How to stay Motivated at Work?

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Motivation is rather elusive, isn’t it? Some days you feel it, and other days you can’t grab a measly corner of it no matter how hard you try.

Dont think about it as Hard Work

Think about it: If the project you’re faced with isn’t viewed as drudgery, but rather as a piece of the puzzle that’s helping you along your career path, then perhaps the energy required to do it will be easier to come by.

Create Small, Bite-sized Goals

Completing a large project is daunting when you dont know where to begin. How can you finish if you dont even know where you’re starting? So, rather than focusing on a large, scary goal, take one thing at a time, and break the big goal into ideas you can digest one at a time.

Read Daily

Developing a daily reading habit is one thing that’s likely to have a long lasting impact on your thought processes, ultimately inspiring you in all areas of your life.

Stop Caring about the things that Don’t Matter

Look very carefully and closely at your list, and shave off anything that’s both truly demotivating and unnecessary for you to do. Its not always best to finish what you started if, down the line, you can’t even remember the reason you started something in the first place.

Set a Quit Time

It’s unrealistic to feel energized all the time. You need to give yourself a rest, and if that means giving yourself a specified set time to unplug or turn away from the demands of your job, then do it. It’s likely to help you perform harder and smarter in the hours that you do allot of work.

Just Do It

Now here’s some worthwhile advice: Instead of waiting around, willing yourself to feel motivated, what if you just went ahead and started doing the work you know you need to do? Dive into the project and trust that focus will be what you need.

Celebrate Wins

And it can be challenging to say motivated and on top of things if there’s no reward in sight. Treat yourself with small things and don’t understimate how gratifying it can feel to recognize tiny advancements.