What happens when you’ve done all the right things to set yourself up for a great study day, but then you freeze with overwhelm, panic or doubts? In this episode I’m going to walk you through how to stay present in your study sessions so you can skyrocket your studying success.
It’s all too easy to get trapped in our heads when we’re trying to study. We dwell on our past mistakes, challenges and bad habits and panic that we’re not going to be able to move past them. Or we freak out at how much we still have to do and become frozen in the overwhelm.
There is a way out and I’m going to share it with you so you can boost your studying success. In this episode you’ll learn my super simple method for bringing yourself back to the present so you can study with more focus and positivity, and make consistent progress towards your study goals.
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