I am an avid student in junior high school looking for answers to a better motivation. Is there any concept to a more efficient way to work as a scholar? I would really apprectiate support for my school.
A mentor once told me, "work expands to fill the time". This means that if you have a week to write a paper it will take you a week but if it is due tomorrow it will take you only a day. If you want to be an excellent and efficient scholar, you need to use your time wisely. This is a skill that will help you succeed for your whole lifetime. In order to use your time wisely, develop a habit of studying at a regular time and in a regular place. This will answer, in part, how to be motivated. You see, many times having a habit will enable you to do your work despite a momentary lack of motivation. And the truth is that once you get started on your work, you find that you enjoy doing it and doing it well. It can be motivating to have a reward for doing your work well, what they call "positive reinforcement". This gives you something to look forward to in addition to the satisfaction of completing the work and it motivates you to do well again and again. Lastly, go get 'em! You are a bright young student. You have what it takes to do well on your assignments so don't let anything hold you back from learning.