Despite your many efforts to succeed in life there are those times that your motivation seems to fall off a cliff. These situations are quite normal and luckily there are easy ways on how to get around them. Check out these really easy steps to get yourself fire up:
- Check your Health
Workout, eat a healthy diet, and keep your body physically fit. The very first thing that you should not overlook is your body. One good confidence booster is by having good health. Nothing beats a nice looking healthy body that you and others seeing you would like. Getting in shape would definitely give you a head start.
2. Find out what easily bothers you
There are certain things that bother us most of the time. These are those little things that make us experience that unbearable itch that really annoys us. Find out what it is and take time to realize the situation and come up with a plan to keep it from coming back.
3. Rid yourself of Fear
Although a little fear could be used as a weapon for your own sake, however, if in large amounts it can be really harmful for you. Anxiety and fear are all psychological. They are only existent in your mind. If you could create fear then you could erase fear as well. The same goes for anxiety. If your too afraid of the consequences or too anxious of what’s about to happen, you’re not motivated at all. Breaking down your fear into small manageable portions helps a lot in gaining motivation.
4. Start The Day with Positivity
Have you ever woken up in the wrong side of the bed? Most of us did and it lasted throughout the day. If negativity could last from the moment you wake up till you lay to rest at night, so can positivity. Kick start your day with a nice warm smile and a positive attitude. The right mindset at the right time can be a game changer.
5. Create your Own Mantra
Meditating is an all effective, cost efficient method of motivating yourself. It’s long been referred to as a means of finding inner peace. Meditation can help you clear up your mind, rid you of all the anxiety, frustrations, and everything negative. There’s no exact means of meditating so you can come up with your own. As long as you're comfortable and you could find calmness, that will do fine. It’s a lot easier to feel motivated when you’re mind isn’t clouded with negativity.
This post is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered therapy. This blog is only for informational and educational purposes and should not be considered therapy or any form of treatment. We are not able to respond to specific questions or comments about personal situations, appropriate diagnosis or treatment, or otherwise provide any clinical opinions. If you think you need immediate assistance, call your local doctor/psychologist or psychiatrist or the SADAG Mental Health Line on 011 234 4837. If necessary, please phone the Suicide Crisis Line on 0800 567 567 or sms 31393.