Set Short-Term Achievable Targets And Reward Yourself
It is natural to feel overwhelmed and discouraged in the course of pursuing and accomplishing your long-term goals. In such a case, try breaking down your project into smaller actions that you can complete within an hour or a day.
This can be anything from writing one page of your new book every day, to jogging 10 minutes a day if your long-term goal is to lose weight. Afterwards, give yourself a treat to help re-energize you and re-affirm that you’re worth it.
Record Your Progress
There’s nothing more inspiring than cancelling a list of tasks as you complete them. Because of how good it feels to put more check marks on your to-do list, you’ll feel motivated to continue what you’re doing until to accomplish it.
Set Your Eyes At The Big Picture
Finally, continue reminding yourself why you’re pushing on. If your goal is to start a successful business to enable you buy a bigger house for your family, hold on to that picture in your mind. When facing tough moments, keep looking at the bigger picture to help stay motivated.
Use these tips to conquer your lack of motivation, and empower yourself to succeed in all areas of your life.
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