Burnout. It’s the worst thing ever. The first few introductory weeks of school are over and now you’re really feeling the heat of deadlines, essays, pop quizzes and team assignments. Here are 10 quotes that give you that push you need to continue in your education, or workplace. Save and post these where you’ll see them for daily motivation!
It is easy to feel over whelmed by the assignments and tests that school will bring. Sometimes meeting deadlines may feel impossible, but remember that your attitude is your key to success.
When crunch time comes, meeting the deadlines for assignments and tests may feel impossible. Remember that those late hours spent in the library will be worth it. Your education will help you get where you want to be in the future.
You should never want to stop learning. Everywhere you go, there is a piece of history waiting to be discovered or a moral learned. Stay open minded to learning new things and bettering yourself.
Your attitude and thoughts on education will help you steer yourself in the direction you want for your future. If you look at the school year with a positive attitude, the odds are, you will enjoy the learning process more and succeed! You decide where you want to go in life and just how far you are willing to go to reach your goals.
When you are not sure about something, take some time and solve the problem or question at hand. It is better to attempt something and fail than refusing to try.
You are the holder of your own success. The efforts you put into a better education will determine how successful you are. Plus, one of the best feelings is seeing something you worked so hard on achieve great success!
Education is one of the most valuable assets we can share and offer to the world. Although cramming loads of information for tests may feel useless at the time, our thoughts and ideas are ways of creating new and improved ideas for future generations.
Everyone began something knowing absolutely nothing about it. So whenever you feel like giving up on something just because you don’t feel good enough, use that as an opportunity to motivate yourself to learn more. Challenge yourself to become as great as the experts; it takes time, patience and practice, but you won’t regret it.
You should never feel embarrassed to ask a question. There are so many people willing to share their knowledge with others. The more that you ask, the more that you will learn—this is true both inside and outside of school.
When all fails, turn to coffee. Coffee will be your best friend (and biggest cheerleader) during those early morning classes and late night study sessions!
A special thank you to our Erica Kongvongxay, our amazing Graphic Designer, for designing these beautiful memes to go along with the quotes!
@Fatima I want to say….. WHAT THE HELL DOES THAT EVEN MEAN!? Stooopid.↓
Okay, there’s something I’ve always wondered. Okay, don’t get me wrong. I am a woman, I am a feminist but why is there a Women’s Day and no Men’s Day because feminism means being treated equally. Not one gender being more or less important than the other but I understand the whole “girl power” thing because the reason there’s no saying: boy power, boys/men already have all the power they need. So having a Women’s Day means that women are superior to men. That is not what feminism means. Women have not been afforded the same opportunities as men did in the past. Feminism was not always a “thing” so now, things are turning around. For the better. Or really? Is it better? People now think women are “better” or something than boys. I don’t understand. Things flipped? I don’t get this world.↓
In relation to all quotes above, it is worth noting the statement of Maxwell (1993) that attitude determines performance. That said, one must have a conducive attitude to attract targeted results through performance.↓
In relation to all quotes above, it is worth noting the statement of Maxwell (1993) that attitude determines performance. That said, one should have a conducive attitude to attract targeted results out of performance.↓
Um. I think that this comment was already quoted. Word for word. By yourself.↓
Heather, I love your Emerson quote, Every artist was first an amaeutr. A friend, who also attended the conference, and I were just talking about that subject. In any creative endeavor, periods of verbal self-flagellation are inevitable. When I was painting, we called it the Uglies. That term still works in my writing. I force myself to work through it. Writing everyday (with occasional exceptions) is a rule. I put pen to paper, or fingertips to keys for at least an hour. That usually turns into two or four. My mantra is Just do it. (By the way, I used that term before Niki!)↓