how to study hard without getting bored part two. in part one of this article i said that to enjoy studying, thinking about special needed students and studying each hour a different article are all ways to study hard without getting bored, in this article i will approach this subject with a different prospective.
Since thoughts are the most thing we use while studying I'll be talking about thoughts is this article and how to change it while studying not to get bored.
in a previous article i wrote earlier about how to study without getting bored i said that thinking boundlessly, linking things that you like to things that you don't like and connecting uncommon things to common things are all ways to decrease boredom while studying, so lets now talk about how to study hard without getting bored part two.
For example: if you are interested in studying a certain subject like social studies, you can begin your studies by studying social studies and then study any other subject that you are not interested much about it, like math, and then return back studying a subject that you are interested in, like history, and then study a subject that you are not interested in, like chemistry and it goes on.
A recent study showed that boredom comes from stagnant thoughts or thoughts that comes from one source which makes you think the same thoughts each time you open this certain subject, and to kill boredom you should shack these thoughts by studying different subjects each hour, also exercising shack the blood in your brain to change your thoughts.
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