP University Psi Chi Chapter. For more information on our society and frequent updates on all our events, please visit our Instagram page, @psichiathelp

    • 39 min
    Episode 3 - Written Thank You's, Your Mind Will Thank You

    Episode 3 - Written Thank You's, Your Mind Will Thank You

    Journaling is a great way to practice mindfulness by connecting with your thoughts and feelings. Gratitude journaling in specific has many benefits to one's mental health. For this edition of How to Adult, Dr. Eugene Tee, who is an associate professor at HELP University's Department of Psychology, joins us as we discover tips and tricks of gratitude journaling & how you can start journaling! 

    This podcast comes to you from the HELP University Psi Chi Chapter. For more information on our society and frequent updates on all our events, please visit our Instagram page, @psichiathelp

    • 28 min
    Episode 2 - High Achievers: Active Procrastinator vs Type A Planner

    Episode 2 - High Achievers: Active Procrastinator vs Type A Planner

    When it comes to surviving the semesters in academia, everyone has their own individual working styles. What works for one person may not work for another.

    Contemplate your own working styles with episode two of How To Adult titled "High achievers: The active procrastinator vs the Type A planner" where we are joined by an active procrastinator, Arjoon and a Type A planner, Kavisha, both individuals who are high achievers. How could procrastinating possibly be a good working style? What negative effects could come about from planning? Listen in as they debate the pros and cons of their individual working styles. Who will come out victorious?

    This podcast comes to you from the HELP University Psi Chi Chapter. For more information on our society and frequent updates on all our events, please visit our Instagram page, @psichiathelp

    • 35 min
    Episode 1 - From Psychology to Politics

    Episode 1 - From Psychology to Politics

    Alethea Wong, Chief of Staff & Research Officer of the Member of Parliament for Subang, joins us as we kickstart the How To Adult series. In today's episode we discuss the path that one must take if they wish to transition from an education in Psychology to a career in Politics and most importantly - how are they even related? We also dive into the juicy details regarding the perks and responsibilities of working in politics.

    This podcast comes to you from the HELP University Psi Chi Chapter. For more information on our society and frequent updates on all our events, please visit our Instagram page, @psichiathelp

    • 28 min

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