How often do you face the prospect of finishing an assignment or studying for a test, only to give up and say,
“Eh, I just don’t feel like it right now.”
This feeling of de-motivation is common to all students and anyone who does creative or brain-intensive work for a living.
Heck, I’d venture to say that everyone falls into this mindset at least once in a while. Here’s the thing, though:
“Not feeling like it” doesn’t actually change your options.
Even if you don’t feel like doing something, you can still do it. It simply takes grit – mental toughness – to get yourself through those de-motivating feelings.
In this video, I’ll share a simple strategy that writers, weightlifters, and all sorts of other badasses use to get difficult work done consistently.
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Now That You’re Motivated…
If you want tips beyond that, though, I’ve got you covered. I just finished writing a book called 10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades (While Studying Less) and I’d like to share it with you for free.
The book covers topics like:
- Defeating procrastination
- Getting more out of your classes
- Taking great notes
- Reading your textbooks more efficiently
…and several more. It also has a lot of recommendations for tools and other resources that can make your studying easier.
If you’d like a free copy of the book, let me know where I should send it:
I’ll also keep you updated about new posts and videos that come out on this blog (they’ll be just as good as this one or better) 🙂
- This blog post by James Clear was one of my inspirations for this video
- Sean McCabe’s video on curing perfectionism is also a good one to watch
- If you’ve never seen the original True Grit, go watch it
What do you do to get work done when you just don’t feel like it? Let me know in the comments.
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