One thing that I noticed to be surprisingly helpful is "false start": when you are a tiny bit ahead of your peers, just because you started learning the topic a little bit earlier. It gives you satisfaction and makes you enjoy the subject. When I was returning from library during my 5th grade, I stuck in a traffic jam, and read half of the physics textbook. It took me like 2 hours, maybe. In classroom I was the best student in physics, and it made me enjoy this subject. After few years I won first place in my city on a physics Olympiad. That 2 hours in a traffic jam is nothing in comparison to thousands of hours that I dedicated to learning physics later, but they gave me a privilege that made me enjoy the process of studying physics.
My tip: Imagine that the part of a subject you are learning hasnt been discovered, and you are the first to know about it and understand it. This will give you motivation to learn deeper. (from my experience)
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