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For busy professionals, there never seems to be enough time during the day to complete every task given at work. A lot of things are happening at once that you
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7 Realities of Life That Will Motivate You and Lead You To Path of Happiness and Success
How finding the right way to motivate yourself is as important as being motivated.
Lots of us want to change our habits — get healthier, procrastinate less, write a book, save some money, get fit, read more, get good at something.
We all feel it from time to time. We feel demotivated. We know we have to do the work. We even know what to do, but we just aren’t doing it.
Willpower makes what you want to happen, happen. Willpower staves off the lack of self-control which can lead to bad habits, addictions, conflict with relationships and your work, etc.
Strengthen your self-management.
It’s 2:00 p.m. Your lunch sits snugly in your stomach causing fog to settle over your brain. Your energy is low. Thought processes stop mid-stream. You know what needs to get done, but your body is resisting it.
For most of us, our biggest sin is taking things for granted.
The daily checklist is perhaps the most basic tool for minimalist productivity. I have been using it in some form for the last couple of years with varying degrees of results. But for 2013 I want t…
“I’m not feeling up to it” is a known killer. This phrase has gotten away with the brutal murder of countless hours of productivity and accomplishment. Yet we keep allowing it to do so, because we fail to acknowledge a simple truth: you don’t need to feel like doing something to do it.
Every day we have to find new energy to deal with difficult problems and difficult people. Here are some ways that can help you recreate your motivation:
Practical Tips for Productive Living
We all need a moment from our busy schedules, here is why
People procrastinate for different reasons, but a big one is convincing yourself you’ll have more energy later. Itâs easy to put this burden on our future self, but most of the time, weâre just as lazy, busy, or tired in the future as we are now.
No matter how motivated we consider ourselves as people, there are always going to be times when are less than excited to take action. Maybe sitting on the couch sounds more appealing than going for
What to do if your work is sapping too much energy.
You have a brilliant idea for a project. Youâve talked about it, planned it to death, analyzed your optionsâyet nothing has come of it. Itâs time to stop talking about that project and actually do it. Hereâs how.
When weâre faced with a particularly difficult challenge in our lives, it can be hard for us to dig up the mental toughness we need to get us through. Segmenting makes it easier by keeping your mind off the big picture and on something you know you can do.
When you’re feeling overworked, overwhelmed and overextended, as we so often do these days, you may find yourself avoiding certain tasks, putting off a difficult conversation, or maybe even ignoring important priorities. You know that the longer y…
Here’s what a Special Forces officer can teach you about hanging in there and overcoming adversity when things get difficult in your life.