In this podcast episode I recap the recent YouTube video ‘5 Ways NOT To Motivate Yourself For Exams’ and suggest some practical ways you can become more motivated to do well. Have a listen if you’re looking for some practical ways to get motivated enough to begin your journey to a better set of exam results than you expected.
How we can become motivated by the process of doing something
How historical source analysis is a useful skill-builder for spotting fake news
Making sure you’re actions and motivation are aligned with your values and standards
Putting the time we spend studying for exams into perspective
The concept of ‘advertising’ to yourself
Breaking huge tasks down into smaller chunks which can be tackled daily
Quote: "Commitment means staying loyal to what you said you were going to do long after the mood you said it in has left you"
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