Architecture school has a very high attrition rate. Students drop out like crazy for many different reasons. Let’s find out why architecture students drop out.
We all experience it… Some days we’re fired up to study, other days, we are not. The key to overcome that lack of confidence is what I talk about in today’s episode of the architecture podcast.
Along with this question from Khawaja (IG @kh_muhammad_ali), I also answer his other questions about getting into architecture school and how to figure out if it’s the right path to take.
The best architecture student memes that’ll make you laugh . . . and then cry.
Join me on this emotional roller-coaster and experience some regretfully relatable architecture student memes.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a high school student, college or university student, graduate or practicing architect. These relatable architecture memes will brighten up your day.
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.