Most people struggle to stay motivated, but it is even more challenging if you have mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety. Setbacks are normal, but developing resilience can help you carry on and pick up where you left off.
Motivation is one of the main things that distinguishes high-achieving professionals from everyone else. So how can you keep pushing onward, even when you don’t feel like it?
The act of motivation is the process by which a person organises, guides, and sustains a goal-oriented behaviour. Motivation is a state of mind that desires change, whether it occurs inside of us or in the outside environment.
— Advisory Excellence (@_aenetworking) May 11, 2022
As hard as it may be to get started it’s important to follow through on the things you want to do. If you are still with us, then keep reading.
Below is a list of 7 tips to stay motivated on your journey:
- Set and re-evaluate your goals
- Have a support network (if you don’t have one, build one)
- Recognise your obstacles
- Be kind to yourself
- Prioritise your health and well-being
- Trust the process
- Celebrate your small and big wins
If you believe that you are struggling to move forward in pursuit of making positive changes in your life, please keep this article to remind yourself of ways to stay motivated in times of need. Self-motivation is one of the hardest skills to learn, but it’s critical to your success.
Write down your goals. Recording your efforts and tracking your progress can help you work toward your goals and remind you that you’re making progress.