Systems How hard are you trying? This doesnt

Systems How hard are you trying? This doesnt

Systems How hard are you trying? This doesnt mean anything because the numbers will mean different things to different people.

and you probably chose 6 If we were to put hours of revision on the scale? If you are doing Phase 1 this is how hard you are working

How much independent study are you doing? 1 10? It takes 30 days to establish a habit Get here first. Phase 1. For thirty days How many hours of independent study are

you doing? Students tend to surround themselves with people who do they think do less work than they do How much revision are you doing?

Phew! I can do nothing and it will be ok. None! Im not telling

them how much Im doing! Students normalise they amount of work they are doing. Even if that is nothing. You cant know how hard other students across the

country are working. But you can work on your own system. When do you work best? Are you a morning person or do you work best later on?

Three types of attention 1. Proactive attention Fully focussed, fired up, feeling fresh and ready to work 2. Active attention Plugged in, ticking along nicely, all fine 3. Inactive attention

Flagging, foggy, passive, reluctant. What does it look like in class? What does it look like in class? So what do you do about it?

How to learn to put in more effort Phase 1: Habitualise six hours a week (3 weeks) Reminder 3:30pm Routine One hour and fifteen minutes of activity in a quiet place, finishing at 4:45pm broken into

three sections: 1. 25 mins high intensity work, no distractions, no phone 2. 25 mins off, relaxing, checking social media, music, stretch legs 3. 25 mins super intense work, no distractions How to learn to put in more

effort Phase 2 Habitualise nine hours a week (3 weeks) Reminder- 3:30pm Routine One hour and thirty minutes of activity in a quiet place, finishing at 5pm, broken into the following five sections: 1. 25 mins high intensity work, no distractions, no phone 2. 5 mins off, relaxing, checking social media, music, stretch legs

3. 25 mins super intense work, no distractions 4. 5 mins off, relaxing, checking social media, music, stretch legs 5. 25 mins super intense work, no distractions Reward Prioritising your time The Bottom Left

The Action Priority Matrix What next? Review your 25 minute sprints Continue your phase 1 week 2 Challenge

from last week yourself to move onto phase 2 quicker if you can Try the prioritizing tasks in form

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