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The video highlights several monastic practices that can considerably increase personal productivity. Simplicity The monastic life is a life of simplicity. Monks typically little more than the absolute bare necessities, often wearing simple attire, eating basic but healthy meals and living in uncluttered, simple accommodation. Simple living can bring ...
I took a look at Buddhism and found a lot of stuff this. They have like rules for everything. For example, the Shobogenzo, by medieval master Dogen Zenji, is a book of more than 1000 pages that contains from highly metaphysical essays, to very precise instructions on things like how to cook, open a door or clean your ass. In my opinion what that kind of ...
Here's one tip I'd share - use the pomodoro method. Also, set a fun reward that for accomplishing a significant number/amount of study. But the reward should be measured, not a huge reward. Maybe "ok i'll watch YOutube for 15 minutes if I study this stuff for 3 hours"
Pretend to like it. Make it an acting challenge. You'll have to it anyway and if you do, you might as well (pretend to) enjoy it.
There were 3 big rules I remember from the Math department at my uni. if you work reduce your hours - Working even 20 hours a week is a huge time-constraint. Reduce your work-hours Do not fall behind! - Get help , if you are stuck, as soon as you can ! Take good notes, and review after class! My friend made a "cheat sheet" of how to pass a clsas. He ...
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