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    (Original post by wolto)
    Yeah this is my favourite by far, from 12 moms going is solid inspiration but there are other similar ones you’ll enjoy

    https://youtu.be/4bQ1BX3hz7I
    Thank you for the link ❤️ can't wait to listen to it.
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    I like the motivational speakers Eric Thomas and Les brown. The philosopher Alan Watts and YouTuber Elliot hulse. All though they are all great and pump you up and share some interesting ideas it’s not about motivation it’s about discipline
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    (Original post by Dominoes)
    I like the motivational speakers Eric Thomas and Les brown. The philosopher Alan Watts and YouTuber Elliot hulse. All though they are all great and pump you up and share some interesting ideas it’s not about motivation it’s about discipline
    That sounds intriguing. I'll definitely look for those philosophers speeches.

    I keep reminding myself it's rather a habit to get into than motivating oneself.

    Thanks for your input. ❤️
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    (Original post by Selinaloh)
    Agreed , but I always find it difficult to start studying.... 😩
    When I get into the work, it doesn't feel that bad. 🙃
    LOOL and I thought I was weird ahahaha yeh exactly same for me. I procrastinate so much due to this, I know sooner or later Ima trip up badly coz of it and ruin my life. One way I would overcome this is to make a revision slot during my free time (e.g. 6pm-8pm), so when 5:55pm shows on my watch, i get my stuff out, prepare the necessary things Ima use for those 2 hours, and by 6pm, Im all sorted out for revision. If you do that, it's much easier to start revision straight away.
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      think about the amount of days I have left till exam day and my reaction when I get really bad grades
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      (Original post by JDieMstr)
      LOOL and I thought I was weird ahahaha yeh exactly same for me. I procrastinate so much due to this, I know sooner or later Ima trip up badly coz of it and ruin my life. One way I would overcome this is to make a revision slot during my free time (e.g. 6pm-8pm), so when 5:55pm shows on my watch, i get my stuff out, prepare the necessary things Ima use for those 2 hours, and by 6pm, Im all sorted out for revision. If you do that, it's much easier to start revision straight away.
      That sounds like a good idea. I'll try that out. Thanks for your input. ❤️
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      (Original post by tamil fever)
      think about the amount of days I have left till exam day and my reaction when I get really bad grades
      OMG!! That's really good! 😂😂
      Spot on👌

      Thanks for your comment ❤️
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