1) Putting yourself first
Putting yourself first doesn't mean you have to be self-centered. It means knowing when to say "no" If you don't want to be involved in something, going out or anything of that nature it is okay to say no because your time is vital. why spend it doing something you don't want to be doing.
2) Goal Oriented
First make a goal list, whether it is a short or long term. Have an objective to work towards. Then make smaller implications of how you are going to achieve that goal. Investing in a planner to keep all important dates and to write down your daily to-do list will help with organization. Stay focus, remember the purpose of your hard work.
Getting a good nights rest and or figuring a quick nap in your daily schedule can be vital to your productivity. In my experience, I work 30 hours a week and go to school full time. With my earliest class starting at 6:30 am I dont have the time to nap during the day so I have to go to bed earlier than I use too. Not too early but just enough to get 7 hours of sleep. The more sleep you get, the more your body will thank you.
4) Being less open
Everyone should not know every single detail about your life. Now that social media is everywhere and the urge to post is strong it's hard not to post that you went to Starbucks three times this past week or that the person you're dating is getting on your nerves. People don't really care about all that stuff. Most of the time. Keeping something to yourself will allow you to realize your strengths and weaknesses without the whole social media platform watching.