A great deal of motivation comes from understanding one's state of happiness. However, happiness, like most other oh-so-important concepts in life, is a slippery concept. Never ever think of giving up. Winners never quit and quitters never win. Take all negative words out of your mind.And focus on solutions of your problems.The battle is never lost until you've abandon your vision. Do one thing every day that scares you.If you want to succeed, surround yourself with the right kind of people who will support and encourage you all the way.Be with people who have the same beliefs and aspirations as yours. Positive aura is generated by this fusion of collective energy from people of "like minds.Stop spending more on material goods than on experiences.

How to Motivate Yourself

  1. Stop thinking in terms of fear.

  2. Define your goal and your plan to achieve it.

  3. Keep the glass half full, not half empty.

  4. Find out just what you need to do.

  5. Surround yourself with positivity.

  6. Use visualization.

  7. Think small.Stay excited.

  8. Put yourself in the public eye.

  9. Don't make mountains out of molehills.

  10. Get like-minded friends for support.

  11. Chart your progress.

  12. Set rewards.

Focus on emotions. Knowing something isn't enough to cause change.Make people (or yourself) feel something.


Be your Own Master

(Re-)discover your interests:

Find out what you love about work. This is easier said than done.It requires you to identify those moments at work when you are in your element.

Dreams and goals:

Spend some time to identify your life's dreams, for you surely had a few when you were younger. Set yourself concrete goals for the year to fulfill these.

Baby steps:

Take the first step right now. Start small, but make regular progress. Break down the goal into tasks and each task into smaller steps. Focus only on the next step and even distasteful difficult tasks become easier.

Keep a track:

Only what is measured gets done. So monitor and record your efforts and progress towards your goal. It will help you review and streamline your goals and your system.

Having fun.

Exercise should be fun. If it isn't, try a different kind of activity that you enjoy. As long as you're moving, it's good for you.


Sustained motivation is possible only when there is an element of fun. So celebrate your progress. Figure out which portions of your work can be made into experiences you enjoy.


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