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feeling exhausted need motivation read
Perhaps you have had one particular days where despite your very best intentions you simply can
%u2019t seem to get the motivation and energy to get any work done?
This is a motivational video for you:

Have you ever been stuck with this rut you understand how distressing and disappointing it could
be.
For more info: Video for Success
There are numerous things we're able to be doing but we only can%u2019t manage to marshal
the force to do this.
Fortunately, due to vast amounts of psychological research, we now have here is how people
could be optimally motivated.
Motivation waxes and wanes as each of our focus, perspective, and outlook changes. If you wish
to understand how to be a little more motivated look for your attitude, emotions, and behavior to
the answer.
We've got to own our goals
Motivation is about our goals, desires, and passions. When we're working toward something
which we presume connected to and feel ownership over we are likely to be more driven.
We have to be 100% dedicated to our goals, and take ownership over their accomplishment.
A key concept within the psychology of motivation pertains to intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
Intrinsic motivation is our inner drive that allows us to exercise our ability, regardless of any
external reward.
Extrinsic motivation is while we are driven to acquire some external reward, whether it be status,
praise, money, or other incentive which comes from the outside ourselves. Once we benefit a
paycheck but despise our job, this can be extrinsic motivation.
Unbridled motivation comes internally.
Here are a few features of activities that will help enhance this inner drive
Allow a feeling of autonomy
Stimulate a feeling of competence

Focus on whatever you like
Do novel things that stimulate curiosity
Involve some aesthetic value
Do items that present optimal challenges
Tasks which might be freely chosen.
Helpful video for personal branding:

Self-Determination Theory
Self-Determination theory explains how the cause for self-motivation is our inherent tendency
toward psychological growth and achieving these innate emotional need met.
Included in this are:
Competence: the requirement of mastery experiences that enables you to deal effectively with his
or her environment.
Relatedness: the requirement for mutually supportive interpersonal relationships to help us
accomplish goals.
Autonomy: the requirement to make independent decisions about areas in your life that are
important to us.
Use mental rehearsal to further improve self-confidence
If you believe you can do anything or think you canPer-centu2019t perform thing, you%u2019re
right.%u2019 - Henry Ford
Would you believe you be capable of coordinate and rehearse your skills in challenging and
changing situations? When we believe we are equipped for achieving something our motivation
raises.
Start to see yourself as successful, whatever your objectives or aspirations may be. Imagine
yourself behaving in in a certain way until this behavior becomes real.
Whether you would like to lose fat, get a promotion, or increase sales rehearse the successful
outcome you desire.

Change for that better
Do you think you're fed up with being fed up?
Motivation is also linked to pain-avoidance. We are able to get motivated to improve if the
emotional pain becomes bad enough.
When the situation is going well and you feel comfortable with your situation, motivation is likely to
slip away.
People often resist change even when it%u2019s in their welfare. They fear the unknown and
prefer the security and safety products they are fully aware.
We weigh medical and when the risk of changing is larger than the chance of staying exactly the
same we probably won%u2019t make a change.
Bear in mind that in case youPer-centu2019re planning to change some pain is necessary. Step
away from your comfortable zone.


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