In your life, no matter what field you go into or what expectations you may have before or after graduate school, you will be called on to be a leader at some point. You may be placed in charge of a small project with your peers, assigned as the overseer of a division at work, or even work your way up to the top of the chain as the head honcho of a business. Regardless of how big or how small your task as a leader is, you need to be able to determine what style of leadership will bring the most success.
The time has come: graduate schools have opened their registration forms and are waiting for eager students, such as yourself, to apply. This leads to an internal debate: should you apply as soon as you can or focus on your schoolwork and wait until the last minute to apply to graduate school?
Anyone who has been to college knows that the most valuable asset they have is time. Time can easily slip away from the college student for a variety of reasons: procrastination, heavy workload, social life, or even just getting enough sleep.