1-Pay attention to the world around; be open!
2-Embrace challenges when you can’t overcome them.
3- Take small risks every single day.
4- Show appreciation to others.
5- Try to find possibilities in any idea.
*Doing anything or trying to urge yourself to move forward when you’re bored is extremely boring and exhausting.
*When you’re bored then you’re empty, with no fuel to inflame the spark deep within. And then, there’ll be no point in trying to accelerate your life.
*When you feel bored just sit back, and enjoy the pleasure of being bored and doing nothing.
Appreciate the success you achieve!
Take a step back and celebrate your latest achievement. As to prove yourself, there will be always another goal you look forward to achieving. Thus, celebrating what you’ve achieved will give you the power and courage to keep going.
Thoughts on Staying Motivated
*Start with one goal at a time. Too many goals at the same time result in decreased motivation.
*With a big goal, staying focused on small steps becomes challenging. So, you should build motivation, which helps make the smaller steps become more doable, by keeping your eye on the prize.
*When you’ve accomplished one goal, you can work on other goals.
What is next?
Could this simple question be your source of motivation?
Every time you hit a milestone, a temptation to relax always emerges. You should fight this temptation by viewing every accomplishment as an opportunity to do even more and to achieve something even more significant; something that has a greater impact.
So, to stay motivated, after celebrating and reflecting on what you have achieved, you should ask yourself: what is next?
Do we get attracted to what we think about? Or do things and persons send vibes that make us get attracted to them?
I think we attract what we think about, whether it’s a person, feeling or a thing. We are the strong magnet in this process. The world is full of things from all kinds and people with different traits and characteristics. But we don’t see all that. We only see what we think about; our own horizon shrinks to include things and people we have something in common with and on the other hand detach what may be odd to us.
And I think it’s fair enough!
So, it all starts in your head and heart. When you fill these organs with love, passion, and positivity, you’ll get it. However, when you just go in life aimlessly, holding a grudge toward others, and with a bunch of complaints, you’ll get just the same as you feel.
But what about times of being depressed, sad, or anxious? How can we during these times change our sails to the positive while we are unable to take any action or see anything away from BLACK?
I think during good times, we should write down what makes us happy, motivated, and eager to achieve new things and go on living. So during hard times, we can get back to those notes and make use of what we wrote before. Of course, it’ll be hard to be so objective and detach yourself from your current mood, but it can help in some way.
It’s your own job!
You’re the one who is responsible for directing your sails and drawing lines of your steps towards your destination.
So every time you feel things are going the other direction you’ve been planning on, just think for a second; what was my main thought for the day?
Here is a list of questions that you should ask yourself now and then to know if you are on the right track:
1-How is my life working out?
2-How is my daily attitude; how happy am I?
3-How are my relationships with my family, friends, and mentors?
4-How effectively am I feeding my brain?
5-How is my goal-setting? How satisfied am I with how my goals have manifested in my life?