Finding Motivation ; 4 Tips to Stay Motivated in 2020

If you’re currently in a slump and feeling a little less than motivated to work towards the goals you have set for the year, chances are, you need a little booster to get you back on track.

You may be feeling a little less than motivated to go to work, finish a book, tap into your creative side to come with with new ideas, finish that online course, pray, work on your relationship with God or whatever it may be. The funny thing is you may not be able to identify any reason for the lack of motivation.

It is important to remember that motivation is not a constant thing, it comes and goes. And it is safe to assume that this applies to all human beings (just in case you were tempted to compare yourself to the next person who seems to have everything figured out.).

So what ways can you motivate yourself to get back on track and focus on achieving your goals?

Remember Your Why

Go back to your why.

Why did you set this goal? What do you seek to achieve with this goal? Write these down as you ponder on them.

It really helps to know the purpose for which you are starting a particular journey so that when you find yourself in a slump, you can find the fire to continue. Read motivational and inspirational books, listen to podcasts, fill your mind with positive and inspiring content and have inspiring conversations.

Share your Goals

Admittedly, this could be scary to do sometimes because you want to make sure you follow through when you share your goals with another person. However, it is important to share your personal goals with close friends or family who can help keep you motivated.

Sharing your goals is as important as who you share your goals with. Remember, the whole idea of talking about your goals is to boost motivation. So, in sharing these parts of you which you may be nervous to share, you want to be on the lookout for people who you know would keep you on your toes in an encouraging way.

Sharing your goals does not only provide you with accountability and encouragement, but suggestions and advice on what you can do better to achieve the desired goals. This could serve as a much needed boost to help you reach your destination.

Build on Small Successes

Sometimes. its easy to lose motivation when the goal ahead seems too huge or just too much.

However, if you break down the goals into mini-goals and micro-mini goals, then the goal is you can achieve almost anything.

Remember to take one day at a time and in doing that, take one moment at a time. You could write down your mini goals for the day or for the week and paste them anywhere you have a lot of access to so you can be reminded of those goals. Take one task at a time and then you find that in doing that, the momentum builds.

Do not forget to celebrate little victories when they happen. You deserve to celebrate and enjoy your small successes .

Stay positive

Always remind yourself to identify the positive results and not the negatives that would come out of achieving your goals. Remind yourself that you are a winner; you can do it and you will do it!

Make a decision to get back on track and stay there!

Love and Light,

Rachel

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5 thoughts on “Finding Motivation ; 4 Tips to Stay Motivated in 2020

  1. These are all good tips to staying motivated! I like the “remember your why” tip especially. When I think back to why I write, I need to remember that it is for me and not for everyone else. If others like it, that’s fine. But, I need to keep my “why” in mind.

    I wrote a post about Finding Motivation. I think it works well with your post as it is all about self care to get in the “mood” to be motivated: http://the-novice.com/2020/02/09/finding-motivation/

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