Conscious choices vs Subconscious choices
Conscious choices vs Subconscious choices ENG 101-870
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Date Created: 09/27/15
September 21 2015 Notes If you re not consciously choosing what you do with your week then you ll most likely gravitate towards the easy tasks Successful people consciously choose to do things Subconscious choices go for the easy route If you re not choosing where your time is going you re going to gravitate towards the easy tasks Everyday you have to wake up and commit to what you re doing and do that every day If you miss a day start all over again Your purpose comes from within you In school we tend to procrastinate on the work that s painful because our brain is built to avoid painful things and go for the pleasurable things instead If you re a marathon runner in college you re fine If you re a sprinter then it could be a bit problematic Conscious choices relates to planning That s a component of success You have to know what you re doing If we don t prioritize and plan our week we re wasting time Planning sets us up School work is painful but What makes it more painful is putting it off When we put it off it brings our anxiety levels up
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