3. They believe in themselves: They so much believe in their abilities that they’re always thinking positively about the future and their performance. They think positively and believe that failure is inevitable. They don’t think negativities.
Another nightmare I see affecting students is the mindset-problem. They’re always full of mental limitations because of the way they think. They’re mental slaves to negative thoughts and they think less about themselves. They allow negative thoughts to override their positive actions and make them perform poorly even after sufficient preparations. What have you been thinking? If you can think it, you can have it! Anthony Robbins said: you can have anything if you are willing to give up the belief that you can’t. You’re simply a product of your thought-pattern. You have to mind your mind if you want your generation to mind you!
Bottom line: as a man thinketh in his heart, so he is. What you think is who you are. If you think failure, you become one and if you think success, you become one too. Thoughts are so powerful that they become the steering of our lives. What you think in your mind is what you act out! Success or failure starts first with the mind. Whatever you want to achieve, first, think it through. If you can think it and believe strongly on it, you can do it! Greg Anderson said: “Everything is created twice – first mentally, then physically”, but I beg to disagree! To me, things are only created once, then ‘reproduced’ physically from the mind. The mind simply acts out what it has already resolved inside and does nothing outside it. Can you go somewhere without first resolving it in your mind? In the same way, you can’t achieve academic greatness without first conceiving the idea and believing it. You want to attain academic excellence or failure? Then create it through your thoughts! Create the positive thoughts and believe strongly in it, it will soon materialise!
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Yours truly motivational,
The Academic Coach.