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6 Clever Ways To Self-Motivate To Reach Your Goals

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Jan 20, 2021
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The path that leads to the fulfillment of your dreams is bumpy, but if you set your mind and heart in the right direction, eventually, you'll find your way.

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We all want to achieve the best of the best in life. The problem arises when we know what we want, but we cannot figure out the 'how' bit of the whole equation.

Feeling lost and disillusioned is natural, especially if you're dead set on getting the job done. For all the faint-hearted folks, here's some smart advice on how to trigger your motivation switch to help accomplish your goals.

Be Clear About What You Truly Want

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I know this sounds easy-peasy, but it can be quite nerve-wracking to do. If you want to get started with achieving your end goal, you have to be extremely clear about what you want and tune out everything else.

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It helps when you jot down your goals and begin by working on attaining one of them at a time so that all your energy and efforts are focused on that one particular end in mind. In this way, you know exactly what you're working for, and you focus and direct all your energy on that one thing.

Visualize Your Dream

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Photo by on Sebastián León Prado Unsplash

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If you can dream it, then you can surely achieve it. A critical step in attaining your target is painting a vivid picture of it in your head and then acting like you're living that reality, right here and now.

According to Mind Science and Law of Attraction, we can rewire to believe in something by repetition and positive reinforcement. Follow the simple principle of 'Ask, Believe and Receive,' by combining your mental and physical capabilities.

Be Your Biggest Supporter

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Achieving your goals is not something that can happen overnight. You will go through sore trials, and your nerves will be tested to the point that you feel physically and mentally compromised.

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You will get knocked down repeatedly, and if you're a true warrior, you will draw your strength from these moments. There will be times when you'll have people rooting for you and also instances when you'll be fighting alone, but remember to keep going and be your most powerful support system.

Celebrate Small Wins

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Whenever you make even the slightest bit of progress, cheer up and celebrate your victory. Smaller wins make way for bigger ones, so remember to pause, offer gratitude, and derive encouragement from them to keep going.

Making gradual progress will also pave the road for more success along the way. You will be surprised to see how your little moments of triumph will eventually multiply and reap much bigger rewards, so cherish every small achievement.

Distract Yourself

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You cannot always bury yourself in work and expect to have positive results. Your body and mind need rest and a healthy list of distractions to offer you a tranquil respite and recharge your low battery.

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Jot down a list of all the things you enjoy doing, whether watching your favorite movie, reading a book, or meditating in nature. Take solace in your preferred distraction every once in a while, and unwind your tired, drained self.

Learn To Rest, Not To Quit

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Please don't give up on your goals. If you feel tired, take a rest. Don't give in to negativity and despair because they will only end up destroying your hard work thus far and, of course, your peace of mind.

You should never, ever quit. Keep going, even if that means taking baby steps sometimes. If you head in the direction of your goals with determination and conviction, you will find your way.

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