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How to movement your self ?

I push myself to do better and be better. #computer

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Doc’s Answer

Jakyiah try setting both your short-term and long-term goals as SMART Goals. The acronym SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely.

Your goals should be pretty specific. For example, don't set a goal to get an 'A' in class – that's to broad and involves a lot of factors. It is better to set a more specific goal of getting an 'A' on the first test, and then once you have reached that goal, set a new one. Next make sure the goal is measurable, meaning that there is a clear event that will happen so you know you completed the goal. Attainable and realistic go hand in hand. It means making sure you set goals that are practical to your situation. For example, if you got a 'C' on your last test, it may be unreasonable to say you will get an 'A' next time. Try shooting for a 'B' instead. Finally, the goals should be timely, meaning there are clear deadlines. Don't just say, 'I will finish my school project.' Rather, phrase it as 'I will finish my school project by Friday.' Having a specific date attached will help motivate you to stick to your plan.

Hope this is helpful Jakyiah

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Specific – A goal should be something that's well-defined. Everyone wants to succeed, right? So you should set a goal that's specific to your situation.
Measurable – Similar to specific, there should be an easy way to measure your goal. For example, you said 'you always try your best.' But what does that mean?
Attainable – Goals should also be realistic. It could be with your school schedule and family responsibilities, are getting perfect grades attainable?
Relevant – Remember Jakyiah if you're struggling with motivation, having someone else set your goals won't help you stay motivated to those goals. So the goals should be relevant to your values.
Timely – You might decide to take easy classes this semester and then, next semester put off your harder classes again. Pretty soon, it's years later and you still haven't gotten close to reaching your goal!
Thank you comment icon Thank You Josée. “The unselfish effort to bring cheer to others will be the beginning of a happier life for ourselves.” — Helen Keller Doc Frick
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Rebecca’s Answer

I think your question is how to motivate yourself if I am correct. Firstly, you may need to setup some long term and short term goals for yourself first and those goals are measurable/ quantifiable. Otherwise, you may lose the persistence to work towards the goals.
For the short term goals, it may be something that you can achieve in 2 weeks - 1 months. It is something achievable. Don't setup the goals to high. The short term goals are the milestone of the long term goals. You can put in what your need to do everyday in your diary in order to achieve the goals.
For long term goals, it would be something like 3-6 months. It should be the accumulation of the short term goals. You can see the ultimate result of your hard work.
Hope this helps! Don't Give up!
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