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9 Ways to Stay Motivated

26 October; Author: Niyija

No matter how much you love your job, even the most engaged employees can occasionally experience slumps in their motivation levels throughout the working day.

Staying motivated at all times can be challenging, particularly when you feel overwhelmed with the workload, making it hard to stay on task and complete your projects.

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Here are some ways that can keep you motivated and on track:-

Write a To-do list: If things appear to be stacking up one after the other, an excellent way to stay on top of it all is to write out all your tasks and tick them off as you go along. This will help you keep track of what you have done and what you still need to complete while you will also feel a sense of achievement each time you check off a project.

Keep something inspirational at your work desk: When trying to stay focussed, sometimes it’s the little things that matter most. Print out an inspirational quote or photo or place an object on your desk which will serve as a constant reminder as to what you are doing … and why.

Take a quick break to clear your head: Even the most clear-headed of us can get frustrated from time to time. If it’s been a particularly stressful morning or afternoon, take a moment to walk away from your desk. Go for quick walk outside or even just to prepare a cup of tea, all of which can help you refocus.

Clean up your workstation: A cluttered desk can severely affect your motivation levels, so ensure that you regularly organise your desk items. Half-eaten lunches or old coffee cups and stains on your desk can definitively lower your motivation levels.

Mix Exercise and Work: People who exercise regularly are not only fit & healthy but much more relaxed and less stressed than their sedentary peers. These traits will also make you more capable of exhibiting healthy time management strategies.

Focus on your ‘end game’: Always keep in mind why you are doing what you are doing. Whatever the project you are working on – whether to increase customer engagement or drive sales growth or whatever else – if you don’t have a clear idea of what success looks like, how will you know when you have hit it?

Create personal incentives: Studies show that employees are generally more motivated when they are properly incentivized. Even if your company does not give you the right incentives – or if these incentives are not sufficient – create your own personal goals, targets, and rewards. The goals may reflect productivity objectives on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly level, while the rewards, can range from small treats like a lunch or those shoes you have had your eye onto larger luxuries like a new car or that dream holiday destination.

It can be hard to stay engaged – you’re not a robot – and everyone experiences dips in their motivation levels at some stage in their career life. The people who choose to confront this head on are the doers in life, while the people who lay low and mope are usually the procrastinators.

Your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living the result of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinion drown your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” – Steve Jobs

 

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