How to become a positive person? 21 year old girl. studying but not succeeding.
i have just failed in an exam for 6 times and yet I am giving it again. but this time I want to become positive so that the power of universe is with me. And I succeed this time.
You may need a study coach. Or you may need to set aside everything else and focus only on your studies. It's difficult to tell what the whole story about your situation is, but while positivity is a good thing, it's not a primary tool to use for passing exams. It may be that you need to ask yourself whether you really want the advice you need about succeeding in school so you can find the right kind of counselor to help you step back and review your perspective from a different angle.
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