How to Stay Motivated while Preparing for Competitive Exams!

Hello Friends!

I am not guiding you about the exam details, exam preparation or exam syllabus. Today, I want to share with you an answer, a thought of a student I met at an Educational Seminar, who inspired me to write this article. Words of an aspirant;

We always get motivated after reading motivational stories but whenever we face the difficulties, all the solutions, believes, everything falls down.. so it depends on the situation. When we are happy, we smile. And when we are in sorrow, we cry….without thinking about motivational factors…..so it is good to read these things….else when we find ourselves in adverse situations… we just go down and down and down

I appreciate his courage to come forward and talk about the reality that actually he faces or sometimes every one face.

As he said, “We always get motivated after reading such kind of stories, but whenever we face the difficulties, all the solutions, believes, everything falls down…”

 “SOLUTION, BELIEVES, FAITH”, are not just motivational words that cannot immediately come into your life. BUT…

  BELIEVE IN WHAT?

  FAITH IN WHAT?

Just reading a story is never enough. This requires practice.

  Someone believes in GOD

  Someone believes in DESTINY

  Someone believes in LUCK

But as a student, if you just believe in GOD, is not enough. If you just believe in Destiny, is not enough. If you just believe in LUCK, is not enough.

  Believe- “ACCEPT THAT IS TRUE”

Don’t go on the imaginary path like, “I believe that I’ll score 90% in this exam, I’ll definitely get the higher rank”.

  “Accept the truth”

If you have prepared and practised the quality work of 90%, then you will definitely score 90%.

  “Your PRACTICE is your BELIEVE!”

His further thoughts were “When we are happy, we smile. And when we are in sorrow, we cry”

Happiness and Sorrow are nothing but a state of mind. Whenever you feel happy or sad, just look yourself in a mirror. Close your eyes and look into yourself, what are you, what have you done, what is inside you…

In simple words, what have you prepared, have you given the quality time to study, have you given the right path to your objectives.

This practice will clear your state of mind and as a student, you will never indulge in the calculation of happiness and sorrow.

The purpose of the article is not to point out someone’s thought, but help you solve your problems by sharing the thoughts of one courageous person.

Best of Luck!

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