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Action leads to Motivation

Last year I wrote a blog post called 5 ways to motivate yourself to study a boring subject and/or complete a project. I suggested strategies such as thinking positive thoughts, practising visualisation and taking small actions steps. Doing all of those things are great, but I’m sorry to say that I missed the obvious when […]

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5 strategies to help you write an assignment, thesis or book

The thought of starting any new writing task (whether it be a blog post, an assignment or a book) can be a daunting one. With only ideas in your head and nothing on paper or typed up on your computer, the sight of a blank sheet of paper or empty word document can be paralysing […]

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5 ways to motivate yourself to study a boring subject and/or complete a project

‘How do I get motivated to study?’ is one question I am constantly asked by students. Having just completed my honours thesis (which turned out to be the hardest, most stressful and rewarding project I have ever done) I am happy to say that there are many ways to motivate yourself, but it may involve […]

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Motivating the Unmotivated

At the beginning of every school year, I would tell myself “This year is going to be different. Assignments in on time, great marks, participating in lots of activities and to top it off, I’m going to be more organised” For a short time, I would feel motivated with a positive outlook, but it wasn’t […]

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