3 Motivation Strategies Not Many People Know About

3 Motivation Strategies Not Many People Know About

Get Motivated

Feeling unmotivated? There are plenty of ways you can motivate yourself to finish your tasks for the day, tasks that will help you get closer to whatever goals you’ve set for yourself. Here are 3 motivation strategies that not many people actually know about.

Reflect On Your
Achievements

When
you start running out of ideas, or you
start feeling like you’re not making any progress at all towards your goals,
you can try looking back at your achievements.

Remember
how far you’ve come, all the milestones you’ve achieved to date, and you’ll see
that everything you’ve done so far has not been wasted. 

Start
a journal, write down your thoughts and your feelings. You can also use it to
chart your progress.

When
you’ve got concrete proof in front of you that you’ve made significant steps
towards your goals, you’ll feel so much better.

You’ll
feel motivated to continue doing your work and to improve yourself as well.

Learn From Others

If
you look up to somebody, you can use them as motivation to continue improving
yourself. This is especially true if that somebody has found success in life.
You’ll learn a lot from them.

You
don’t even have to know them in person. You can read news articles and books
about them. Learn their background – do they have a special story to tell? Let
them inspire you.

You
can also start following them on social media,
if they’re on there. Many successful people use social media nowadays, and they
strive to provide plenty of value to their followers.

Mentor Other People

Teaching
other people what you know will also motivate you to become a much better
person. Other people are looking up to you, you don’t want to fail them.

You
want to show them that you’re capable of being a good mentor. It will help
build your self-confidence and your self-esteem.

I’m
sure you’ve had a favorite teacher or mentor in school – what did they do to
make them stand out from the other teachers?

I’m
willing to bet it’s because they taught you a lot about different subjects,
maybe about life in general.

You
can do the same to your mentee(s) – show them you genuinely care for them, it
will motivate them to learn. Their
motivation will rub off on you – so it’s really a win-win situation.

 

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