We all are good planners but not a good executioner. We can write a proper schedule, but when it comes to execution, it becomes tough.
More planning mostly doesn’t equate to better planning. If you plan for more time than required, then you’re wasting your time and energy, and if you plan less than needed, then you are under-prepared. You need to plan properly.
The certain amount of flexibility in your study planner is a must. You never know when something might go wrong and you need to break your planned schedule. Certain flexibility in your schedule allows you to satisfactorily maintain your schedule. Be strict about the flexibilities in your planning.
Here, you need to set certain time slots for your distractions. In this way, you can limit your distractions to a few minutes a day and now distractions too will have their OWN time. Without setting a time for distractions, you may end up spending too much time on distractions that too unknowingly.
Keep 15 minutes daily at the end of the day for tracking your progress. If you feel you have underperformed, you need to add more tasks to your next day’s schedule.
Try to keep your schedule as simple as possible. Complicating a task will only make you feel like procrastinating. So, it is always better to keep your studies, schedule and execution simple.
Many times it is tough to start with your study plan. But, once you enter into it, it becomes easier to continue studying. Always remember, the hardest part is starting a task. Once, you crack this starting point, the rest falls in place; So, “START DOING IT !”.