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5 Ways Motivation Can Make a Difference in Teenage Life

5 Ways Motivation Can Make a Difference in Teenage Life

Motivation in teenage life isn’t easy. Teenagers today face an unprecedented level of complexity and pressure as they strive to establish their identities in the digital world. They are in the process of finding themselves, finding their identities, and trying to better themselves.

From navigating social media to developing mentally and physically, finding motivation can be a difficult undertaking for many teens.

But with just the right amount of encouragement, these important years don’t have to be overwhelming; instead, they can serve as positive tools for discovery and growth.

Here are some ways motivation can make a difference in the life of a teenager:

1. Increased confidence.
2. Better school performance.
3. Motivation helps a teenager change their habits.
4. A teen’s life changes drastically with the right motivation.
5. A motivated teen thrives even under challenging circumstances.

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7 Ways to Make Time For The Things You Love

7 Ways to Make Time For The Things You Love

How do you make time for the things you love? It sounds easy but is hard to achieve.

As life continues to speed up, it can be difficult for us to keep up with all of the demands that are placed on our time. With so much going on at once, it’s hard to find someone that complains about having too much time on their hands. We have to juggle work, family commitments, trying to stay healthy and fit, and finding time for fun activities.

Use these techniques to create the time you require for important pursuits:

1. Use your mornings wisely.
2. Decide what you want to make room for.
3. Understand the ways you waste time.
4. Make a schedule.
5. Prioritize and eliminate.
6. Delegate.
7. Multitask.

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Are You “That” Friend? Learn To Accept Imperfection In Others

Are You “That” Friend? Learn To Accept Imperfection In Others

Everyone needs a shoulder to cry on from time to time. When things go wrong, who will listen to you? Or are you that friend who will learn to accept imperfection of others?

Often it’s not who will listen but who is worthy of the privilege to witness your vulnerability. No one is perfect, but not everyone can handle seeing imperfection in others. Could you possibly be the type of friend who has a problem with that?

Are you willing to listen?

There are all types of people in the world and you may know many of them. When it comes to sharing your imperfection with others, it is wise to show discernment. Sharing with the wrong person can be detrimental for you as well as them. It is hard to be vulnerable. Choosing unwisely can make you shy about sharing again. It can also lead to a broken relationship.

The truth is that everyone is not ready to handle all situations. A person who has not yet embraced their imperfect side won’t rise to the occasion to celebrate yours. We have all been that friend who has been less than tolerant. Recognize when you are acting in this way. Let your friend know that maybe you aren’t the one to confide in at this time. Then, grow beyond where you are and learn to be more tolerant.

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7 Practical Strategies to Avoid Being Distracted

7 Practical Strategies to Avoid Being Distracted

Focus is the new superpower. Think about it.
How many times has someone asked you a question, but didn’t hear your response because they were distracted by their smartphone?
They couldn’t focus on your response for five seconds, and they actually wanted to know the answer!
If you want to have a huge advantage in your life, I believe learning how to avoid being distracted is key….for kids and adults.

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10 Ways to Reduce Burn Out

10 Ways to Reduce Burn Out

Can you believe it’s almost been a year since the world shut down because of COVID-19?

Somedays is seems like the year flew by.

Other days it feel like it will never end.

And you may be experiencing some burnout.

You may be exhausted, moody, and ready to give up.

You may be prone to emotional outbursts, falling asleep in the wrong place, and unable to focus and concentrate. 

(Or maybe that’s just me?)

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