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- How do you find time to read?
- I’m learning Korean right now and I really enjoy it but I don’t do it very often. I tell myself I will but I just keep procrastinating because I’m not motivated. Do you have any tips on self-motivation?
- What do you think is the best way to fight against the feeling of giving up one goal when this feeling comes?
- Any quick thoughts about how I can stop binge eating and watching RV late at night? I have a spouse and toddlers, so even though we have gotten rid of almost all sugar and processed foods and snacks, we invariably have some snacks in the house including peanut butter- ugh! Also, we tend to cook extra so that food so that it will last a couple of days. Instead of remaining stoic and developing good sleep habits, I wake up, watch late night TV and binge eat. Luckily I am exercising and running on a daily basis at least 2 miles, thanks to Fabulous App, but I need to somehow kick the nighttime binge food/TV pattern. I am trying to read or meditate after reading kids to sleep, but it’s not working- yet!
- It’s difficult to me study at the same time every day, any advice?
Unfortunately they don’t make an app for the PMBOK textbook. There are practice tests I can take online but by the time I finish work I don’t want to study. It’s been difficult to be consistent
Firstly I try to study ahead so I always have time to study. But if there's really no time left, I tak a look at everything just a little so that I know something about it.
Depends if you need to study a certain subject for a class. I’m just studying on my own trying to learn a new language so I use Duolingo Chinese and Hello Chinese. I make sure I work on it daily so I don’t forget the lessons before and do the reviews on both apps and the extra studying in Hello Chinese. I do stop and try to scribble out some Chinese characters so I can begin to memorize them. I really enjoy learning so find something you love and have always wanted to learn. If you don’t then fake it till you make it. It only takes ten minutes or less for a lesson on duolingo and they have several languages to choose from.
I try to find a video about the topic. If I need to memorize things I use a flash card app. I pick certain music for each topic and then listen while I study and then immediately before a test or quiz.
I just make myself comfortable and try to relax. If I’m pressed for time I shouldn’t stress myself so instead I need to make a plan to achieve my goal. Regularly I use the application ,,Wunderlist”. With its help I’m able to prepare my to dos and tick off everything I complete. It’s not only an assistance through your day- it’s also a relieved feeling to complete your tasks.
I usually use articles as it is easier for me to take my own personal notes and study in the way that halos me best in my limited time
I prefer studying with articles or books. Sometimes I use apps or internet information for my studies. While travelling I keep a book with me & buy a magazine also, to myself occupied.
- How do you know if you’re stressed?
- How to stay more focused, and not get distracted by little things?
- What do you do if you feel depressed on exams week?
- How can I stop a bad habit?
- How do you find time to read?
- How do you test your learning?
- How much time do you spend learning and studying?
- I want to learn something practical like making clothes, knitting, singing, painting … any book suggestion, youtube channel or whatever?
- Sometimes it is quite hard to maintain my focus on learning and studying. I find myself checking mail, reading social media commentary and avoiding the still to be worked on assignments. What can I do to prevent that?
- How can I stay focused and motivated for a long time?