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Study mantra 1: Habits of successful students

Today results of XII standard are declared. Many students scored 100 % marks in exams. Due to know how they achieved this goal?

Honestly do you know exactly what the highly successful students do? In fact, there is no great secret in knowing the five top Habits of Highly successful students, but the real problem is that even when we know everything we find it very difficult to follow these habits. We make this long list of new year resolutions and by the 10th of January, we are sitting on our couch eating vada-pav guzzling cutting (tea) binging on Netflix. Today we will see the things that the top five habits of highly successful students, which make them different from rest other common students. So, let's begin with the names of these four books: one is atomic habits by James Clear; two is the power of habit by Charles Duhigg; three is indestructible by Mere Air and hooked also by near Yale and now the how’s and why’s of the five habits of successful students habit number five, find the source of your distraction now you might think that the phone is a source of your distraction and that by keeping it on silent it'll be the solution to all your problems. Have you ever wondered why you find it impossible to do that? So let's try to find the real source of your distraction. New Al says that the opposite of distraction is not focused but attraction and the common word between the two is an action which means it's something we do and not something that happens to us. So attraction is the things that you do, that you planned to do and distraction are the things that you do that you didn't plan for now. There are two triggers to distraction; one is the more obvious external trigger the beeps and rings on your phone. The second is the internal trigger something inside you. Now, it could be loneliness, it could be low self-esteem or it could be just boredom that leads you to grab that phone. Our brain is using these distractions to prevent us from these uncomfortable feelings. So we need two strategies here; one is to manage our internal triggers. Now if you really have to manage our distractions, we need to recognize and manage our internal triggers. But how are we going to do this? So, here are some steps to follow:
Every time you notice a serious distraction, just take a notebook and write down the exact sensation that you feel. Is it fatigue? or is it something more painful to acknowledge the sensation? Let it come to the surface. Don't drown it or shut it out. So, if you find that you were procrastinating because you were stressing about an assignment, recognize it, calm yourself down. Take a warm shower and be compassionate to yourself. Don't deliberate yourself for procrastinating. Give yourself 10 minutes. Most of the times the pain will either pass or settle and once you're aware of the nature of the problems over time, you might be able to manage the root cause of your distractions.

Now strategy number two is to pack external triggers, follow these simple steps. Step 1 one turn off the notifications on all the apps on your phone. Right now this is non-negotiable. step number two when you study keep your phone away from your study space. Now the brain resists extra effort and you'll find that every time you try to grab the phone and you find that it's sitting forty-five seconds away inadvertently. You'll tell yourself okay, I'll check it later and announce this to your friends. tell everyone that I don't check my phone always on time and they will stop expecting instant replies from you. Tip number three send fewer messages. Now, every time you send a message you look at your phone and you wait for a response. This leads to a cycle of its own. Tip number four: Active participation in class. Avoid looking at your phone during class hours. Now take notes ask and answer questions participate in discussions and you'll be amazed at how much you've finished learning in the school itself. While everyone else was busy checking their phones. Now I'm going to give you the names of three apps that are absolutely free for you to use that will help you hack your external triggers. One is the forest App and second is the Self-control App and three is the time guard habit; number four finds your golden hour or two. Now everyone has that perfect time during the day when they are most productive. So look around the routine of your house and find that perfect slot of time when you’re most productive, creative, and energetic. The mind is fresh at 7:00 a.m. now I work from home and I find it very challenging to be productive, so here's how I hack my day. I wake up at about 6:30 a.m. Drink a few glasses of water and get me a cup of herbal tea. Now, these were old habits and I decided to stack a new habit on top of this. I wasn't getting time to do my music. I decided to do 20 minutes of reals while having that purpose. Then have a cup of tea at 7:00 a.m. During this phase, I don't read the newspaper or respond to my phone's messages. I go straight into my study and this is the time that I spend writing the articles for you all. Now, this is the work that means the most amount of creativity and solitude and I find that this golden hour or two gives me so much productivity that sometimes the entire day cannot. So, stay connected I will share the more ideas and tips to the next coming article. 

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