You’re still feeling trapped in school if you’re not doing some of the following
on December 28, 2017

1. Share what you want to share

You want to share, deep within you, but you just can’t because you’re scared of someone being angry at you for sharing.

—remember those days when you kinda wanna share your answers to your beloved classmates during exams, but you’re scared of being caught giving? That feeling is probably stopping you from sharing and giving all your best to the world—

Quick Tip:

It’s over. In reality, you need to share, good or bad, otherwise you’d grow depressed and unproductive. Let your greatest potential out, so you can help Billions and Billions of People all over the world. [Yay!]

2. Ask what you want to ask

—have you forgotten how to ask a question because, sometimes, at school, you’re hesitant to ask a question because you care too much of what your classmates is going to think of you ‘not listening maybe’ or ‘his or her question is wrong’. [lol]. Hope not though—

But here’s another good thought you might want to consider beginning today!

“It’s when you ask yourself, google, right people, that you’ll learn a lot, then you’ll have a lot to say and share to other people who’s also interested in learning like you.”

“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.”

– Daniel J. Boorstin

Don’t forget to ASK something today…

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3. Time-clock is always clicking, there’s plenty of it, but you have to decide how are you going to spend it.

—but if you’re still thinking that ‘there’s no enough time left’, then maybe you’ve misunderstood it with ‘those times when the teachers didn’t give you enough time to finish your test papers, or projects at school’—

Quick Tip:

It’s different now. You hold the timer now. You can ask for time adjustments even at work. You can adjust time. You can.

What if you’re procrastinating?

Read this book, “No Procrastination”.

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4. There’s plenty of money for you, but you have to take it with something in return of course.

—maybe it also happened to you, when you’re like “I don’t have enough money” for school fees and social life—

Quick Tip:

It’s different now. You have plenty of opportunities to earn money when you graduate, and even when you don’t, as long as you have great skills – there’s online jobs, remember?

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5. You have a powerful brain like everybody else does, you just need to keep enhancing and upgrading it. [Oy!]

Here’s a good book to exercise your brain power: Nootropics: Boost your brainpower, Increase your memory, IQ,happiness level, cure anxiety and more (Unlimited Power Book 1)

And if you’re curious about brainwave entrainment, to boost your brain power, you would love THIS.


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