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Thread: [Guide] How To Get Motivated!

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    I've found this to be the best motivational tool for staff ever.
    You cant help but have your spirits raised after watching.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJQVlVHsFF8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darklights View Post
    I've found this to be the best motivational tool for staff ever.
    You cant help but have your spirits raised after watching.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJQVlVHsFF8
    Motivation for Murder of the First Degree! Thanks for the post Thunderball. I work to many hours during the week and have trouble focusing sometimes. There are some great tips to cut yourself off from distractions whatever they may be!

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    Whenever I feel frustrated or de-motivated I watch this...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlfKdbWwruY

    This video changes everything, Id now like to write something corny about just dancing your dance and the world will eventually dance with you.

    But I wont =p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axcell Von Hunt View Post
    Whenever I feel frustrated or de-motivated I watch this...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlfKdbWwruY

    This video changes everything, Id now like to write something corny about just dancing your dance and the world will eventually dance with you.

    But I wont =p
    This was a great video. Made my night. Thank you.

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    I found this a while back I have it written down in one of my ideas books now:-

    http://youtu.be/ALVzsRaJD9g

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    Some really helpful ideas there. I might print those off and stick them to my wall as a reminder to myself.
    Inspire inspiration from your inspirational advice!

    Also, from my experience, there's nothing like a clean, open workspace to help motive oneself. Having to push things aside to fit notes and books onto your desk and not being able to move your chair because there's stuff piled up around you can be really claustrophobia inducing, even if there's just clutter about the room. It's all about clear surfaces and ease of access!

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    Thanks that is a really good & helpful post, with some ideas that really do work thanks so much, I hope I can meet up with some of you guys one day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissBother View Post
    Thanks that is a really good & helpful post, with some ideas that really do work thanks so much, I hope I can meet up with some of you guys one day!
    No problem. Eurogamer is coming up & there's a fair few tickets left over and I think the majority of us will be turning up over the 4 days.

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    I know you said your wanting no credit for this, which is why I respect you more for it but I really appreciate this mate because it has been hard for me to get into the stride of this course because I've been that busy trying to raise funds for it, so cheers again bud

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    Awesome thread here. This is a super-useful supply of information to get people into gear who feel they are lacking.
    I have a detailed schedule on the wall which i made in Excel, which helps keep me structured down to a tee.

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