Hello, today I want to talk to you about how to stay motivated in any situation. No matter. What’s going on. We’ve all had situations where, during the day, nothing seems to get done, no matter how good our intentions are.
Those days that seemed to stretch on forever from the minute your morning alarm begins beeping until the moment you finally turn out the lights and fall into bed wondering how such a long day could still leave you feeling so unfulfilled.
The cause of our sudden slumps may be related to stress at work difficulties in our personal lives and illness or injury, financial issues, or even just a lot of small mistakes or mishaps that have added up to a feeling of de-motivation.
When the above keeps on happening it can quickly begin to feel like there’s no way to get back on track again. Fortunately, this does not have to be the case. There are a lot of different paths that can lead you back to being your very best self.
A great way to jumpstart your enthusiasm for something you need or want to accomplish is to actively seek out something that inspires you. This is honestly one of the easiest ways there is to rediscover the spark of your ambition, and it’s because you probably already know where to start.
Your personal inspiration can be anything, a song that makes you feel great every time you hear it or a set of inspirational quotes that feels like they had to have been written just for you
That card your parents gave you after graduation that lists all of the reasons that they’re proud of you it could be anything at all. As long as it stimulates you and brings you back to the mindset of confidence and determination.
It can sometimes be very helpful to remind yourself that you are definitely not the only person to ever find yourself in a slump, even the most energetic go-getter’s that you know have had their share of bad days.
They just may not have mentioned them to you. It’s an unfortunate fact that many of us have a tendency to downplay our hard times. It can do a great deal of good to open up to our trusted friends or family members about your struggles.
Acknowledging your current lack of motivation and explaining it to someone with a sympathetic ear can make a world of difference and often results in valuable advice or a new perspective on your situation.
Your openness may also give them an opportunity to do the same and allow them to open up to you. Just don’t forget to show gratitude to anyone who is kind enough to be your sounding board and return the favour if they ever need it.
one of the most common causes of motivational burnout can come when we allow ourselves to use just the bare minimum of effort required to do whatever it is we are trying to accomplish.
If you find yourself completing tasks on autopilot, stop what you’re doing and acknowledge it think about all of the ways that you could add a new, more challenging layer to anything.
Consider the process you’ve been following and look for ways to do things more efficiently. Are there any gaps in your knowledge about what you’re trying to accomplish take the extra step to push yourself to a new level by simply committing to improving your efforts will not only be a much more rewarding and interesting experience.
It will also produce results that you can be proud of before we wrap up I’d like to leave you with a thought to share with your friends and followers. You can accomplish virtually anything if you want it badly enough and if you’re willing to work long enough and hard enough to get it
I’d love to hear from you. So my question today is this: what things do you do that? Keep you motivated most of the time, leave a comment below and I’ll be sure to follow up with you, thanks for reading my post and remember, if you want to change your future, take action and take action now!!