Study motivation

Study Motivation Help

To use Motivation Drips for studying you should include some of the following;

  • A drip to represent part of a particular part of homework, or parts of homework broken down in your task list to ensure you cover and complete all parts
  • Drips to represent sections of revision, broken down by week or month as your examinations approach - getting a student to do regularly revise as a matter of course throughout their school years can really improve their grades
  • Multiple tasks broken down to show the areas of a project, the created as drips to focus on each area

If you want to start making a "Study Task List" and are not used to using task lists the take a look at our "Make a Task List" section.

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From Study Task List to "Drip Time"

So, have you compiled your Study Motivation Task List?

Ensure your tasks are in order of priority - what you wish to be completed first at the top of the list etc. It would also help to have an idea of how long you wish each task to take.

Now select a colour you want to associate with a "Study Drip" task then take the first task and visualise it becoming a drip of ink, floating in the air in front of your eyes, then imagine it slowly (or speedily if it's to be achieved quickly) falling. You set the speed by which it falls based on your time limit for the task.

Now get on with the task, once completed remove it from your task list.

After a couple of tasks you'll find you get used to the concept of focus and therefore urgency - try it out for yourself!

Remember: If you and your colleagues embrace "Motivation Drips", you will be more successful!

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