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Self-discipline | IELTS – TOEFL Speaking Practice

Last updated on April 5, 2021 by in Speaking Practice in English Category with 30 Comments on Self-discipline | IELTS – TOEFL Speaking Practice, 60 Views and Reading Time: 13 minutes
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  1. What I’ve learned from previous session about how to be a self-disciplined person:
    1. Be to some extent strict, serious and determined
    2. Break the big duty into smaller parts and do them one by one
    3. Do the most difficult activity at first
    4. Spent the first 15 minutes of every day in doing the most unpleasant Work
    5. Know the value of time and practice to be punctual

  2. 5. To what extent do you agree with me that the people who do not care about what and how much they eat lack self-discipline? (For example, the people who tend to eat greasy, unhealthy food)

  3. To Sasan:
    Dear Sasan,
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    Thanks for your attention.

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    • Deciding what to do and determining our goals constitute the first step in reaching our goals, however, we need to take some practical views to make our goals achievable. I think this phase is the most difficult one because we should obey some principles and rules in order to follow our plans and schedules. In other words we should have some disciplines in achieving any success.

  5. ATTENTION ? ⚠️ ⛔
    I cannot allow the following students to attend our classes because the quality of recorded sessions is so important to me:
    1. Those who are late.
    2. Those who do nothing about the quality of their internet connection. They get frequently disconnected and disturb the smooth flow of the class.
    3. Those who do not optimize their audio quality for optimum volume and push-to-talk feature.
    Please note that I’m really serious about the above points, and I’m informing you in advance.
    Thank you.

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