Just take action
How much time do you spend every day debating with yourself whether you should go and study or procrastinate a little longer?
Well, let me give you some advice. Sometimes you have to ignore what you're feeling, and just go through the motions. You might feel like watching TV. You might feel like doing something. You might not feel like doing something. And instead of not doing it, just go ahead and go through the motions. Get it done. Get out there and do what you're supposed to do.
It's the problem most students have. They negotiate with procrastination. And at first, it's difficult to overcome. But the more you do it, the more you make yourself study even when you don't feel like it, the easier it will become. Get up, and go and study.
We all know the students that complain about their grades. They make excuses why they couldn't achieve higher. But because they're making excuses, they blame everyone else but themselves, so they don't do anything about it. They don't fix anything. They don't improve anything, so they continue getting the same grades.
If all you do is complain, nothing's going to happen in your life. Be obsessed over your future. Be consumed by the possibilities. The super-successful don't stop when they hit their targets. They simply reset and go again. That dream is not going to just sit there, and wait for you to come and get it.
You've got to chase it. You've got to chase it like a man possessed. You've got to go, and get it. So, what are you doing about it? You've got to take action with your studying. Find a solution to your problem. Don't be the problem.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you increase your studying by 50%, your grades are also likely to increase. And if they don't, then find out why.