Optimistic about everything-woodmam

Instead of looking around for a boat to sit, why not build a dock yourself, when the time comes, why worry about no boat to come. People in this life, origin, status, identity does not affect the quality of the dock you build. On the contrary, the quality of the dock you build will affect the boats you dock here. The higher the quality of the dock you build, the better the ships that come to you, and the bigger the dock you build, the more ships will dock.

  Letting what should be in the past belong to the past, rather than clinging to yesterday's events, can quickly get you out of failure: there was a king who ruled over the world.

  There was a king who was very satisfied and happy with his rich and powerful kingdom. But one day, feeling very frightened, he summoned the wise men in his palace and said to them: "I don't know why, but I would like to find a clock to make me stable. When I look at it when I am unhappy, it will make me happy; when I am happy, it will make me sad." The wise men racked their brains and thought deeply about it. Finally, they made a decision. They designed a clock with the inscription, "This, too, shall be a thing of the past."

  2. Cultivate goals

  To face all possible setbacks and failures with optimism, believing that the sun will still shine tomorrow.

  In Brazil, there was a child named Santos, who, like other children in Brazil, grew up loving soccer. But then he got polio, and after six operations, although he was saved from death, he was left with a lifelong disability. His left kneecap was deformed, his toes were flared outward, his muscles were underdeveloped, and his right leg was severely deformed, so he could not stand and had to move in a wheelchair.

  He was so envious when he saw his buddies playing soccer on the street that sometimes he was so enthralled that he couldn't help but move his own feet, but when his feet hit the stall on the wheelchair and the pain became unbearable, he came back to the harsh reality.

  It was this child who, after tenacious exercise, was later able to stand up, throw away his wheelchair, run and jump, and learn to play soccer. Using his characteristic of having one foot long and one foot short, he practiced the trick of turning and changing direction suddenly and flexibly in fast running, and at the same time, using the defect of flared left foot to make fake moves and turn and cut quickly, forming a miracle in the history of world soccer. He participated in the sixth, seventh and eighth World Cup tournaments as a mainstay of the national team, and made remarkable contributions to Brazil's winning two consecutive championships.

  This Santos is the familiar Gatchalin, which means rocket bird, reminding people of the fastest-flying rocket bird most commonly seen in Brazil due to his flying all over the field when he played.

  Gatchalin's miracle lay first in the fact that he restrained his pain; instead of sitting in a wheelchair and crying in the corner, he got moving and was active and tenacious in his workouts, and secondly, in the fact that he saw the problem clearly. He saw that defeat was not a foregone conclusion and that there was hope for victory if he worked hard.

  What could not be done yesterday, may be done today, can never give up hope, can not give up trying. In the face of failure, do not learn to be a good boy.

  Scientists have done an interesting experiment: they put the flea on the table, a tap on the table, the flea jumped up quickly, jumping up to a height of more than 100 times its height, known as the world's highest jumping animals!

  Then they put a glass cover over the flea's head and let it jump again; this time the flea touched the glass cover. After several times in a row, the flea changed its jumping height to adapt to its environment, and each jump was always kept below the top of the hood.

  The height of the glass hood was gradually changed, and the flea changed its height voluntarily after hitting the wall. Finally, the glass cover was close to the table, and the flea could no longer jump.

  Scientists then opened the glass cover, and then shoot the table, the flea still will not jump, into the "crawling fleas".

  The flea became a "crawling flea", not because it has lost the ability to jump, but because of repeated setbacks to learn, habit, numbness. The saddest thing is that the actual glass cover no longer exists, but it does not even have the courage to "try again".

  3. Self-reflection

  Your academic performance is very good, but after almost every test, you worry that you might fail this time?

  You are not doing well in your studies, so every time you take a test, you think, "I'm afraid I'll be scolded again this time?

  Have you ever tried to do the same test you did in a lower grade to see if you could get a higher score when you didn't do well in a test?

  Do you often feel frustrated that your current grades are not as brilliant as they were at some point in the past?

  Does it seriously affect your mood when you suddenly do very badly on a test for some reason?

  How do you feel when a classmate with whom you had a good relationship suddenly seems to be unwilling to talk to you one day for some reason?

  If you still can't make up for a class you've been doing poorly in after trying many ways, do you feel that you were not born to learn this class?

  Part V Habits of Learning

  Chapter 1 Cultivating Good Habits

  I. Active learning

  1. Definition and connotation

  Active learning means learning as a kind of learning from the heart, reflecting individual needs. It is the opposite of passive learning, that is, learning as a foreign, have to accept an activity.

  The habit of active learning is essentially to regard learning as one's urgent need and desire, to persist in independent learning, to self-evaluate and self-monitor, and to make appropriate adjustments when necessary to make one's learning more efficient and effective. Of course, not everyone is a natural "love" learner, so cultivating the habit of active learning sometimes requires the reminder and help of others.

  Specifically, to cultivate the habit of active learning, we must first treat learning as our own business.

  This is mainly reflected in taking care of every detail about learning and trying to manage oneself without the need for reminding others. Many students have disputes with their parents about "waking up", which reflects the lack of initiative in learning.

  There was a period of time when Huang Thought went to bed late every night and wanted to get up half an hour earlier in the morning for early reading. However, when she heard the alarm clock go off, she did not get up right away and ended up falling asleep again, and if she was not called, she would be late for school. Every day, the alarm clock is useless. Wang Jing asked her daughter to set the alarm clock half an hour later and wake up at the normal time so that she could get enough sleep. At first, her daughter was reluctant, always saying every night that she would be able to wake up early the next day, but she still couldn't wake up in a daze the next day. The mother confiscated the alarm clock, saying, "Since the alarm clock does not work, do not use it, I do not want to be your 'alarm clock'!"

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