Meditation and focus are two very important things if you want to get motivated. Focusing on the source of your motivation and visualizing the outcome if you did what you have to do today helps you not just become motivated, but your mind and body disciplines itself to concentrate on important goals that you will set later once you are done with your first set of goals.
2. Reward and Punishment
You want to be appreciated for the small things you do and the first person to ever appreciate what you did would be yourself. Whenever you finish a task or goal, be sure to reward yourself with a small gift, such as a cup of coffee, a break, a weekend getaway or even retail therapy. Reward and punishment helps you work harder to complete your other goals. If you fail to meet a task, you could choose to punish yourself by adding an increased amount of workload to help you meet your goal schedule.
If you find trouble concentrating or meditating, it would be wise to take a short or a long walk. Walks allow you to focus and clear your mind. They help you sort your thoughts, refocus yourself to allow you to concentrate on your goals, discuss certain problems and issues you might have with yourself or just relax
4. Dictate Boundaries
When you’re finished with your goals, you are finished. You needn’t add more goals. You deserve the rest from doing the work you’ve set for yourself that day. Dictate your boundaries and assess your goals. Define these to yourself and you’ve made a good deal for motivation.
Sometimes, you’ll need someone to tell you to do the things you need to do and get you motivated. If you have a person you could call for help or motivation, this could make a great difference to your motivation. The words of another person that you trust can actually get you through tough times.