I don’t know about you, but I sometimes need a little push to get moving. Whether it’s finding the energy to start my day or getting in gear to finish a project, a dose of motivation can go a long way. And luckily, there are plenty of ways to find that motivation when you need it.
Your motivation can be compared to a muscle. And, just as with physical muscles, you have to work on building it up in order for your efforts not to go to waste. Here are just a few ideas to build your motivation muscles:
- If you’re a member… popping in to our Facebook group for ongoing motivation and for building relationships with people who have similar goals.
- Joining a workout program that has built in support and accountability. Eh-hem. 😉
- Listening to Inspiring Podcasts. A few of my faves are Tim Ferris, Maria Forleo, and Rachel Hollis.
- Creating a playlist that fires you up
- Reading personal growth books (at LEAST one per month) 🙂
- Watch Ted Talks, watch documentaries, and read about inspiring people.
But if you find yourself willpower depleted and feeling like giving up on your goals, don’t worry! It’s easier than ever to stay motivated. Just set aside some time every day for self-improvement—even just five minutes in the morning or before bed will make a huge difference over long periods of days.
Another thing that works: finding an accountability partner, or a coach, who gets what goals we’re working toward while also being able to relate with them because they’ve been there too.
They “get” our struggle more personally which helps keep things lighthearted but still serious enough so as not feel alone anymore when reaching those moments where stress starts creeping in.
You can bet that coaches won’t hold back when it comes to helping you achieve your goals. We take a personalized, one-on-one approach to help you get the most out of what you’re working on while providing support along the way.
I hope this post provides some inspiration and motivation for you today! Whatever you’re working on, keep pushing forward and you’ll get there eventually. 🙂
So how can you stay motivated?
First, it’s important to remember that motivation is like a muscle – it needs to be exercised in order to stay strong.
Second, make sure you have regular doses of inspiration by signing up for my newsletter or following me on social media.
Finally, find ways to celebrate your successes along the way!
By following these tips, you should be well on your way to maintaining your motivation and achieving even more in the future.
Do you have any tips of your own to share? Let me know in the comments below!