Highly motivated people know that motivation is created intentionally and deliberately through actions, action sequences, and OTHER habits. There is nothing accidental or surprising about this process. There is no magical way you become insanely motivated just by thinking intensely about it. You need to take action that will trigger your motivation. And then once you become motivated to work towards your goals you need to fuel your motivation and keep the fire burning on the journey to your dreams. Why? well, because motivation is NOT constant. You need to take action, then another action and then…
I’m sure you’re starting to see a pattern here…
Those “motivation fueling” actions, action sequences, and simple habits will help you to set a specific and sustainable rhythm of your daily life. And once you define the rhythm of your daily life you will no longer wait for motivation to strike and inspire you to start your new projects.
In other words, if you want to be highly motivated you need to be active mentally and physically instead of waiting for something or someone to motivate you.
Are you negotiating with yourself immediately after waking up trying to figure out how much time you’ve got before it’s too late? Or maybe you are trying to solve a mathematical equation to find out how long you can stay in bed without risking being late for work. Tell me, is doing the math the first thing you do in the morning? If the answer is yes, your real “morning” problem is not tiredness or exhaustion but the lack of motivation. In this post you will discover one simple habit to make motivation flow effortlessly every single morning.
So, what is the best approach on challenging yourself and finding a motivation? Well, in my personal opinion first thing to do is to establish your life priorities and set a goal structure but in a realistic way. What does it mean? It means that we should find our mind-body-spirit balance in order to work hard and rest hard (you know what I mean).
Well, the struggle is real. Considering the fact that life didn’t come with an instruction manual and you cannot be 100% sure what is the best choice before you actually make it you have every right to feel overwhelmed, confused and heartbroken… But only for a little while because once this all calms down it’s time to step up, embrace the creator role, regain control and take your life back once again.
There is something magical about setting new goals in life. Probably because goals announce a change, a personal transformation. Because whether you’re chasing a new direction in life or making only a small adjustment of your current lifestyle you’re going to transform and grow from this experience. And this is probably the best part of a goal-setting process and the journey towards achievement.
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Sometimes it’s really hard to find motivation and be extremely productive especially if you have a bad day. Motivation is not constant and being busy doesn’t mean being productive. So what is the best and easiest way to find motivation and boost your productivity even if you feel tired, sad or lazy? I write this post to inspire you and help you to boost your motivation and productivity when you feel like doing nothing.
Discover simple ways to get inspired and find your motivation even in those days when you feel like doing nothing. Motivation is not constant and busy doesn’t mean being productive but if you adopt this simple and effective strategy you will boost your motivation even when it seems impossible.