You really want to study at home but you always loose interest and the moods when you get into it, right? And now you want to know how to motivate yourself to study at home always, no matter the time of the day, isn’t it?
Motivation is a very tricky thing especially if you are relying on natural motivation as it comes and goes like day and night.
To remain motivated you really have to work at it. You have to build it up through constant effort, and I will be showing you just how to do that.
Let’s get to it immediately. 🙂
The Real Concept Behind Motivation
Although people try to complicate the whole idea of motivation, it really isn’t that difficult and confusing as it is made to be, if you understand it well.
Motivation is simply the mental energy that builds up when you are excited about something, especially a goal you really believe you can achieve.
This energy is mostly based off of the actual goal you have set for yourself, a clear strategy of how to get to it, and focused attention to it.
As you put these things into practice everyday, your motivation continues to build up.
But you should note that the fuel of this mental energy is mostly constant attention to the goals, because you have to remember them very frequently, to have them excite you and have you release more mental energy to keep at striving for the goal.
Now, you can use this same concept in study, to boost the level of your inspiration to study.
If you are into education and have high ambitions for it, you can use this concept directly by creating goals for things you want to achieve with your studies, like what you want to be, or for an upcoming event based on education like award winning event.
It could even be the competitive desire to be at the top, above your fellow students. Anything education oriented.
But if you don’t have any interest in your studies, but you have to study for your exams or trials, you can apply the concept indirectly in your life.
See, there are things you like doing outside of education which thrill you so much, and you can set them as goals you want to achieve after you are done with your studies.
Say you love video games, but you have to study for something crucial. You can set your favorite video game as the goal you want to get to after you have finished studying.
This will get you extremely stimulated to finish up the work so that you can play the game. See where I am getting at?
Ideally, you have to have a goal, and these are some of the best ways to set some for yourself based on your passion or lack of passion for studies.
The other thing is, constant attention to the goals. You have to keep remembering the goals so that you are more excited to work hard to get to them.
Since trying to put constant attention on something, on your own, can be quite hectic and time wasting, there is a system I found that does a great job with that.
My Personal Favorite Motivation Boosting System
As I said, trying to keep your attention to the goals can become a real hassle if you are those people who don’t want to exercise (or strain, if you will) their brains a lot, or simply have much stuff going on.
You have to write goals somewhere and keep referring to them, which will make you lose your attention and waste time, which will have you end up not having done anything substantial.
That is why I found that using an automatic system that helps you remember the goals every time will be of great help and time saving as well.
And I discovered this great system called the Dream Manifesto that really does this job so well.
It helps you set goals for yourself, add inspirational pictures and quotes, and even voice reminders to help keep you in high mental energy to keep studying.
What I loved about the system is that it will inspire you even when you don’t want to study or work, when you are tired or depressed.
Once you start using it, it rewires your brain and sets your motivation on fire.
And the good thing is, it works for high school and college students very well, and you can even use it to study for the most boring subjects.
How it Works
Ideally, Dream Manifesto is a computer software that helps keep you zealous by flashing your goals or dreams on your computer at different intervals, and even play inspiring voice reminders and subliminal messages as you work on other things.
It uses two great things to keep on the hook, that is visualization and hearing. These are the best approaches I know.
When the photos of your goals keep flashing and the voice reminders keep playing from time to time, as you will set the time intervals, they stimulate your subconscious mind and have it take up the goals and make them part of you.
Having done this, the goals will be easily achieved as plenty of mental energy brought by the excitement and inspiration, will be released to see them manifest.
Something that I also liked about the Dream Manifesto is that you are the one who sets the goals for yourself, the photos and voice reminders.
This means that you can add photos of the things you admire. If you like studies, you can add a picture of your dream career, or something that you want education to bring you.
If you are not so much into it, you can add the photo of the video games you want to play right after you study, or anything like that is based on what you love.
You can also add voice reminders about how great those things you want to get really are, something super inspiring.
After doing that work, you will just let the system get your motivation working on turbo by exciting you every so often.
Working with this can make you love things you have hated all your life, for real.
How to Use Dream Manifesto
Well, there’s a lot of good stuff in the system which can get you overwhelmed, although there is a guide to walk you through everything.
The excitement of how well the system works might have you waste time playing around with its features.
So I would suggest you start simple, and then as you get used to it you can get more and more crafty with it. Okay?
Awesome. Here is the simplest way to get it working for you right:
You will get a feature called the dream manifestation wizard that will let you set the goals and the other motivational stuff up. And this is how you should go about it:
• Add your dream (goal)
• Add a picture
• Add your own voice reminders
• Launch the goal and start flashing
• Watch your level of motivation go soaring as you use your computer
That is simply it!
And this is where I rest my case.
I am confident that this strategy will really improve your studies.
If you have any questions or comments, you can always leave them below and I will be happy to answer you. Feel at home, I’m your brother from another mother. I’ll be waiting. 🙂