Elizabeth Razzouk | Student Success Series

Elizabeth Razzouk, McGill University psychology student

One component that I believe is key for all successful students is to love what you do, and to pursue it with passion and genuine interest.

True resilience may only be found in understanding that you, as a human being, have innate value and can accomplish great things, in spite of your perceived shortcomings.

When you’re happy with yourself and focused on your self-growth, you also are able to fully encourage those around you, and guide them into becoming better people.

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