I noticed that some people keep forgetting that we are all humans with limited energy resources. They push themselves to the limit as if they were machines. That kind of attitude has highly negative consequences for motivation, a sense of happiness, and even for mental health.
I want you to remember that there is no motivation without energy. It’s impossible to feel motivated all the time, without taking breaks and taking time for self-care.
But when you are feeling tired or maybe even exhausted and still urgent things that need to be done fast, you need to find ways to handle them and do the job.
Here are 5 useful tips on how to take action when you’re not feeling motivated.
So, let’s suppose that you are in a state of tiredness, fatigue, or lack of energy. The last thing you want is to start feeling overwhelmed by the things that have to be done. I recommend focusing on one, two, or three simple goals for a start. Choose the ones with high priority. That would be best if you could enjoy accomplishing them at least a little. Choose wisely!
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Once you’ve got your goals set, create a short TO-DO list based on them. A well-prepared TO-DO list could save you a lot of energy and time. Crossing off tasks from your list can be a really motivational thing. This practice could create a sense of satisfaction and deliver an energy boost for getting more things done.
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If you have some spare time, allocate that time to do something you really like. Think about activities, that make you feel energized and bring you into a perfect mood. These are my favorite things, that make me feel full of positive energy:
Maybe you’ll find some inspiration to create your own list of mood-boosting actions tailored for you.
Make your work easier by adding a little fun to something you’re not motivated to do. You’ll feel more positive about things that have to be done. You might even start looking forward to accomplishing the task when it’s paired with something enjoyable.
Do you have your own tricks for finding motivation for work? I’ll be really grateful if you could share them with me in the comment section below 🙂