Even people who are relative happy at work go through periods in which they hate their jobs for days, weeks, or even months, at a time.
Post-New Year’s, only 8 percent of people follow through with their resolutions. This indicates that only a handful of people possess the inner drive to keep their commitments. In other words, they lack self-motivation.
The reason why self-motivation is so important is that it determines our ability to complete tasks and reach our goals. People with self-motivation are also more organized and possess exemplary time management skills.
It may seem like there’s a certain age when you can peak in terms of career success. People usually assume that your 20s are the epitome and your life goes downhill from there.
Challenges and stress are an inevitable part of life. There’s no way you can escape them, even if they take a toll on your wellbeing. But dealing with too many disappointments and failures can de-motivate you.
Do you constantly feel that your life is stuck in a constant loop? Like you keep going through the same motions every day to no avail? When you’re already frustrated with the direction your life is going in, it’s easy to perceive everything through that lens. You may be convinced that nothing ever goes right for you.
Sometimes, life begins to feel like a series of exhausting, never-ending weeks. In such times, it becomes increasingly difficult to stay motivated. After all, anyone can fall prey to burnout after long periods of working consistently.
Have you noticed your employees’ work output diminishing gradually? Do you find them distracted and unproductive most of the time?
Life is never smooth sailing. I’m sure you already know that. But knowing this truth isn’t always enough because no matter how much we prepare for the bad days, they still hurt us. I’ve been there too, so I’m not going to tell you it’ll be okay or that you’ll get over it. Continue reading