Getting started is always the hardest part – make yourself work on a task for two minutes. Chances are, this will turn into a much longer period of focused work.
Understanding the problem at hand simplifies finding a solution. Analyze why you feel unmotivated, and what you can do about this underlying cause.
Gratitude is a simple yet powerful helper when you feel down. When unmotivated, write a list of things you are grateful for, making it as extensive or as brief as you would like.
Moving your body regularly not only releases endorphins but also reinforces your mental toughness and energy, your pursuits of your goals in all areas of your life.
5.Quick vision boards
Put together a collection of images that reflects what you want your life to look like in the future. Refer back to this to remind yourself of the bigger picture.
6.Affirmations and quotes
Write down the words that inspire you that you easily connect with. Even if it’s not directly related to motivation, recalling your quotes from our favorite authors can boost your mind and add up your energy levels.
Writing down all your clusters of emotions and starting with the new energy. It’s therapy.
The Pomodoro technique helps stay focused for 25 mins and helps in relaxation for 5 mins, which makes your brain function more effectively.
Accept that you feel unmotivated and that you don’t have to do anything – you have a choice to pursue your goals and make the most out of the present moment.
10.Make it fun
Changing your mindset makes any task enjoyable. Write out any three things from your to-do list: is it challenging?
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