Friday, 22 January 2010

parents evening

fail to check on my son

poor performance compare to my daughter.

why? less motivated why? ask the child himself.

no glass and helping other friend....

big isuue: less motivated and then how to get motivated...

How to Motivate Yourself to Study


Studying can be one of life's most boring and mundane activities. In fact, the very nature of studying goes against the basic human desire to maximize pleasure; studying barely registering on any human pleasure scale. But you can alter your basic urge to resist the rigors of studying by reminding yourself of a few basic, but important, truths!


Remind Yourself of Your Purpose - What are your goals in life? Where do you see yourself 5, 10, or even 20 years down the road? The time that you spend studying now will help to make your future dreams and aspirations a reality. Whether you are working towards a degree, a special skill, or some type of personal enrichment, the act of studying is like a bridge between where you are now and where you want to be in the future!
Step 2

Realize Knowledge is Power - A well-educated person is a powerful person. Knowledge is priceless. A well-educated, knowledgeable person is a person who is better able to navigate and excel within the world around him/her. Think about how much more knowledge and ability you are gaining each time you sit down to study!
Step 3

Dare Yourself to Succeed - Make it a point to dare yourself to surpass any real or imagined barriers that have been standing in your way. Personal achievement and fulfillment are wonderful things; allow yourself to do the things that can only contribute to your personal achievement and fulfillment - like studying!
Step 4

Make a Decision - The difference between a mediocre result and an extraordinary result is more often than not related to effort. Do you want to be a mediocre student or person, or do you want to rise high and sail the heights? Forcing yourself to sit down and study, even when you don't feel like it, is a personal achievement in and of itself. Build on that!

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