Why do you have no motivation? I believe we all want to feel motivated and driven all the time. Nobody wants to feel down, exhausted, tired, inferior, and have no motivation to do things.
The truth is that motivation comes and goes, but we can learn to take control of it and manage it wisely.
And this is exactly what you’re about to learn in this guide. You’ll discover the 10 common reasons why people have no motivation and what you can do to overcome them.
Motivation is an emotion that we feel inside us. And this is why there are times when we feel totally motivated and pumped, and we feel like we’re ready to take on the world.
And there are also times when we don’t feel good. We feel lost and we lack the motivation to do things. We just want to do nothing or lay on the couch.
Therefore, it is common that sometimes you feel absolutely motivated, but on the other times, you feel like you just want to do nothing.
The key is to learn how to manage your motivation. In other words, you must learn how to manage your energy and emotions.
Successful people are successful because they know how to handle their motivations well. They know what to do when they lack motivation.
In short, successful people choose to do the work even when they don’t feel like it. On the contrary, unsuccessful people choose to allow their emotions to get over them. They choose to procrastinate and do nothing even when they know they should be getting things done.
Do you get it? It is normal that motivation comes and goes, the key is in learning how to manage it – what you should do when you lack motivation.
It is what you do when you don’t feel like doing it that makes all the difference.
Identify the Root Causes Why You Have No Motivation
Imagine you’re trying to fill water into an empty bottle. If there is a small leakage at the bottom of the bottle, eventually, all the water you poured in will leak away.
Unless you patch the leakage or use another bottle, no matter how much water you try to pour in, it will eventually run out.
You can increase your effort to fill the water faster, but no matter what you do, the water will leak because the bottle is flawed.
The same goes for your motivation. This is why identifying the root causes of your lack of motivation is crucial.
You can read my previous blog post about the 52 motivation tips and use these tips, but if you don’t find out the causes, it will take you a lot of energy and effort to stay motivated each day.
The key is to identify the leak, and then do something about it. Hence, I suggest you read this article below to find out what motivates you:
What Motivates You In Life? The 6 Common Factors That Drive People
You want to find out exactly why you have no motivation and implement the right solution to it.
By doing so, you can make your motivation last longer, at least. And it also saves you a lot of effort and time.
Don’t get me wrong, motivation will fade and it never lasts. This is because circumstances can change and you will also change.
Years ago, I used to be obsessed with playing games, the first generation of Sony PlayStation. I can spend my entire day playing games. But today, things are different and I’m no longer obsessed with games anymore.
As you can see, things can change and so with your motivation and desire.
I hope that you understand why it is important to identify the reason why you have no motivation and apply the right solution to it by now.
Here are some of the most common root causes of why people lack motivation. Go through them and find out which one best explains your situation.
I have also included suggestions and action steps so that you know what to do when you have no motivation.
Hopefully, after going through this article, you will have a crystal clear reason for what is causing your lack of motivation and what you should do about it.
1. Fearful of the Uncertainty
This is one of the most common reasons why people have no motivation most of the time.
People set goals. They have dreams and things that they want to achieve in their lives. The problem is that most of them are fearful of the uncertainty.
They have no idea if they are able to achieve their goals; if their actions can bring them the results they want; and if their goals are really worth their effort.
Think about it, if your success is guaranteed, will you take action?
If I grant you the “Midas touch” ability where every business you venture into will be a great success, will you start a business right away?
You will say yes because your success is guaranteed, there’s nothing to be afraid of. When the outcome is certain, people are more willing to act.
On the other hand, when there are uncertainties, the unknown will stop you from trying.
People often worried if things don’t work out or if their plan is not going to work. And this uncertainty transforms into the fear that stops them from taking action.
Let me ask you this question: If you want to build a successful blog, you need to spend 3 hours a day building content and another extra hour into marketing your blog, and you will have to do this every single day for the next 5 years, and at the end of 5 years, there is no guarantee that your blog will become successful, are you going to do it?
Think about it.
Most people are going to say no, because the outcome is uncertain.
If you have goals and you are not feeling motivated to take action, one of the main reasons could be your fear of the unknown. You are afraid that after you poured in your effort, things are still not working in your favor.
Let me tell you this, my friend, nothing in this world comes with a guarantee. I mean the decisions you make in your life, not the kind of guarantee you get from buying an iPhone.
The action you put in today may mean nothing in the future. But there is a chance.
Taking action may not guarantee your success, but if you are not going to do anything about your dreams and goals, nothing will happen.
The fear of uncertainty is not real.
It is all created within your mind.
Most people lose motivation because they fail the results they desire in their heads long enough.
Solution: Enjoy the process and make the journey adventurous
If the fear of uncertainty is what makes you lose your motivation and stop you from taking action, what you can do is to learn to enjoy the process.
Tell yourself that it is alright even if you fail. Elon Musk once said, “If something is important enough, you should try, even if the probable outcome is a failure.”
If your goals and dreams are important and valuable enough to you, you should do it, even if you are going to fail.
Musk also said:
“Failure is an option. If things are not failing, you are not innovating enough.”
One key thing you must understand is that failure is not the opposite of success, in fact, it is part of success. Failure and success are on the same side. Without making failures, you will never learn. And if you’re not learning, how in the world are you going to improve and do better?
So don’t be afraid of the unknown. Embrace the unknown and see it as an adventure.
It is because of the unknown that life is meaningful and exciting. Imagine if everything you do is predictable and you already know how things are going to turn out, there will be no surprise, how boring is that, right?
Your future is supposed to be full of adventures and unknown. After all, it is the uncertainties that make life exciting.
Hence, take it as a challenge. Make life adventurous. And more importantly, enjoy the process and your journey.
You don’t have to be afraid of the unknown. It is the unknown that makes life great.
Read: Finding Peace with Uncertainty
2. The Feeling of Inferiority or Worthlessness
Have you ever feel like you’re no good and amount to nothing? You feel like no matter what you do, you will eventually fail and regardless of how much effort you have put in, nothing seems to work. You feel inferior and worthless.
This is another common reason that makes people lose their motivation. Whenever you feel inferior and that you’re no good, it instantly kills your drive and put you in a lousy state.
However, feeling of inferiority, insignificant, or worthless can be good at times.
When you see someone who is doing much better than you, you feel that if they can do it, so can you. So, it motivates you to do better.
According to psychologist Alfred Adler, the feeling of inferiority can be healthy. It makes you driven to want to learn and perform better.
The problem comes when the feeling of inferiority paralyzes you.
An extreme feeling of inferiority can make you succumb to shyness, social anxiety, feeling worthless, and prevent you from taking action.
There are a couple of reasons that can make you feel inferior in your daily life.
For example, when you’re being extremely sensitive and you care too much about what others say or think about you.
Another common reason people feel inferior is due to the idea where psychologists called “social rank theory“, where how you feel and act inside is determined by how you perceive your social status or rank.
This submissive behavior is becoming more common these days because of social media.
If you often feel no motivation to take action because you feel inferior or worthless, here is what you can do…
Solution: Build a bunker and boost your self-confidence
What you can do is to build a bunker to prevent yourself from comparing with others or letting others influence your thinking.
You don’t have to feel inferior or feel that you are “lower” than others. God makes no junk, my friend.
Everyone has their own calling and they are meant to do something worthwhile in this world.
The famous Hong Kong actor and director, Stephen Chow, once said that everything in this world has their own function and purpose; even the toilet paper is created with a purpose to serve human beings.
Thus, the first step you need to take to prevent inferiority is to build a bunker to stop the feeling from attacking you again. If you can’t fully get rid of it, try to lower the intensity of the feeling.
For instance, if you always compare yourself with others and end up feeling inferior, stop comparing yourself to them.
The second step you can take is to boost your self-confidence. When you feel inferior, your confidence is at its lowest, and to overcome this, you must boost your level of confidence.
Here’s a simple way how you can do it – by celebrating even the smallest victories.
Give yourself a pat on the back, feel proud, praise yourself, celebrate, and reward yourself the moment you make some progress, no matter how small it is.
Related: 13 Ways How to Celebrate Small Victories and Make Progress
You want to build your confidence so that you can build momentum and feel motivated again.
And when you are motivated, you will never feel inferior. This is the time when you will say, “TRY ME”, and not “why me”.
Read: Feel Inferior To Others? 8 Signs Of An Inferiority Complex
3. Focus on the Negative
This is another big reason why people have no motivation to act. They focus on the negative rather than the positive.
They created all sorts of negative thoughts in their head, and as a result, they self-sabotage and diminish their motivation.
I have seen this happened to many people, including myself. There are times when I lost myself in the negative thought cycle and can’t help but to keep thinking about the negative things.
I worry and afraid of things that are never real, and focus on the negative thoughts that prevent me from going forward.
If this is happening to you, don’t worry, we’re human beings and we tend to gravitate toward negative news. All you need to do is to be aware and then get yourself out of there.
People are more interested to discuss and talk about negative things. When an email headline expresses negativity, the open rates will be higher. Studies have proven this and I have tested this fact myself too.
People will slow down or stop to check out an accident on the highway, but not many people will slow down or stop for the beautiful flower by the roadside.
In other words, negativity sells. But in this case, negativity can kill your drive and put you in a low or no motivation state to take action.
“Failure defeats losers. Failure inspires winners.”
Robert T. Kiyosaki
Solution: Be conscious of your thoughts and switch your focus
This is often easier said than done. It is a little difficult to stay conscious of your thoughts and be aware of what you think about most of the time.
It is hard for angry people to be aware that they are being controlled by their anger. The same goes for negative thinking.
When you are in the negative thinking cycle, it is difficult to be aware that you are thinking negatively. Unless something catches your attention, such as if someone tells you about it and you start to gain awareness.
What you need to do is to switch your focus. Rather than thinking negatively, focus your thoughts on something else.
There are a few ways how you can do this.
First, you can create triggers like using motivational posters to keep yourself in a positive state.
Or you can also review your goals each morning to make sure that you start your day strong and maintain positive energy throughout the day. A vision board can also work the same.
Besides that, you can build a supportive team or find an accountability partner. This is why every successful athlete has a coach. Their coach not only trains them but also encourages them to do better.
The key is to stay aware of your thoughts and whenever you find yourself thinking negatively, switch your focus and think something positive.
You can also revisit your goals, your dreams, and also your purpose why you want to achieve them. Better yet, learn how to set goals and so you can focus on your goals. Check out my Goal Setting Formula masterclass.
Having absolute clarity for what you want clears out all the negative and the uncertainties that stop you from moving forward.
When you know exactly what you want to achieve and you are constantly holding the thought in your head, nothing can stop you. Your motivation will be high and your action will be purposeful.
Read: 7 Effective Techniques How To Conquer Negative Thoughts
4. Being Too Contented With Life
First, if this is what is happening to you, I must congratulate you. You’re feeling contented because you’ve accomplished something and you are satisfied with your current result, which can be a good thing.
However, if you’re not doing anything about it, you stop improving, you stop challenging yourself further, and you stop venturing out of your comfort zone, the feeling of contentment can kill your motivation and stop your progress.
There is also known as false contentment. It is self-deception that makes you believe that everything is great where actually, it is not.
When you fall into the trap of false contentment, you will feel lazy and totally unmotivated to take action.
Feeling contented is good, but if it is stopping you from progressing and improving, then it is bad.
Don’t get me wrong, feeling contented and being grateful can be great feelings, but never let these feelings stop you from becoming your best.
Oftentimes, people lack motivation because they succumb to their current situation, without having the desire to break through and get out of their comfort zone.
You have to understand what kind of satisfaction and contentment you are experiencing. Feeling grateful is awesome, but feeling contented and never want to improve is not ideal.
Solution: Reignite the fire and set more challenging goals
If you want to know whether you are making progress or stuck, just take a look at your life. Do a review and compare yourself with your previous self. Are you making any progress?
“If you are the best person in the room, then you are in the wrong room.”
If you are living this year the same as last year, perhaps, you are not making much progress.
Now, I’m not saying that repeating each year and producing the same result is bad, but as human beings, we should aim to improve and get to higher ground, right?
This is especially true if you are in business. You will never know what will happen in the future. Look at Motorola and Nokia, both were once the market leaders in the mobile industry, but because they were slow to adapt to the changes, the competition put them out of the game.
You definitely don’t want that to happen to you, right?
Therefore, reignite the fire within you and set more challenging goals.
To smash the feeling of contentment is easy, just compare yourself to someone better than you.
If you are earning $10,000 a month and the financial stability and the comfort kill your motivation, talk to someone who’s earning $1 million a month. It will open your mind and widen your perspective.
Of course, this is just an example and you don’t have to be materialistic. Perhaps, you can motivate yourself by thinking about how many lives you can touch and inspire. Or how many good things you can do to the world.
Tony Robbins has a great quote:
“People are not lazy. They simply have impotent goals – that is, goals that do not inspire them.”
Set challenging goals that inspire you. Stop living in your comfort zone and it is time to reignite your desire to achieve more.
Learn how to set empowering goals here – Goal Setting Formula Masterclass.
This is exactly what you need to do when you have no motivation because you feel overly contented.
5. Burnout, Physically and Mentally
Motivation has a lot to do with energy, and in order to keep your energy level high, you must maintain a healthy lifestyle, both physically and mentally.
A lot of people thought that motivation is all about getting the mood up and it is all about the tricks, but a large part of our motivation actually comes from our physical and mental energy.
There was a study conducted by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the US, and the study was also mentioned in the best-selling book by Charles Duhigg, The Power of Habits. The study states that:
A study published in 2010 conducted by Jonathan Leval, Shai Danziger, and Liora Avniam-Pesso of Columbia and Ben-Guron Universities looked at 1,112 judicial rulings over the course of 10 months concerning prisoner paroles.
They found that right after breakfast and lunch, your chances of getting paroled were at their highest.
On average, the judges granted parole to around 60 percent of prisoners right after the judge had eaten a meal. The rate of approval crept down after that. Right before a meal, the judges granted parole to about 20 percent of those appearing before them.
The less glucose in judges’ bodies, the less willing they were to make the active choice of setting a person free and accepting the consequences and the more likely they were to go with the passive choice to put the fate of the prisoner off until a future date.
This means that our willpower and energy deplete as we go through our day.
For instance, I use my morning to write content like this article. In the afternoon, I found that it is difficult for me to concentrate and I’ll be easily distracted. I guess it is because I have used up most of my willpower and drive in the morning for creative writings.
In life, we’re tempted to skip lunch, breakfast, or eat junk food to keep our stomach full. We have never thought that this is actually a bad move because it affects our productivity and also our level of motivation.
Not only food but physical exercise too. Try to watch TV the entire day and then try to focus on getting your most important work done in the evening, I bet that highly likely, you’ll procrastinate and won’t do it.
If you find yourself having no motivation to work because you lack willpower and energy, perhaps it is time to change your lifestyle.
Solution: Take breaks and live a healthy lifestyle
There are reasons why highly successful people are active people. They practice an active lifestyle where most of them choose to exercise in the morning before they start their day.
- Barrack Obama workout and exercise 45 minutes a day, six days a week.
- Billionaire Mark Cuban gets at least an hour of cardio per day.
- Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg works out three times a week.
- Respected entrepreneur Richard Branson exercise, play tennis, and surf almost every morning.
You can check out the exercise habits of highly successful people from this list.
So, make exercise part of your routine. Furthermore, eat healthily and consume nutritious foods.
More importantly, keep your willpower strong by taking regular breaks throughout your workday. And get enough sleep.
When your energy level is strong, you will find that you are more motivated to do things.
Read: The Importance of Taking a Short Break According to Research
6. Feeling Trapped and Going Nowhere
Have you ever had the feeling where you’re trapped and whatever you do seem to amount to nothing and you’re like going nowhere?
And because of this feeling, you lose your motivation and choose not to do anything at all?
Perhaps, you have a dream of running your own business and becoming your own boss, but somehow, you tried, and you failed. Eventually, the feeling of being trapped and going nowhere grow stronger and now you lose your motivation and are afraid to take action again.
If this describes you, don’t worry, here’s what you can do:
Solution: Model other successful people, go slow, and then reignite your desire again
When you’re feeling trapped and are going nowhere in life, one of the best things you can do is to read books. Read success books about how others who have gone through a similar situation like you, manage to bounce back.
For example, if you start a business and fail, and you have lost your motivation, go and study other successful businessmen who have gone failed many times but did not give up.
What you need here is a new hope. You need to reignite the possibility into your life and believe that your dreams are possible again.
Therefore, commit to reading books each day.
Go and network with other successful and positive people. Let their thinking influence you and make you believe in yourself once more.
Take all your setbacks as feedback. They are the experience for you to grow. Just like what Tony Robbins says:
“Success in life is the result of good judgment. Good judgment is usually the result of experience. Experience is usually the result of bad judgment.”
The key to living a great life is about learning from your mistakes. Always remember, failure is NOT the opposite of success, it is part of success.
You definitely need to go through some failures before you can discover the success you want. It is not whether you are going to make mistakes, for mistakes are inevitable.
The question is, what are you going to do when you fail? Are you going to learn from it and bounce back higher? Or are you going to let the failure stop you from going further?
It is all up to you my friend. You don’t have to feel stuck or trapped. Your journey doesn’t end where you are, pick yourself up and move on.
Read: 12 Things to Do When You Feel Stressed and Stuck in Life
7. Loss of meaning, purpose, and passion
This is another common reason people lose their motivation. They started strong, but somewhere down the road, they lose the meaning, purpose, and passion. And they find it difficult to keep up because they have no more motivation to continue.
When what you do does not serve your purpose, you will have no motivation to do it. This is why having a strong, clear, and emotional purpose is important in achieving what you want in life.
If you want to build a successful blog, but you have no motivation, most likely, it is because you don’t have a strong purpose to support that goal.
Why do you want to spend hours each day, writing content, do something that you dislike, where it does not serve your purpose, and you have to give up your leisure time to do it, right?
This is why you need to have a purpose and passion for what you do.
Without meaning, purpose, and passion for what we do, we will never do it. Just like what Steve Jobs said in an interview. He said that success is so difficult that people who have no passion and don’t love doing it will quit the moment things become tough.
Read: How to Find Your Purpose in Life
Solution: Rediscover your passion and purpose
If you want to find your purpose of why you want to achieve your goals, just ask yourself questions such as:
- “Why do I want to achieve this?”
- “Is this why I’m passionate about?”
- “Am I willing to sacrifice my leisure time to do this?”
- “If I win the lottery and have $100 million in the bank, will I continue to do this?”
If you need more thought-provoking questions to help you rediscover your purpose and reignite your passion, read this article.
Make your goals as exciting as possible. Make what you do so exciting to you that you will want to jump out of bed early in the morning to do it. Learn how I set and achieve my goals here.
8. Feeling stressed and overwhelmed
When things become overwhelming, they block your mind and prevent you from moving forward. You’re stuck because there are so many things to do, to discover, and you have totally no idea where to start.
Although it may be good to feel overwhelmed once in a while because you want to push yourself out of your comfort zone, if this feeling persists, it may cause paralysis and immobilize you.
Imagine your day is full. You wake up at 5am, work on your website for an hour, get your kids up, take bath, prepare breakfast, send them to school, go to work at 830am, and you have to work until late night and by the time you’re home, it is already 9pm.
The story continues… You need to take your kids to bed and there are still many things need to get done, but you realize that it is already 11pm. And you have to repeat the same thing all over again the next day.
How does this make you feel? Overwhelming?
If this is just happening for a day or two, it will be fine. But if this situation continues for years, you will definitely feel overwhelmed and the thought of it will make you lose motivation instantly.
Solution: Don’t overestimate yourself, take breaks, and chunk your work
First, do not overestimate yourself.
I plan my day and write down the things that I need to get done on my list. I discovered that the most I can do are about 3 to 5 items. If the list gets longer, my day is going to be crazy and I won’t be able to complete the tasks.
Hence, I keep my list short, about 3 to 5 items to work on each day.
Maybe you can work faster and more efficiently than me, but whatever you do, don’t overestimate yourself. More is not always merrier.
You want to get the most important and high-impact work done here, not just any work. So keep your list short and do what is most important to you first.
Then, schedule and take regular breaks. You want to have time to recharge your energy and keep your motivation strong.
Related: 13 Creative Ways How to Take Short Breaks During the Day
Finally, chunk your work. Try to focus on the bite-size rather than trying to accomplish the big task at once.
A good way to handle this is to use the One-Minute Rule, where you focus on doing your work for just one minute.
Remember, Rome was not built in a day. The same goes for the success you desire.
Success is not a sprint, but a marathon. You can go slow, but don’t stop. Make progress each day and I’m sure you will get there eventually.
9. You don’t believe in it
Yes, one of the most common reasons people don’t feel motivated is because they don’t believe what they want to do or accomplish is possible.
Think about it, if you don’t believe your dreams are possible or that you have the capabilities to achieve your goals, do you think you will go all out to achieve them?
No, not at all. This is why some people treat their business like a hobby. They do it with a half-hearted attempt. They do it for the sake of getting the work done.
When you don’t believe in something, like your goals, vision, or the work you involve in doing, you will hold yourself back and never go all out.
The reason is simple, if you don’t believe you can be successful deep inside, why bother trying, right?
Just like buying the lottery, why do people do it? Well, they believe that they stand a chance to win the prize, isn’t it? If you don’t believe you stand a chance to win, will you bother buying the tickets in the first place?
We do things because of our beliefs. When we don’t believe something is possible, we will never do it with our best ability. We hold ourselves back and reserved our efforts.
This is why people don’t feel motivated.
If you don’t believe you are going to win the competition, do you think you will have the motivation to train?
Successful people always believe in what they do. They believe in their goals, their visions, and themselves, and this is why they are so motivated to take action.
They see themselves successfully achieved what they want rather than picturing themselves fail at what they do.
Do you get it? If you want to have the motivation, you must first believe that what you want to do achieve or what you do is possible.
Solution: Believe in yourself and in what you do
You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them. You can’t achieve great success if all you think about is failure. You can’t get rich by thinking poor.
No matter what you want to achieve in life, in order to stay motivated on the course, you must believe in it.
People lose motivation and give up in the end not because it is impossible, but because they choose to NOT believe that it is possible.
When you doubt yourself, you will start to lose your hope. And when you lose hope, you lose your motivation and you will start to lose interest in what you do. This is when your motivation will fade and eventually, you will give up.
Never let this happen to you. Choose to believe in yourself, your dreams and goals, and choose to believe that it is possible that you can achieve what you want. Read this guide:
How to Believe in Yourself to Achieve Your Goals and Dreams
When you truly believe, the motivation will come.
10. Depression and other similar mental disorder
When you are depressed, you will have zero motivation to do things. In fact, chronic depression and other mental illness can take away not just your motivation, but also your focus, self-esteem, decisiveness, and more.
If you allow it, depression can drain your energy and even take away your will to live. It can be a serious problem and must be dealt with.
One thing though, don’t mistake depression and lack of motivation for laziness. This is a quote from HealthyPlace.com:
This is often where the depressed person can be, mistakenly, thought of as lazy or apathetic. A depressed person’s lack of motivation is not the same as laziness.
When someone is lazy, they don’t want to do work or do unpleasant tasks, even when they have the energy to do so. They may be motivated just fine, they simply don’t want to exert themselves in any way.
The person who is unmotivated due to depression usually wants to work and do other things, but feels as if they can’t. This is a key difference between laziness and depression.
Now, I’m not a doctor or a psychologist, so I can’t really tell you if you are suffering from depression. But according to an article from HealthLine, here are some of the symptoms of depression:
- Reduced interest in activities that are normally pleasurable
- Insomnia or increased need for sleep
- Lack of appetite or an increased need to eat, leading to either weight loss or gain
- Restlessness, irritability, or lack of energy and fatigue
- Trouble concentrating and attending to usual tasks
- Poor self-image
- Suicidal thoughts
If you are showing the symptoms from the above, it still doesn’t mean that you’re suffering depression. Perhaps, you suffer insomnia because you have more stress lately. And after the problems solved, insomnia will be gone too.
Thus, you may want to look more deeply into your daily routine before you conclude that you are suffering depression.
Of course, if you need help, by all means, consult a doctor.
Solution: Get active, socialize, and celebrate your victories
It is important to maintain an active lifestyle. Getting out of your bed and go for a walk is a great idea to overcome depression. Exercise helps your body to release endorphins, which makes you feel good.
Also, be active and socialize with others. You don’t have to cage yourself and shun from meeting others. You can meet with positive people and socialize with them.
Plus, volunteer and help out. Helping people who are in need can improve your mood.
Celebrate all your wins, no matter how small they are. Even a small act of making your bed can help you improve your mood and change the world.
Watch this video from Admiral William McRaven:
And if you need to, consult a doctor.
If you’re reading this, you’ve come a long way. We have covered a lot of grounds.
Now you know the common causes of why people have no motivation to act and the solutions to overcome it.
However, before you go, I would like to share a secret with you.
Do you want to know the ultimate solution on how to get your motivation back?
Execution and action.
My friend, motivation comes when you act; when you are in motion. If you choose to stay on the ground and are not making a move, guess what, you will continue to have no motivation because nothing changes.
No matter what you have learned here or what tricks or techniques you have learned, the key to getting motivated is in the execution.
Get yourself moving. Do something, anything.
When you have low or no motivation, do something, even if it is a small act, it will build your momentum and the motivation will come automatically.
Now you know the secret to motivation, so do it.
Let me know if this guide helps and share your thoughts with me in the comment section below. I’d love to hear from you.
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