9) Peer Pressure !

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You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with, so choose your company carefully.

It’s possible that your core group includes someone who lacks drive, or your best friend may be a pessimist.

They could be bringing you down and sapping your energy.

Widen your social circle.

It’s never too late to make new friends or change your perspective.

8) Take The Time To Help Others !

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Sharing and helping others adds meaning to one’s life.

Helping your subordinates whenever you can will not only boost your sense of self-worth,
it will also make you want to work harder in order to lead by example.

You can always contribute something positive to another person, so take a few seconds in your everyday life to do this.

It could even be something as simple as giving someone else a compliment, which may not seem like much to you but will mean so much to the person receiving it – you could make their day that much brighter!

Loving through the hard and tough times will make you so much stronger as a person and soon you will realise there’s nothing you can’t get through and face!

7) Have Realistic Goals !

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A huge workload can be overwhelming, and this can serve to demotivate.

Having realistic goals and breaking big goals down into smaller ones makes these seem easier to achieve.

Setting Realistic Goals: 7 Keys To Set Goals You Can Actually Achieve

“The victory of success is half won when one gains the habit of setting goals and achieving them.

Even the most tedious chore will become endurable as you parade through each day convinced that every task, no matter how menial or boring, brings you closer to fulfilling your dreams.”
– Og Mandino

Key #1 – Write Your Goals Down

Studies and surveys have shown that you are far more likely to achieve your goals if you write it down.  I personally like to write my goals down and refer to them daily to keep them at the front of my mind.

Writing down our goals also helps make them real to us.  If we just think about a goal, it’s not physically real – and it’s easy for us to change our minds.  When we write it down however, the very act of writing helps us commit to the goals – and also gives us something we can visually see and reflect on.

Key #2 – Set Short Term Milestones

Goals that are far out of reach are easy to procrastinate on and put off. It’s fine to have long term dreams – but in the short run, you should have regular mile stones as well.

For example, if your goal is to write a novel, rather than just saying you’ll write a novel this year and leave it at that, instead commit to a certain number of pages or words a month – these short term milestones will help you stay on track, and will make your long term goal much more manageable.

Key #3 – Be Specific

If your goal is to “lose weight” – how will you know when you’re done?  Going along with the above of setting short term mile stones, even if your long term goal is “get in better shape” – you can still be specific such as “be in good enough shape to play football for two hours twice a week.”

The more specific you are, the better motivated you’ll be as you get closer to achieving your goal. With vague goals, it’s very easy to get discouraged, because you may not feel like you’re getting closer to due to having no clear end in sight.

Use specific, tangible words in your goals such as measurements and (if applicable) a date by which they will be accomplished.

Key #4 – Measure Actions as Well As Progress

Sticking with the theme of setting fitness goals, many people I know get frustrated when they set a specific goal such as “lose 20 pounds by summer” – and then fall short of their goal. While it’s good to have aggressive goals, in some situations it may be better to measure your actions instead of your progress.

So for example, instead of setting fitness goals based on pounds lost, you could set goals for the amount of cardio you do every week and whether you keep your calories below a certain threshold.

This is also good for vague goals that may be difficult to measure, such as achieving proficiency playing a sport or playing an instrument. Setting goals based on perhaps 1 or 2 hours of practice a day may be more helpful than simply saying “get better before school starts.”

Key #5 – Start With Just One Goal

A classic mistake that I see over and over, and that I’ve made many times myself, is to be overzealous and try to change too many things at one time.  You may decide you want to turn your life around and set out to accomplish a laundry list of goals at once.

Unfortunately, trying to accomplish too many things at once is frequently a recipe for failure.  For most people, changing too many aspects of their lives requires an overwhelming amount of willpower, and ends up being unrealistic.

I prefer the approach advocated in Zen To Done – set one goal at a time, and then as you get that goal under control, slowly add more goals into the mix.

Key #6 – Schedule In Time For Your Goals

If you don’t make time for your goals, you’ll never accomplish them – it’s as simple as that.  Along those sames lines, generally speaking, the more time you allocate per day to your goal, the faster you’ll achieve it.

Rather than leave it to chance, I recommend scheduling a specific time every day for your goal. I think this is part of the reason why organized sports and personal trainers are so effective for people looking to improve their fitness – the activity has a set block of time on their schedule, and so people attend regularly.

My bias is towards working on goals first thing in the morning – but find the schedule that works for you.

Key #7 – Set Goals You Actually Want To Achieve

Rumor has it that a philosopher in Europe once posted this message on his telephone answering machine:

“This device is programmed to ask two simple questions:

Who are you and what do you want?

Most people live their entire lives without ever answering either one.”

This last key took me a long time to learn, and I think really is the most important on the list.  Don’t set goals because you think you “should” or because they “sound good.”

Look at your life and the direction you want it to take – set goals that you realistically can achieve, but more important – pick goals you want to achieve.


6) Read About Extraordinary Lives!

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6) Read about extraordinary lives

Listening to success stories is motivating, but nothing beats the inspiration that comes from hearing about the failures and struggles of an icon, about the journey that made her or him who she or he became.

The greatest things in the world have, after all, been achieved by people just like you and I, not by aliens with special powers.

5) Invest In Loving Relationships !

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“Life is to be lived, not analysed to deat.

Feel,” wrote Jeff Foster in The Way of Rest: Finding The Courage to Hold Everything in Love.

Loving relationships can act as a great motivator.

When this basic need is fulfilled, you are better equipped to give back to the world.

4) Re-connect with yourself !


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Re-connect with yourself

Disconnect from social media and try and turn your attention inwards instead.

Stop comparing yourself to others, and be honest with yourself about who are you,

where are you see yourself in a few years, what your priorities are, and what your life’s purpose is.

3) Celebrate Little Accomplishments !

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For most of us, life doesn’t mean big awards and public attention,
but we do manage little accomplishments every day – meeting an impossible deadline,
managing to make it through a crazy work day and to still get to your child’s PTA meeting on time,
finishing a book report even though you have a bad flu.

Remember to pat yourself on the back for such things.

It will make you feel relevant.

2) A ‘Greater Purpose’

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2) A ‘Greater Purpose’

Take some time to introspect: are you spending every waking hour chasing the big bucks, or was there a more meaningful reason why you chose this line of work? According to Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, a motivational theory in psychology, people are motivated to achieve needs in a certain order
– before one can get to the top of the pyramid, where one can meet one’s self-actualisation needs, one must feel a sense of accomplishment.

Find ways to engage with the community and give back to society.

This will help you feel fulfilled, which in turn, will fuel your ambition.

1) Take A Break

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1) Take A Break

It may seem an odd start to this list, but, too often, people spread themselves
too thin, and work so hard, they lose sight of what they’re working for, in the first place.

Every now and again, it’s important to disconnect from work, and speed your time engaging in activities that make you happy, things that will serve to remind you of why your work is worth it.

How To Motivate Yourself !

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Get out of the rut and fuel the fire in your belly with this guide.

Do you find yourself learning on others to get your work done?

Do you hit gym of your own accord or do you need a trainer or a friend to drag you there?

Most people find that they’re intrinsically motivated to do some things – to complete a project
(driven by their love for their work or a sense of purpose) or to care for a sick child
(driven by affection), for instance – but need external incentives, like, for instance, the promise
of a reward or a promotion, when it comes to others.

What drives you, and how motivate you feel to do anything, may also vary during different phases of  your life.

For instance, you may recall a time when you felt very passionately about work, but over the years, this feeling may have faded.

Anxiety, anger issues, personal problems, boredom, depression, addiction (to substances, or even social media) may lie at the root of your warning ambition.

So, what can you do to keep ennui at bay and stay motivated day after day?

There are 9 points to motivate yourself not fully but surely.

I will update day by day each points so stay updated.
To be continue ………