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In order to stay motivated, you need a purpose

In order to stay motivated, you need a purpose

Without purpose, motivation does not stand a chance.

So start thinking about your purpose, what makes your inner motivation stay alive and do your best to accomplish it.

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It might be that nothing motivates one as a reward. Knowing that you will be rewarded after having completed the task has a strong influence on your brain.

Therefore, bet on it and, if possible, try rewards that offer you inner satisfaction and that are n...

Once you have found your purpose, make sure to let the world know about it.

Find a proper reward and go after all you have always wanted all in, no matter the risks.

Making sure you hold yourself accountable in order to keep up the motivation and, therefore, accomplish your goals, is easier than it sounds.

All you have to do is to commit and express your commitment also in front of others. This will lead to you wantin...

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