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Title: I'm looking for the motivation.
Post by: thiertmd365 on March 09, 2018, 06:33:34 AM
Hi guys, I'm Thierry.
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So I have isseue about experimenting on short/ the good samaritan
got a couple of tips on how to move part of story and place somewhere else
but cant find it.
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Any help would be well.
Title: Re: I'm looking for the motivation.
Post by: JameelaM on March 17, 2018, 01:17:37 PM
Hi Thierry,

Welcome to the community!

I don't quite understand what you need help on, can you give us some examples of what you're looking for, maybe sharing parts of your story that you need feedback on?

Thanks!
Jameela
Title: Re: I'm looking for the motivation.
Post by: LRSuda on April 06, 2018, 06:00:39 PM
Is what you want to know how to move a scene form one locale to another?
Title: Re: I'm looking for the motivation.
Post by: Angelina098 on April 26, 2018, 07:28:50 AM
Motivation can be defined as the force that takes you where you want to go. So, by definition, you cannot have motivation if you don't have anywhere you're going. I know you mentioned that you still have the same dreams but when was the last time that you actually sat down and said "OK, where am I heading? What do I want out of my studies? What grades? What type of experience? What type of memories? What type of success?" I always say that the clarity of your destination will correlate with the force of your motivation. So if you have a hazy, unclear destination then your motivation to get there will likely also be hazy and weak. But, if you have a strong vision of what you want to get out of school then your motivation will likely be strong. Vision is crucial. When I think of vision I think of Barack Obama and the vision that he has for the country and how that motivated him through all trials and tribulations and the vision that he was able to instill in the citizens. So what is your vision? My advice is to sit down with a notepad and ask yourself:
1) What grades am I committed to attaining this year (write them for each subject)
2) What GPA?
3) When I think of the grandest vision of myself as a student what do I see? Write this vision out in as much detail as possible. Use inspirational music to help. What is me level of commitment? What is my level of contribution in class? What is my level of engagement with my classes? What is my feeling of confidence like for my ability as a student?
4) What college (if you're not already there) do I want to study at? How would it feel to get the acceptance letter from that college?
5) Look articlessuch as https://jamesclear.com/motivation (https://jamesclear.com/motivation) might find motivation

So the aim of these questions is to get you to write down some goals that you really get excited about. Excitement is just another word for motivation. So just find something that excites you. Even if you need to look longer term than school...like well I want to contribute to the world by doing....(whatever it is) and I know I need a good education to be able to do so. Anything that excites you is golden!
Title: Re: I'm looking for the motivation.
Post by: asilalenore7 on June 07, 2018, 10:51:40 PM
Looking for motivation? Pick up your pen and write a whole page 9or2 or 3) of absolute junk. Then, make a drink, and settle yourself, something will jell and a few words will pop into your mind. KEEP at it for a few pages at least, and see what happens. Do not worry about errors etc.
 go for it!Asilalenore7