How to Avoid Early Bar Exam Prep Burnout

How to Avoid Early Bar Exam Prep Burnout


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pardpardeftab720ri0sl276slmult1sa200qj f0fs22 cf0 Hey everyone! Dustin here from
IPassedMyBarExam.com and author of the #1 Amazon bestseller the 7 Steps To Bar Exam
Success. And a question recently came up from someone that I was helping, who was a repeater
student, and the question was this ’96 how do I avoid burnout early on in bar prep? And
this is a common issue for many bar prep students because I know how we are as law students,
we come in there and we have this warrior mode energy of trying to get everything done,
get it done quick, and what happens is that may work for the first couple of weeks of
bar prep but then after that, your energy just gets drained and you just want to stop
and you hit a brick wall and you want to cry and that’92s where all these emotional problems
come up during the bar exam that we tend to hear about and why people complain so much
about the bar exam. What I recommend is as you’92re going through
the bar exam, don’92t treat the bar prep as a sprint. Treat it as a marathon pacing
is going to be very, very important. To avoid burnout, there’92s a couple of things to
do. One is take at least one day off per week where you do nothing bar exam related. You
don’92t talk to anyone about the bar exam. You don’92t even hopefully see anyone related
to the bar exam. You spend time with some family. You go out to nature. You go for a
walk. You go have fun. Do something that’92s fun, that’92s lively that you enjoy and that’92s
going to recharge your spirit and gets you ready for that next week coming up. Don’92t
worry, taking a day off is not going to make you fail the bar exam. In fact, it can help
you pass the bar exam if you do it right and you’92re systematic about it.
A second way is to really pace yourself as you go through and that really means eating
healthy, that means exercising and really managing your energy. Manage the thoughts,
manage the things that come into your head if you’92re coming around other stressed
out bar exam students. That’92s going to drain your energy. They’92re using lower
power language, lower power words. Your vibration is going to just drop and it’92s going to
drain your energy, make you less focus. Surround yourself with higher energy people ’96 positive
people, positive audios, positive discussions and whatnot, things that are going to raise
your vibration. Food and exercise, super, super important.
It’92s stuff that’92s very simple, very basic, but can have a huge impact because
a lot of people don’92t manage that well. Don’92t go eat cupcakes for breakfast and
then bagel for lunch and then drink a lot of coffee. That’92s going to lower your energy.
It’92s going to increase your stress and it’92s going to cause burnout. Really managing
yourself is the #1 key to preventing burnout during the bar exam. And also managing your
thoughts, knowing that ’93hey, I don’92t have to be studying just because everyone
else is studying. I don’92t have to listen to so and so because they said they study
10 hours a day. I’92m not studying 10 hours a day so I’92m going to fail.’94 Disconnecting,
disassociating for what other people are doing and not comparing yourself to what they’92re
doing. Just focus on what you got to do and where you want to go.
That’92s a key to avoiding burnout during your bar prep. I hope that tip serves you.
If it does, go ahead and hit the like button below please and also share it with someone
that could benefit from this. Also, head on over to IPassedMyBarExam.com/12Keys and get
your 12 Keys To Bar Exam Success. It’92s a free pdf guide that I’92m sending you to
help you on your bar exam journey. Until next time. I’92ll see in the next video. And always
remember that your name appears on the pass list.
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