The things you’ll never hear an architecture student say, such as “I can’t wait to go back to Uni”, “Those jurors were so nice!” and “I’ve got way too much time on my hands.”
On today’s episode, I talk about how a lot of students, like me, have been reaching out and saying how they’re not sure if they’re fit for architecture. They seem to get motivation in bursts, rather than having a persistent motivation to study. It comes, and it goes. The problem with this is that you start to doubt yourself. You need to anchor in these 4 habits I talk about to help drive a constant and persistent motivation to study architecture.
Specifically, I’ll talk about:
• Creating a definite purpose, goal or dream to strive for.
• Creating a definite plan to achieve this goal.
• Ignoring the discouragement and negativity of others, and your own mind.
• Attracting and accepting the encouragement of others, and your own mind.