5 Motivating Sayings

Students, here are 5 sayings that can motivate you through the current semester.

Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.” –Karim Seddiki
I can be hard on myself at times for circumstances that are beyond my control. It’s critical to keep an optimistic attitude not only during challenging situations at school but also at home when dealing with roommates, home sickness, difficult relationships, etc. You’re doing your personal best, and at the end of the day, everyone is in the same boat, so don’t question yourself.

“Don’t wait until you’ve reached you goals to be proud of yourself. Be proud of every step you take toward reaching the goal.” –Anonymous
While it’s crucial to work hard and maintain a positive attitude, you should also recognise when you need to take breaks and treat yourself when you complete a challenging task or do well on a quiz or test. Be your own advocate and give yourself a pat on the back whenever you accomplish something worthwhile, no matter how tiny.

“I never dreamt of success. I worked for it.” –Estee Lauder
Success that is truly won requires a great deal of labour and frequently involves tears. A key component of success is setting goals, maintaining them, and never giving up on them since nothing ever gets done by just lounging around doing little or nothing.

“If it scares you, it might be a good thing to try” –Seth Godin
I remember when I was a Freshman here at WSU and I was terrified to take a Spanish class because I thought it would be too hard for me to handle. My roommate asked me to take it with her and convinced me that I could do it. I ended up loving the course and I have been a Spanish minor ever since. If it weren’t for my roommate telling me to take the course and for myself believing that I could, I wouldn’t be taking classes that I love now. Doing things that seem scary can sometimes be the best decisions for us. Trust your gut and never think you aren’t good enough.

“Nothing worth having comes easy.” –Anonymous
I was scared to take a Chemistry class as a freshman because I thought it would be too difficult for me to grasp. My best friend encouraged me and told me I could handle it. I ended up really enjoying the course, and ever since then, I’ve done well in Chemistry. I wouldn’t be attending lessons that I love right now if it weren’t for my best friend encouraging me to enroll in the course and my own self-belief that I could succeed. Sometimes the finest decisions for us are the ones that appear daunting. Don’t doubt your abilities. Rather, try to follow your instincts.

Stress is inevitable in our chaotic school lives. However, the moral of the story is don’t give up. You’re doing the best you can and you will succeed with a little bit of help. If you feel you might need some tutoring help, please contact us: https://www.goldstartutors.com/#contact

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