In Quest for Motivation

There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t.

It isn’t rocket science that our drive to do something or not do something is influenced by our moods. Most of us experience what I call a ‘dead beat’, that time when we are least productive with no definite reason whatsoever.

It is hard to stay motivated constantly for we all are human, and the world around us changes each second, and motivation can’t be constant. To have control over what drives you or channels you or urges you to get off Instagram and work; it needs a sure-shot technique.

Everybody has different solutions to this singular problem. However there are some which are known to help everybody-

 

1. Trace your roots:

Sometimes we lose sight of what brought us where we are, which is why it is impertinent to trace back your journey, the reason why you started doing what you do, being clear can give you the urge to stay focused. 

 

2. Break down:

Sometimes we are troubled by the task that lay ahead, it stresses us and makes us avoid it, which is why breaking down the task helps. So the simple thing to do is, break down the big task into smaller tasks which will make it seem more accomplishable.  

 

3. Reward yourself:

We often undermine the power self-praising holds, there’s a distinction between being obsessed with yourself and patting your own back after doing something good. That’s why; rewarding yourself will aid you in staying focused, keep that red velvet cake as a reward for completing the spreadsheet and so on.

 

4. Visualize:

Visualizing yourself accomplish what you started for gives a burst of energy and is motivating. By creating an image of yourself efficiently completing the job, will lessen the stress of actually doing it.

Motivation is an internal process and has to be sought. 

Life doesn’t make any sense without interdependence. We need each other, and the sooner we learn that, the better for us all.

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