On finding motivation

Grad school is a marathon…an ultra-marathon…a long and arduous journey…and along the way, your bound to have a few setbacks. It’s important to understand that everyone around you has also stumbled at some point. Find solace in the tales of your peers and mentors. Learn from their mistakes and your own. Take it easy, we’ve all been there.

If you are presently searching for a little motivation,

Here are a few places where you may find some:

1. In the experience of your peers.
2. In a moment of reflection.
3. In friendly competition.
4. On the internet.
5. Outside the lab.
6. Where you least expect it.
7. In letting go.
8. In pushing forward.
9. In conversation.
10. In a laugh.

3 responses to “On finding motivation”

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    very inspiring and hel[ful… 🙂

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