Top tip for motivation
First step :
- Try to finger out what’s motivating you.
- GRATITUDE is very important to count your blessings.
- Help someone you don’t know will make you feel better to be a giver.
- Stop thinking in terms of fear.
- Use imagination, visualize yourself reaching your goals.
- Try something new today.
- Take a walk in a park, and let nature reset your mind.
- Make a to-do list. You’ll feel encouraged as you cross off items.
- Get more sleep. Sleep deprivation could be making you less motivated.
- Start exercising, and you’ll feel like yourself
Secound step :
- Start small read about your goals and do research you don’t have to immediately immerse yourself in the project step by step.
- Reward yourself for yourself its working for me. Even small treatment form something you like or enjoy (chocolate, cup off coffee…)
- Be constructive about the failures. To make your setbacks more valuable and less hurtful be constructive about them.
- When doing a task, you don’t want to do, play energizing music to help you get through it.
- Break down your goal to small steps start with the easy ones this even will motivate you more and will increase the sense of achievements and the maturity you are in the right track all.
THird step :
- Give yourself a break, go out meet friends get more energy.
- Prepare yourself and be ready with the knowledge and the skills.
- Push yourself. Realize that getting things done means giving yourself a little push sometimes.
- Make motivating yourself into a habit Listen to motivation stories from audiobooks read motivation books and surround yourself will motivated mates.
- Give yourself permission to not care about what others think of you.
- Take control of yourself and what you decided not everybody approval is matter.
- Set a deadline for a task to spur you to get it done before the time is up.
- Get a friend to join you to make whatever you’re doing more enjoyable.
- Clean up your home or your workspace, and you’ll feel like you can get more done in a decluttered environment.
Fourth step :
- Take care of your health.
- Take a break to get some rest and recharge your mind.
- Do something you enjoy when you first get up. Whether it be drinking hot chocolate while reading a chapter of a book you’re currently glued to or taking a hot shower, start your day off on a positive note.
- Share your goals with others. Being public about your goals will give you a sense of accountability, which may make you more inclined to get going.
- Fake it till you make it. Act like you’re motivated, and it’ll become a reality in time.
- Focus on the positive instead of the negative, and you’ll feel more inclined to start new projects and take risks.
- Bring light into your room. Open up your curtains. Let fresh air into your room by opening up windows if it’s not too cold and if it’s not polluted outside.
Fithth step :
- Find out what it’ll take to get there. When you set a goal for yourself, begin by doing some research, and you’ll be done with the first step.
- Encourage others, and you’ll automatically start seeing encouragement from them in return. It’s a cycle of positivity!
- Don’t compare yourself with others or you’ll get discouraged. Compete against yourself.
- Have realistic expectations. Know yourself and how far you can go.
- Stay excited. Experiment and keep coming up with new tweaks so you won’t get board.
- If you fail, pick yourself up and keep going. Don’t let it derail you or cause you to lose confidence, which ends up affecting your motivation.
- Keep track with a journal. If you track your progress, you’ll be able to see it, which will help motivate you to continue or try even harder.
- Read biographies of the people you look up to for inspiration.
- Place motivational quotes around your home and workspace. They can come in such forms as a sticky note on your memo board, a note taped to your mirror, or an inspiring quote on a coffee mug.
- Volunteer. It’ll help ground you and make you realize that you’re fortunate, so you should take the opportunity to make the most out of your life.
- Dress to impress yourself. You’ll feel like you can get more things done when you’re putting your best foot forward.
Last step :
- Write down a few things you’re grateful for. If you have a more positive mind-set, you’ll find yourself more motivated and looking forward to what’s in store for you.
- Reflect on the times when you worked hard and succeeded at your task.
- Remind yourself that it’s better to try and fail or succeed than living with regrets.
- Give yourself a pep talk, and tell yourself that you are awesome.
- Drop the projects that you might not be totally committed to and focus on the ones you’re really passionate about.
- Tell yourself that nothing worthwhile is ever easy.
- Know that only you have the power to create your dreams and generate motivation.
- Write down where you see yourself in five years, and stick that note in a visible place.
- Set your alarm clock to remind you when it’s time to start on your task.
- You have to Find something you truly enjoy, and do it. Pick up a hobby or start a collection, and it’ll make you excited about life.
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