Seriously, think about what you believe. If you don’t think it will work or happen, it probably won’t.
If your kid thinks a class is hard and that he can’t do it, he’s not going to pass. If you’re lucky, he’ll sit and try and do the homework for hours. But is that really lucky?
If you don’t think you’ll get a job or promotion, you probably won’t. Maybe the boss will think you don’t really want it or that you can’t do it.
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Let’s go back to the job problem. You must have believed you could do it at some point. You were motivated to apply. Get that belief back. With that belief, you will be motivated to tell the boss why you should get the job or the promotion.
As for your student, he passed the prerequisites to get in the class. He’s proven that he can learn. He’s got to believe he can continue to learn and be motivated to do so. Maybe that belief will motivate your son to get help from the teacher or a tutor.
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