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Following list consists of movies I've seen, and which felt somehow motivating for me. But that's entirely subjective, so it may not help you. It's unsorted list (bottom movies can be very good). I've noticed one thing, though - the motivation I gained usually lasted for a few hours after I'd seen the movie. Then I went to sleep and it was gone. That being ...


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I can't comment (not enough rep!) but would be happy to add an answer if I could get some clarification on what you need motivation for. I think there are a lot of books and movies that leave you with negative emotions and, from those, encourage changes in how you treat others, valuing the time you have with people, etc. It is difficult to compile a list ...


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You need to practice the lessons in the class. In order to practice answering the questions you have to be extremely familiar with the subject. I am presuming that you have assigned reading for this class. Read it all, read it early and read it often. Read it more than once. If the author has written related works read those too. If there is material that ...


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The key is to find out the things that stop you from being productive. Then just get rid of them. Find the pain buttons of your procrastination, write out thoughts at the moments you think about getting things done. Not all thoughts - just the ones that actually stop you. They are not like the "LOOK I'M A THOUGHT ABOUT WHY I DON'T WANT TO START WORKING ...


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I understand your problem. Working incessantly over a period of time and then relaxing , wont work all the time. You need to be super motivated to do that. Anyways, I will give you some options / solutions, try them and they may help you to be productive on a consistent basis. The pomodoro technique- research it and read it. Use Nirvana HQ to practice ...



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