How Do You Stay Motivated in Matric?
How do you stay motivated in matric? Finding ways to stay motivated is so important. Motivation enforces a change in our behaviour, develops competencies, allows us to be creative and pushes us to achieve. Matric is not easy and it's daunting knowing that the world is at your fingertips and that you are about to start plotting the course of your career - and that what you make of things from here on out depend heavily on those decisions.
How can I love studying?, how do I stop being so lazy?, how can I stay motivated?. If these are the questions running through your mind right now then you've come to the right place.
If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed by all that matric has to offer, why not listen to some advice from Michelle Obama by clicking here.
Who are you going to be? How are you going to respond if you don't get that job that you've always wanted? With the right mindset and openness to learning, the sky is the limit.
Skills like resilience and conscientiousness can be just as important as your test scores or even your IQ. If you are willing to DIG DEEP then you'll develop a set of skills that you can apply to any situation you encounter.
How are you deciding on what to do with the future that lies before you?
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