Best way to prioritize a goal
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- October 7, 2014 at 11:32 pm#21667ImFreemanPSTEC User
Hello everyone, i've been playing with PStec for a couple of weeks now. I have level 1 and PS negative. Both have been incredible for me
My current situation is that i have a very important exam next week, and i am already behind schedule. I would like to know how can i make this exam my absolute priority in my mind?. Conciously i know that this exam is very very important and i know what happens if i fail. But for the sake of me i cannot concentrate on it.
Im constantly getting up, going around going to the pc/phone/anything
Would it be possible to prioritize this goal as a short term compulsion to study?
Halp!!!1October 8, 2014 at 12:54 am#23779LisaPSTEC User
Don't let this forum and PSTEC distract you from your studies. I'm in school as well and I have noticed that instead of doing my homework I am on here (not that it's a bad thing) in your mind say after I studied for an hour (or an appropriate time) for my exam then I will get on PC/phone for 30-45 minutes or during that 30-45 min do a PSTEC audio. Then go back to studying remember after your exam is over the Forum will still be here. It is easy to get distracted by a new toy and PSTEC is a great New toy because it does work great.
You could always do a couple of Positive tracks on “I will pass my exam”!!or “The exam answers come to me easily”
I hope this helpsOctober 8, 2014 at 4:02 pm#23780ImFreemanPSTEC User
Hey Lisa yeah you are right, im not in a position to be playing with new tools right now. Just made a couple of PP statements this morning, and im gonna be out of the grid for some days for studying now.October 8, 2014 at 7:37 pm#23781Jeff HardingPSTEC Pro and Forum ModeratorOctober 8, 2014 at 10:19 pm#23782LisaPSTEC User
Hi Freeman I hope I didn't sound like a “B” I just know how addicting the forum and PSTEC can be because they are both so AWESOME and I just didn't want you to lose focus on passing your exam. From your post it sounded pretty important to you and I just wanted to help. That's great you were able to make some PP statements those have helped me a lot and the Peak Performance that Jeff recommend sounds like it would be a big help. I'm going to have to get those to use before my big exam. If I was you I wouldn't cut it out completely because you need to have fun and work on yourself in the process that's why I said to schedule in the fun time around your studying (everyone needs a break to refresh your memory). Hope this helps.
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