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How to Keep Yourself Motivated
Set long-term objectives.
People often try to set extensive short-term goals for themselves, such as losing weight, lifting weights, or making money. It sounds fantastic. However, it can lead to a feeling of attrition or burnout if the goal is not met. Thus, the process would be more sustainable, and the long-term outcomes would be better if you took a moment to create some plans in the next 5–10 years.
Remove unnecessary tasks from your list.
It does not mean lessening the number of tasks but minimizing the time and resources allotted to each. We are more likely to make plans and overcommit to random things when we feel inclined. Some examples are going to the gym every day or making a meal. It’s great when you enjoy it. Nonetheless, if you are having difficulty keeping up, there is no problem with working out at the gym at least once or twice a week or making one meal a day.
Establishing goals is important, but recognizing your accomplishments is also essential. No matter who you are and what you have been through, there is something worth celebrating in your life.
Plan a vacation.
Getting away from your typical daily activities is beneficial. It allows you to unwind.
Prioritize your health.
Some say, “I wish I had the same motivation as you.” Yet, when you look at their lifestyle, they do little exercise, spend the night on their phones, only get four hours of sleep, eat poorly, and don’t drink much water. Things like this will happen at some point in your life beyond your control. Nevertheless, considering these things is a great starting point. It’s not necessarily to be perfect, but keep in mind that you will get the same things back from your body that you put into it. Take care of it properly so that it will function well.
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