Staying Motivated

Staying Motivated, Even When We Don’t Want To Be.

It’s hard to study in the summer, I get it. Sometimes, when I wake up and it’s nice outside, I feel like ignoring everything I have to do and just saying…

But unfortunately that’s not really an option for us, is it? So what can we do? Besides what we obviously want to do… which is run around our home screaming in our very best Makauley Culkin voice.

But, I am here to tell you that we DO have a choice that is better than freaking out. And luckily for us, it’s an easy choice. We can choose to simply believe in ourselves.

In the moments we feel most like giving up, we need to rise up and fight for ourselves.
We need to be our own hero.
We need to support ourselves.
And to change the inner voice in our head that says, “I can’t” and “I won’t” and “I don’t want to.
That voice that’s telling you that, it is wrong!

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You can. You will. And yes, you do want to do this.

Because to get to where you want to be, you have to take GED Exam.
You have to be brave.
You have to work hard.
And you have to sacrifice your free time for it.

But it’s going to be worth it!
We promise.
We believe in you.
You are your own Super Hero.
And you can.
You will.
And you DO want this.

And when you do pass, feel free to put on your Batman costume and dance it out.

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