MOTIVATION

15 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Study

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Written by Shikha Sharma

Motivation plays an important role in a student’s life. So, today I am going to share some tips that will motivate you to perform:

#1. Say Goodbye to Procrastination 

To achieve something in life you will have to leave the habit of procrastination. As said by Thomas Jefferson– “Never put off for tomorrow, what you can do today.” You need to follow this throughout your life to make things work according to you.

#2. Be a self-motivator

Nobody can motivate you better than yourself. Keep motivating yourself to study and to learn new things. Great things do not come easy so never stop trying. Put all the efforts and wait for the result.

#3. Make a Plan and Set Right Attitude

Planning is the first step for the successful execution of any work. Make an organized study plan that should be followed religiously to achieve desired results and devote time as per the difficulty level of the subject.

#4. Think Positive

If your mind is full of negative thoughts you will not be able to concentrate on things. Do not compare yourself with others as everyone has their capabilities. Just keep doing hard-work and it will automatically give you positive results.

#5. Growth Mindset

Mindset is everything. It has been found that students with a growth mindset were more likely to increase their grades over time than those with a fixed mindset. Someone with a fixed mindset believes that his/her intelligence or creative ability is static which can’t be changed.

#6. Study in a Group

Educational psychologists have shown in their research that studying in groups has several benefits. In a group study, you can share notes as well as the knowledge that will automatically sharpen your study skills. Healthy group discussions with other team members can help to clear up your confusion.

#7. Avoid Distractions

While you are studying something important try to avoid any kind of distraction coming your way. If you concentrate on things deeply you can learn them more effectively. Always keep your goal in mind and work with full determination.

#8. Stay committed

Never quit, stay committed to your studies. Always work hard as nothing is impossible if you are willing to achieve it. Staying committed to your goals is one of the most central standards of accomplishment.

#9. Practice Daily

As it’s being said, “Practice makes a man perfect”. Do practice things daily to become an expert in something. It will make you feel more confident and positive in life.

#10. Overcome your fear

If you have fear in your mind regarding any particular subject then you can’t perform well.  Do not fill your mind with negative thoughts. Take help from family, friends or teache

#11. Time Management

Time Management is a must in a students’ life.  Smart students manage their time well so that they can easily get time to study as well as to play. Both studies and health are equally important; maintain a proper schedule so that you do not miss anything.

#12. Learn from Others

Healthy competition is never bad. When you see your friends are getting better grades as compared to you, take it healthily. Focus on your strengths or your weaknesses and start working on them. You will see an improvement in your performance.

#13. Set goals high

Always set your goals high as it is very important for long-term success. Things should always be clear in your mind. Ask yourself what my current goal is and what my plans are for the future. Setting goals can encourage students to learn new problem-solving techniques so they can find alternative routes to success.

#14. Train Your Mind

Do not get frustrated if you are not getting good grades. Studies have also shown that even an average student can score well with a growth mindset. Instead of stressing about bad grades understand your mistakes and work upon them.

#15. Take small breaks

Do not get exhausted by the thought of doing too many things. Take small breaks from the study period and do something that you like as this can improve both focus and attention. 

When you study, you sit in the same position for long periods which is not good for health. Take some time to stretch your muscles or go out for a walk as it can help you feel relaxed.

 

About the author

Shikha Sharma

I am a passionate blogger and digital marketing professional. I love to write all about Health, Travel, Lifestyle, Fashion, and social issues. It's my goal to inspire young women to reach their full potential while living happy lives.

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