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Motivation as the Step to Good Life

With the problems that come along the way, it is oftentimes difficult for a person to maintain a certain level of motivation. It is because more often than not, he or she would only experience disappointment because he or the lady wasnt able to meet the objectives and expectations that are set.

However, inspite of the discouraging times, this is not enough reason to be motivated. In fact, for some people, this can be a good possibility to start anew. These types of hard times can serve as a reason itself for one to be capable of overcome difficulties and triumph over life’s adversities. And when handled properly, folks can get lifelong lessons from these trying times and use it to live a good and contented life.

HOW TO MOTIVATE ONE’S Personal

Experts say that it is only typical for people to sense depression, anxiety and defeat if lifestyle has been giving them numerous tests and trials. However, instead of experience depresses and sulking into the style of defeat, people can use this as an opportunity to make themselves stronger. How? Through the use of these emotions and experiences to motivate his or herself.

Motivating one’s do it yourself is indeed one of the best approaches to live a good lifestyle. This is because if one is motivated well, he or she can established goals that are inside his or her reach. They can also find approaches to deal with defeats without needing to feel anxious or perhaps depressed over a thing that may be beyond his or her control. The following are just some of the ways on how folks can motivate on their own in these trying times:

1. By no means stop learning. Specialists say that once people understand that life is never-ending journey in order to learning, they will be capable of finding ways to their success. To keep one’s self-motivated, it’s a good idea never stop learning because this opens up to new worlds of possibilities that are waiting to be explored. If a person continues learning through read or through trying different things, they might gain more confidence to do things and start with new projects. Additionally, when one continues learning, he or she may acquire newer abilities that can add up to the things which he or she can do.

2. Always have a positive outlook in life. This may some easy for a few but many people are in fact having a hard time building and maintaining a positive outlook in everyday life. Maybe because people have different personalities and various upbringing that affect how they see life in general. If one wants to end up being motivated at all times, he or she must start developing a good outlook in life. You can do this by trying to start to see the good in poor at all time or whenever feasible. If people are capable of overcome obstacles, he or she would soon produce the habit of wrestling with ways that would help them overcome that problem.

3. Prevent too much thinking. When possible, stop thinking constantly over something. It is because thinking would only bring in a mix of inner thoughts that could be harder to handle and manage afterwards. To keep constant self-motivation, 1 must try to veer far from negative thoughts and only consider the things where he or she could something good.

A single must also try not to dwell on things that are beyond control because this will only impair the positive perspective he or she is trying to build.

Comments: 42

  1. Brigette April 2, 2013 at 3:05 pm Reply

    What is the effectiveness of motivation theories in explaining various behaviors?
    What is emotion?
    In what types of social settings might an individual observe the following emotions: sadness, anger, disgust, nervousness, and happiness?
    What is the relationship between emotion and motivation?
    How does evolutionary history and personal history affect behavior?

  2. Charlott June 3, 2013 at 1:07 am Reply

    Earlier tonight, while visiting my girlfriend, my car was broken into and my Cd player faceplate and ipod were taken, the radio itself was going to be taken, but someone must have scared off the person. I’m curious, what is the motivation for something like this? Can someone be so hard up for money, that they do this? Is it for fun? I was raised to earn what you want and respect other’s property. What is going on in the head’s of people who steal from others?

  3. Sidney June 7, 2013 at 11:17 pm Reply

    I always did my homework and studied with no problem. However, over the past few months I’ve been losing my motivation to do so. If this keeps up, I’m screwed. Any tips? Oh yea and don’t give me any of that “Bro just do it” crap. I’m asking for motivation not shut the fuck up and do it, ok?

  4. Mario July 20, 2013 at 2:03 pm Reply

    I have (what i think) is a beautiful novel which i have planned and researched the appropriate information on. I have told a few people my idea and they seem very excited, however i have a problem, which is motivation. I am so excited about this and am constantly planning and crafting characters etc but i always get distracted and waste time. I dont know how to keep motivated because i really want to complete it! So I’m relying on you guys’ expertise advice :p

    thanks 🙂

  5. Ivory September 16, 2013 at 7:30 am Reply

    I am doing a project in my psychology class and I have to figure out where motivation comes from. I have to figure out where motivation comes from in the work place. Does one get motivated by pay increases etc, or does motivmotivation come from other factors such as personal goals that one has set for ones self. What motivates you?

    Please let me know what you think and why.

  6. Willy September 20, 2013 at 11:36 pm Reply

    Are they the same thing? Or is motivation part of buyer behaviour? thanks! any sources would be greatly appreciated also…

  7. Ronny September 25, 2013 at 4:25 am Reply

    First of all , I am not a native speaker of English. Which are the adjectives words for motivation? Or is there a special website of the English language to clarify doubts concerning grammar or vocabulary?

  8. Vaughn October 2, 2013 at 3:45 pm Reply

    I am almost 200 lbs and am 5’2 and am size 16 in pants, I am totally wanting to lose weight like 80 pounds but the healthy way. I am so tired of being out of breath all the time and feeling tired. I want to start wearing cute dresses all summer and bikinis. I have no motivation and when I get off from work I am always to tired to work out and I can’t really afford to buy all healthy foods all the time, do u have any tips to get motivation? Thanks.

  9. Edelmira October 6, 2013 at 5:38 pm Reply

    At the beginning of this year (2011) I lost 25 pounds no problem. I went to the gym,had an awesome diet and even adopted a healthy life style with my husband,but as this year has come to an end I have lost my motivation (as has my husband). How can I get back that hard core determination that I had before?
    The motivation I had a year ago was getting married lol

  10. Sidney October 9, 2013 at 2:09 am Reply

    I’m writing a research paper right now, and I’ve suddenly lost all motivation. It was going really well at the beginning of break, but now I’ve just given up. I’m getting bored with it. I know what I want to write about, I just can’t bring myself to do it. I have my last 3-4 PP’s started, I just can’t bring myself to fill them in.

    What do you do to motivate yourself to write?

  11. Wilburn October 11, 2013 at 6:50 am Reply

    I started working out and eating healthy for a few weeks, but LOST my motivation afterwards. Now I want to start again. I just went to the supermarket and got healthy foods (kale, spinach, paprikas, fruits, smoothie drinks, etc.) and will go to the gym this week, but i know that my motivation from today will not last. Any tips on how to lose weight, but not eat all that delicious junk food? Thanks!

  12. Hubert November 25, 2013 at 3:12 pm Reply

    I am a college student and have tons of homework. Unfortunatly I have no energy or motivation to get it done. Any advise would help!!

  13. Ginette November 25, 2013 at 5:10 pm Reply

    To what extent is “thrill seeking” a motivation behind certain types of property offenses? How might it contribute to the crime of shoplifting?

  14. Terrence December 3, 2013 at 2:07 pm Reply

    I love to write, I seriously do, but I can’t get my motivation up to write a book.

  15. Hollis December 13, 2013 at 6:48 pm Reply

    I just need some really good ideas on how to get motivation to clean your room, hahahhaa

  16. Agustin December 13, 2013 at 6:48 pm Reply

    They want everyone to have a democratic system, thing is if some countries do become democratic, they are corrupt, and the majority of the people suffer. The other half that is democratic has a decent system, but they are still slowly crumbling nonetheless. Then the USA finally rolls over it’s own citizen’s rights. What is their motivation? Money? Power? The pursuit of Science? And if they win these prizes, who does it go to? Sure as hell not the citizens, are they being controlled by outsiders from space? Or are there just a few ” Master Gangsters ‘ at the top, that is making all these decisions, with just their wealth in mind?

    If so, don’t you think a revolution should be in place? Put the ” United ” back in the States of America.
    Even Benjamin Franklin said it: ” The Tree of Democracy must be watered by the Blood of Revolution every now and then “. Or are we actually being manipulated by some sort of Military Dictatorship? The Founding Fathers had their suspicions about them as well.

    Think about it, back in those times, people had nothing, so they were able to think more clearly about the future, today we are too pre-occupied with useless things, a tablet watch? an iPad? Why would a ration person want these things if they already have a laptop or a smartphone? But the average American will spend his next paycheck on it, I swear.

  17. Alfred December 16, 2013 at 6:09 am Reply

    Hi, I am an international student and I am planning to apply for being a MUN chair. I am struggling with the motivation letter now, so can you please tell me the essential things that must be in the letter, and some ‘fancy’ sentences that makes the letter look professional?

    I have been in MUN for past three years, and participated in several conferences.

    Thank you so much for your time.

  18. Damian December 20, 2013 at 4:05 am Reply

    I love to run and play sports, but I just can’t find the motivation. Can you please give me some tips?

  19. Jason December 28, 2013 at 5:34 am Reply

    At this level, studying is all motivational and up to myself as to when, how and if i will even do it.
    Current students: what is your motivation and mind set that keeps you going?
    Professors: how did you get through like 10 years of school without losing steam?

  20. Mary December 29, 2013 at 7:32 am Reply

    It’s something I’ve always wanted to know, design and make clothes for people but I am always lacking motivation and no confidence to get started. I studied textiles and fashion at college in the uk and can sew I just need to neaten up and learn patterns etc, and sew more professionally. I have a sewing machine and mannequin and lots of fabrics I just can’t seem to get started.

    Please help!

  21. Issac January 5, 2014 at 7:46 pm Reply

    1) what degree does motivation determine a persons intelligence and ability?

    2) what degree is personal effort linked to motivation and success.

    3) how can motivation and effort be achived?

    please help? easy 10 pts, if you want to elaborate and write a nice sized paragraph that would be nice 🙂

  22. Cayla January 25, 2014 at 2:56 pm Reply

    Some people do it solely because its healthy but I know that there is always inspiration. It can be a girl you want to look good for, it can be that you want to imitate someone you really “love”/idolize like a singer…

    It sounds superficial but I know that lots of people have inspiration like this. Me for one. Anyone else have different motivations?

  23. German February 2, 2014 at 6:56 am Reply

    I have a big essay due tomorrow, i need to go to sleep to wake up early for school and i need some motivation, because although i know i really need to do my work I’m not doing it, I’m trying but my progress is way too slow!!!!!!!

  24. Xiao February 2, 2014 at 10:44 am Reply

    People who gives little effort and dreams big gets nothing.
    Whats your Motivation? ^^

  25. Angelo February 3, 2014 at 9:37 am Reply

    I have to do some exercises for my back, but I haven’t been doing them. Everytime I have time to do them, I’m just lazy or tired or I just don’t wan to ?do them , but I have to do them! I think I just need some motivation. How can I find that motivation?

  26. Karleen February 21, 2014 at 9:48 pm Reply

    ever since i went to uni last year i’ve found no motivation. My dad picked what i’m doing now which is engineering. I don’t really know what i want and i really need to get help before it’s too late. Maybe go on a working holiday? or something else? any help would be greatly appreciated

  27. Brigette February 22, 2014 at 4:18 am Reply

    i’m failing almost everything but when it comes to the state assessment i have NO problem getting well above commended perfomance and i get advanced to the next grade. i want to go to college i really do to be specific i want to attend texas tech university.
    i’m a freshman at my high school and i have absolutely no idea if the reason i’m failing is because of laziness or rejection or stress but i really need some motivation would somebody help me with any possible past-present situations? thanks:l

  28. Patricia February 22, 2014 at 4:18 am Reply

    For about a year now I have been trying to lose weight. I was doing it properly with diet and excersise and managed to lose 7 pounds… a year ago.
    Since then I have lost all motivation. I can go healthy during the week and lose about 1-2 pounds but will give up by the weekend and stuff my face. Then I’m unable to get back on track on monday and eat crap for another 2 weeks before starting the cycle all over again.
    What can I do to stay motivated?? Please help, thanks 😀

  29. Jaqueline February 22, 2014 at 5:13 am Reply

    and how does success affect motivation?

  30. Ariel February 22, 2014 at 5:14 am Reply

    Recently I’ve been having some problems finding motivation to do my homework. I’m only a sophomore, and I’m afraid this’ll impact the rest of my schooling years. I find the subject of English/Writing difficult for me so I find it hard to find any motivation to write, since I can’t write essays very well. So is there any sure fire motive that’ll get me running again? I’ve already thought, oh this’ll help me active my goal in life. But that doesn’t seem to work very well. So any tips/tricks you guys have to offer would be great.

  31. Yevette February 22, 2014 at 5:14 am Reply

    could anyone tell me what are the PROCESSES THEORIES OF MOTIVATION??

    i wanna know what exactly do we mean by the ‘processes theores’….and its types..

  32. Sophie February 22, 2014 at 8:07 am Reply

    I’m having a Christmas sleepover tomorrow, and I need to clean my room in order for them to still be able to come. I have one night! What are some tips and some motivation? Happy Holidays (:

  33. Salena February 25, 2014 at 11:04 am Reply

    Have any of you ever had a certain goal or dream in life, but you lack the motivation to follow it? What struggles did you overcome? How long did it take? What made gain the motivation to keep going?

  34. Raymond February 25, 2014 at 11:05 am Reply

    I’m running my second marathon in 4 weeks, and today is my long run of 20miles. I’m having trouble finding motivation to finish it, any tips? I love to run, but I’m just nervous I’ll burn out and get bored because it’s so long.

  35. Leighann February 25, 2014 at 1:15 pm Reply

    If there’s something I really don’t want to give up on, how do I get the motivation back when I think “I can’t do this”, “it’s taking too long for me to learn this, I’ll never reach my goals”

    I try to think of the reasons why I really want to reach my goals. But sometimes that does not help. And should I push myself, or not?

  36. Curt February 25, 2014 at 1:16 pm Reply

    What does the existance of several different points of view as to negative aspects of a job tell us about the nature of human motivation?

  37. Delmer March 7, 2014 at 5:00 pm Reply

    i’m homeschooled, and i go to a really hard co-op. it isn’t a noraml co-op–they are actual teachers and it is a christian organization. they give so much bleeping homework that i’m up late every day and sunday trying to get my work done. sometimes i just have no motivation. any tips?

    PS now would be one of those times.

    No joke answers, i’ll just ignore and give you a bad mark.
    i mean, this is quality work, and not just filler if you know what i mean. i love the school and want to go back, but i guess i just have to get my head down and do it.

    sigh…

  38. Salvatore March 27, 2014 at 5:12 pm Reply

    how do you find motivation…sometimes i need to do something for example work but even the pressure to work is not enough for me to do so, any tips to help me get motivated so i can get things done to the best of my ability?

  39. Bruna May 1, 2014 at 9:24 am Reply

    What is the definition of Internal Motivation ? How does is it any different from normal motivation ?

  40. Robert May 31, 2014 at 5:48 am Reply

    I am trying to lose weight and I need motivations ….

  41. Ted June 20, 2014 at 11:32 am Reply

    Hi, I’m 15 male. I really need motivation to do homework. I never do it and my grades are falling. I like games instead, I mean my parents say I’m smart, but I just don’t apply myself. Help?

  42. Devora June 20, 2014 at 12:20 pm Reply

    What are some ways to find motivation? What are some things that you do to achieve this? How?

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