Do you want to increase self motivation? Then you need to take the first step.
The hardest part of achieving your goals is getting started. The easy part is the dreaming and planning. The phase most people tend to get stuck in. And if you’re looking to increase self-motivation, getting stuck is probably not an option for you.
So get motivated! Take a walk outside of your comfort zone and step into your potential.
Take action! Taking action is the only way you will increase self motivation and measure your progress. Otherwise, all the planning you do only serves to make you feel good, and that is not the point of it. A plan is a tool to help guide you toward your full potential, not away from it.
At times it does feel like you’re fighting a daily battle to stay motivated. Especially when you just start working on a task and right out of the gate you’re tripping over obstacles facing challenges and having to cope with your fears and anxiety. It’s enough to make anyone want to quit. And, most people do exactly that, give up! They put their dream back on the shelf for another day and tell themselves they don’t have the motivation or energy to finish it.
Have you done this? Most people have!
Most of us have. But, this, it doesn’t have to be your story. You have the option, right here and right now, to make that decision to go back to the shelf and pick up your dream, dust it off and try again.
But this time, you need to know about a little secret that I share with all of my clients when they ask me, “how to increase self-motivation” I tell them the secret is MOMENTUM.
Most people give up on their dreams and goals because they think it will be hard to the end. So they give up before they even start and never get to realize that it gets easier after every step.
With every step you take toward your dreams and goals, It increases your momentum and self motivation.
Increasing self-motivation is exactly like running a ten-mile run. When you first start running, you’re slow and sluggish and you will feel like quitting. But, as your body warms up and catches up to you, you don’t have to push so hard to keep propelling yourself forward. You fall into a rhythm and without additional effort and energy, you’re running faster. Good news! You don’t need to run ten miles to share this experience. But you do need to take the first step.
One step at a time, keep working toward achieving your full potential, and I promise within three to four steps momentum will take over. You will experience an increase and self-motivation and will feel like you can conquer the world.