Motivation to graduate. That’s what I am studying and although it’s boring I have to do it in order to pass and graduate with my MBA.
- Do you floss with floss picks or do you use the string floss?
- How do you get into an efficent, rewarding exercise routine?
- I don’t floss every day, but feel as if I’ve failed if I’ve not ‘ticked the box’. How can I adjust my schedule for flossing to suit me?
- Based on experience, has it been found easier to exercise before eating or to eat before exercising? What aspects make it better?
- Is it better to floss before or after brushing the teeth?
Where is it taking you? Is a place you want to go to? If it is realize that Finance is just a step towards your destination. Think of it as planning a trip with a map. If you highlight the route from where you are to where you’re going is studying Finance on your route? If it is then you can think about it as the boring part of the drive that you have to go through to get to where you’re going. Focus on what it will be like to reach your destination to get through the difficult and boring parts. If the reward of your destination is great enough it will help carry you through the boring parts.
- How do you concentrate; how do you fortify your focus?
- What are you learning?
- How do you remember what you study?
- What’re you’re techniques for note taking?
- What is the best way to stop procrastinating, and just start on my work? Because I usually end up doing everything else there is to do before I start studying or homework.
- I struggle at focusing when reviewing terms and definitions. Do any of you have suggestions to help me study?
- Do you have any good tips for staying focused in school?
- How can I be productive in school with the internet at my fingertips?
- What are your pre-study habits that gets you amped up and moving?
- Yes. How do you maintain the discipline of studying daily as a working woman/wife/mother with respective demands to those other roles after work?