You might not be admitting it to yourself, but you’re not really interested in doing this thing.
Don’t do it or Find a strong WHY under the surface
When you think or talk about your thing, your mind is already frustrated.
Break it down into small manageable parts
You kind of want to do this thing, but deep down you don’t believe you can.
Identify your limiting beliefs and replace them with empowering ones.
There is so much going on in your life. So many things to do. So many things to take care of.
Free up physical and mental energy and re-prioritize!
Deep down, you are afraid to fail or embarrass yourself, you are scared of the unknown, or you are even afraid of success.
Get clear about what you are afraid of, how it is holding you back and how this fear shows up in your life (aka. the symptoms)
You feel sluggish and constantly tired. You suffer from chronic physical pain (most likely digestive issues, back pain, or headaches). You experience brain fog and have trouble focusing.
Fix your unhealthy lifestyle and your motivation problem (and much much more) will take care of itself.
You are doing one or both of these: 1. You set your goals so small that they fail to inspire you to get out of our comfort zone or 2. you set them so high that you don’t even know how to tackle them and lack the confidence to do so.
Set your actual weekly goals in a doable yet challenging way. Your motivation will thank you!
You’re demotivated because you thought you’d be there by now.
Understand those good things take time.
Here are the 8 ways to be more motivated.
I hope these tips help you to understand the reason for your lack of motivation and make you feel alive again.
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Life has been kind to me – it has given me several failures but also the strength and wisdom to overcome them.