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Comment by Reddit user ryans01

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1. Nonzero days as much as you can.

2. The three you’s, gratitude and favours.

3. Forgiveness

4. Exercise and books

Ouch. Sounds like you're having a tough time max. That sucks. I've been there, so I kinda know what you're talking about. I've been in the ever circling vortex of self doubt, frustration, and loathing. It's no bueno. I know. If you don't mind lemme tell you a couple things. You can read em if you want, read em again later if you feel like it. But honestly man, if I spend all this time typing this out to you and you don't let it be a little tinder for your fire, well, you're just letting us both down. And you don't HAVE to do th...

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This is my inspiration board! Here I post anything that inspires or motivates me. From essays, to quotes, to inspirational videos. If it helps, it helps!

:)

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Comment by Reddit user Sonic_99

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Hi, I'm a computer science undergrad student and I just got my semester results. I wanted to write a thank you post with the things I did differently this semester and this seemed to be the best place for it. So what's different this semester? This semester, I got a summer internship for 2019 with my dream company and achieved a CGPA of 9+ (out of 10) and I have r/GetStudying as one of the communities to thank for. Following are the techniques that I discovered across blogs (& personal experience) and made it so far:

  • First things first. THE WILL TO ACT: I hope you guys are familiar with this dialogue from Batman Begins

||| 'The training is nothing, will is everything. The will to act.'

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