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Usually, such people think negatively, are self-centered, hypercritical, communicating with ulterior motives and life. Toxic people make you feel uncomfortable, guilty, and frustrated, and can r...
Unless you have clinical depression, pessimism is just a bad habit. Many adopt pessimism from childhood models or from a painful event and end up making it a part of their life.
Feeling sorry for yourself, procrastinating and adopting a binary or pessimistic world view are common ways of self-limitation.
Work on your priorities and attitudes to find unt...
Excuses are stopping you from doing more. And you are the only person who can change it.
Define what matters, use it to determine if you need to do something and do it if it’s the c...
Both lack of planning and overly complex plans have the potential to waste your efforts and keep you from your goal.
Write down what you need to succeed divide it into small achieva...
It’s one of the main reasons for poor motivation. The inner voice reminds you that you'll fail again.
Only those who do nothing don’t fail. Remember that failures are an opportunity for gr...
Yearning for acceptance and to please can make you forget who you are. As a result, you become a constantly worried person with a sense of little self-worth.
Take responsibility for...
The new threatens our stability and may worsen things. It brings new responsibilities and issues we are afraid of not being able to cope with.
Make a list of your fears and think of...
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Every choice has a price, but when we are motivated, it is easier to bear the inconvenience of action than the pain of remaining the same.
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Motivation is often the result of action, not the cause of it. Getting started, even in very small ways, is a form of active inspiration that naturally produces momentum.
Newton’s First Law applied to habit formation: Objects in motion tend to stay in motion.
Once a task has begun, it is easier to continue moving it forward. In other words, it is often easier to finish a task than it was to start it in the first place.
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Most people want to change themselves completely. The problem is wanting to do everything at once.
Because this intense motivational boost can backfire — you shift from over-enthusiasm...
It is a byproduct of self-discipline — it requires a method, not just a positive attitude.
Rather than worrying about the end result, focus on how to make daily progress.
But by pushing ourselves too hard, we exhaust the mental muscles needed to stay focused, to avoid temptations, and to persist in the face of frustration or failure.
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If you're not really interested in doing this thing (goal, project, etc.):
If you procrastinate because your goal seems too much and you don't know where to start, break it down into smaller parts. It will be easier to tackle.
Make a rough project timeline and identify the first chunk to get started with and within the first chunk, the very first action.
If you don't believe you can do a certain thing:
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