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Friday, August 4, 2017

How to motivate yourself

Motivation is a reason or reasons for acting or behaving in a particular way. Motivation battle is nothing but your head telling you "I think I can," "I think I still can," and "I'm doing it!" Sometimes we need a little help to find the motivation we need to run our businesses, to lead our companies, to support our teams and to help our customers. We're not saying it'll be easy, and we're not saying it'll be quick. But we're willing to bet it'll be worth it. And the satisfaction that comes from accomplishing just one of our goals.

So here are some basic steps to motivate your self –

Deconstruct Your Fears –

I’m sure you don’t have a phobia about getting stuff done. But at the same time, hidden fears or anxieties can keep you from getting real work completed. Isolate the unknowns and make yourself confident you can handle the worst case scenario.

Write down why you want it -

To keep that clear-eyed outlook, write down a few reasons you want to get fit (or whatever your goal is).

Get Rewarded -

Rewards feel good. Penalties feel bad. And that’s why they both can work well for motivating you.

Plan for failure -

Successful people aren’t luckier than most people. But they do try more things, and they’re willing to fail. The difference between average and top performers is that average people are blindsided by failure and give up when it strikes. Top performers, on the other hand, actively seek out failure because they know success is on the other side.

Quit caring about what other people think –

Tap into your self-esteem and free yourself of other people's opinions and expectations. Leave your self -consciousness behind. Act on your instincts and take risks with abandon.

Focus –

Doing too many things at once can overwhelm you, so drop the multitasking and focus on one thing at a time.

Compare yourself to yourself –

Compare yourself to yourself to see how far you have come. Instead of deflating yourself and your motivation by comparing yourself to others who are so far ahead of you. See the changes in yourself day by day.

Put it on your calendar –

Decide ahead of time and map out your schedule for the week either on paper or in a simple calendar system. Set an alert in your calendar or on your phone to review this every week. Keep thinking ahead and you’ll never be caught off guard or pressed for time. EXECUTION is more important than the tactic itself.

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