Motivational Kicks For Different Types of Students
Motivational Kicks For Different Types of Students: The article contains motivational kicks for different types of students. We hope you will get some useful tips after reading the complete article.
Exams are just around the corner and there is just one month in your pocket, and your world seems like a gloomy and an anxious place of flashcards and books. You might feel nowadays that joy only consist of buying new pens. Visiting the doctor (if you are sick during this time) is the only break for you. Otherwise you are so much surrounded by your books that you don’t even have some spare time to have your meals properly.
“Who said I won’t fail? I might. Who said I might give up? I won’t.”
“Black and white is mix of toughest simplicity and easiest complexity.”
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Being familiar with such one month duration, I would like to help you out through the same with these motivational kicks.
1. For the student who is extremely productive at unimportant things:
This is known as procrastination, when you give more preference to less important things first and less preference to the more important thing. There is just one months in hand and you need to give attention to those tasks/chapters or subjects which are utmost important. Just remember a small quote by Philip Stanhope “Know the true value of time; snatch, seize and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness, no laziness, and no procrastination: never put off till tomorrow what you can do today”.
2. For the student who is struggling with their self-belief:
Self-belief is vital. Your level of self-belief isn’t set in stone; not unalterable. We can all be flexible and change, even ‘fly’. You need to re-examine and discard many of the limiting ideas that you have about yourself, deal with your inner negative voice, flip a weakness into a strength, develop your ‘super power’ and be your own motivational coach.
3. For the student who can only see a mountain rather than reaching it:
Yes! It is good to look at the mountain but it is very important to aim for it, without which you can never achieve your goals. It always seems impossible until it is done. “People who aim for the mountain’s peaks are the winners of each time and place. Their tenacity in pursuing their elusive dream eventually led them to victory.”
4. For the student who needs a reality-check:
There are few students who really need a reality check. “Reality check is an occasion on which one is reminded of the state of things in the real world”. It is really important to dream big, but is also important to come out of dreams and live in reality. All you need to do is, push yourself, because, no one else is going to do it for you.
5. For the student who has big ambitions:
An ambitious attitude can lead anyone to triumph and satisfaction, regardless of what is put in front of them. But always remember that “The expert in anything was once a beginner.” Don’t let your ambitions be your enemy i.e. struggle to achieve your ambitions and don’t just dream of reaching your ambition.
6. For the student who is the master of excuses:
There are many students who are prone to make excuses. But remember that excuses may work at short run but may be harmful to you in the long run. If something is really important to you, then you will find a way. If not, you will find an excuse.
7. For the student who can’t reach the end of the road:
Do you fall under this category? If yes then there’s a tip. Keep going and don’t just seek for an end. I’m not telling you that it is going to be easy; I’m telling you that it’s going to be worth. Coming to the point, don’t think about when you will be able to complete the syllabus, but keep doing until you feel that you are confident.
8. For the student who is afraid of failures:
“Failures are a part of life. If you don’t fail, you don’t learn. If you don’t learn you’ll never change.” So don’t panic if you face a failure. A person who makes no mistakes is unlikely to make anything at all. It’s better to have a life full of small failures that you learned from, rather than a lifetime filled with the regrets of never trying.
9. For the students who needs to think about the future:
Thinking about the career and the future is the best thing to do at this time. You need to realise and open your eyes that this time i.e. a month before your exams is very crucial. “To say that ‘I don’t have time’ is like saying that ‘I don’t want to do.”
10. For all types of students:
Your attitudes and mindsets can have a huge impact on your motivation! If you have a positive attitude towards your studies you will be able to boost motivation, just by having a positive attitude towards it. You will be confronted during your studies – every once in a while – with negative emotions such as anger, anxiety and disappointment. These emotions can decrease your motivation drastically, which means you will begin to drive with negative results for your studies. My tip for you is to not waste your precious time and energy on negative feelings/emotions and attitudes towards anything or situations that you neither can change nor control.
Motivational Kicks For Different Types of Students
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