How To Be (And STAY) Motivated To Study and Achieve Your Goals | SAS Podcast 5
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.