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Dear T2T: I have a motivation problem. I know what I’m supposed to do, but I’m not doing it. A year ago there was no such problem. Now I’m a going to be senior and I’ve lost my drive. Can you help? — Stalled

Response No. 1

To be honest you’re just lazy, point blank, period. Its okay because I was too at one point. Sooner or later you will have to grow out of that and get your important things done first because it’s not how you want to live during life. Being motivated will have you ahead of things in life and you’ll get your things done on time and it will get you a head start on a successful life which is what you want. You should really cut down or completely eliminate your social media life and even hanging out with people on the weekends until you get back on track with the important things. When you do get back on track you’ll see it was all worth it and be happy with yourself because it will make you have a bright future of head for yourself. So I hope I helped you out without being mean, even though I am straight forward. It was just to get you to notice that its not road you want to go down. I hope you make progress on this and things works out for the best because I don’t want to see you going down the wrong path and things turns out for the worse when you can change that. Good luck.

Response No. 2

I understand your situation. Sometimes it is hard to stay on task. Senior year should be the most fun, but the most important. You get caught up in just the fun and forget about buckling down on your school work. The main focus you need to have is time management and know your priorities. Get your school work done first, then have fun with your friends. Don’t procrastinate and it will ease your stress. Having someone that has your back and believes in you helps when you feel like you cant get stuff done. Something that will help is keeping a planner and marking due dates for assignments. Just do little by little a night, and you’ll be able to stay on track. Plan things accordingly, get your more important classes and bigger projects done first, then your smaller assignments. You’re going to need to help yourself and stay on top of things. If you are struggling, there is always time for tutoring. Be responsible for your actions. Remember it’s your work, your grades, and your future. You are in charge of staying on task. Your future depends on what you do now, so step up your game and make sure you make the best of your senior year. We hope that you become the motivated student that you wish to become.

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