Get in the Habit of Keeping a Journal
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Most morning routines you find online take hours to complete. Thirty minutes of physical activity.
We all know the conventional ways to achieve calm: meditate, go for a walk, listen to relaxing music, etc., but what about the uncommon ways
Positive thinking can add so much to your life and mental state of mind– and now we know that positive thinking can add years to your life. When you think positive you get rid of stress and tend to live a healthier life and make better choices. If you’re naturally a negative thinker, there are ways you can change that thinking and get on the path to a life-changing way of thinking. If you really want to begin to think positively and change your life for the better, look at th
Motivation is the desire we have to do things. It is the difference between waking up before dawn to get started on a particular project and lazing around the house all day watching TV. It's the crucial element in setting and attaining goals. Research shows you can influence your own levels of motivation, but far too often, we fail to do so. Staying motivated can be a real struggle. When trying to maintain motivation, our drive is constantly assaulted by negative thoughts
Here are 101 tips you can use to improve and maintain motivation. For any new project, however, the first three tips should always be done to improve your chance of success and help maintain motivation. Know what you want to achieve—If you don’t know what you want to achieve, how will you know when you achieve it? Deciding exactly what you want to do is the beginning of staying motivated to finish it. Determine the steps to reach your goal—There are things you need to do fo
This guide will give you tips you can use to help pull yourself out of a slump before it gains momentum. Get organized—Being prepared and organized can help you feel better about your ability to reach your goals. Having information scattered in too many places makes you feel out of control and undermines motivation. Be serious about each step in your process—Think about learning to ski, for example. The beginner I given a list of instructions: "lean forward," "bend the ankl