It is a fact that we all have been around at least one friend, family member, co-worker or stranger who was unmotivated.
If you’re an upbeat and self-motivated person this can be draining on your energy and personal drive. If you’re a person whose level of motivation can go either way each day, it can be even tougher for you to not get sucked into this person’s unmotivated web.
The reality is, no one is motivated one hundred percent of the time. We all have our days of feeling unmotivated. Yes, even professional motivational speakers too! If you’re unmotivated, that’s not someone else’s fault. Take full responsibility for your emotions and life challenges, and know that you have the ability to put into action your own methods for bouncing back to a higher level of motivation.
Never allow the negative character or actions of another person to sway you into being unmotivated. You don’t need anyone else’s permission to be and stay motivated. Nor should you shutdown your motivation to live small in order to comfort someone else who is unmotivated. Motivation is always yours to choose, maintain, and celebrate each and every day.
Your choices are made in every moment, word, thought, and action. Those choices are driven by what you focus upon. When you choose to be unmotivated, you choose to be sluggish, worried-filled, negative, and unhealthy. When you choose to be motivated, you choose to be highly active, creative, positive, and healthy. Focus on and choose the best, without ceasing, and that’s exactly what you’ll have.
Your life is a gift not because someone says it is, but because you know and see it as such.
Cleffairy: But then again, easier said than done. I wish I can take all those advice above. I want to be motivated cuz I want not to only feel motivated, but increase productivity as well. But.. sometimes, wanting is not good enough, because darkness, can be a very consuming force.