This is a rhetorical question that every students should forward to him or herself.
From my research and little stay in school, i have been able to appraise and re-appraise the life of Students, and observed that majority of the students do not know why they are in school. So, that makes them to live a way-ward life, a life without purpose.
AS a students, have you asked yourself” why am in school? When you ask yourself such a question, It will make you to have a deeper sense of reasoning because from the day you were born, God gave you the ability to be among the best if not the best, in your endeavour.
Do not live like an ordinary man: a life that is devoid of purpose. Dare to be different from the crowd, and not dazed man. Make up your mind to make a difference in your world, do not operate in mediocrity, do not allow life to float or else, you will end up nowhere.
Until you ask yourself why you are in school, and your dream well defined, you will remain in a state of muddle. Stop wallowing in perpetual ignorant, break out from the shell of failure and ignorant and sore like an eagle.
it baffles me tremendously when seeing students loiter in school premises, busy doing nothing.
Most of them lack time management in the sense that they do the right thing at the wrong time.
If i were you i will make up my mind to stop spending my major time with minor people, so tell me how one can succeed as a student in this citadel of higher learning when one is not studious, and do not consider academics as a priority. If i can predict what you do daily, i can then predict what you are becoming permanently.
Successfull students do daily what unsuccessful students do occasionally. The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine.
Adieus Huxley said that, “any man who knows how to read has it in his power to magnify himself, to multiply the ways in which he exists, to make his life full, significant and interesting.” students, who excel academically, read extensively. There is virtually a one-to-one correlation between avoid reading and intellectual accomplishments. There is just no limit to what students can accomplish when they develop their minds and use books to acquire knowledge.
Reading is the only way out of ignorance, and the road to academics excellence.
This is the reason why Ben Carson said in his book “GIFTED HANDS” that, “the door of the world are open to people who can read.” If you can read, you can learn anything.
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