I used to myself checking may Facebook when actually I was sitting down at my computer to work on some papers. Or even I watched the pile of laundry or the dishes to be cleaned grow until I hadn’t any space in the room. We need a little impulse now to tackle things we don’t want to do.
If you have a passion you’ve always wanted to pursue or just a boring class work, the following tips will help get motivate to move on.
1. Get organized
Get organized, put things on paper, begin with a to-do-list in order to keep track of the completion stage of you activities. You will not forget any of them. Get your brain in gear. Because getting started is the most difficult part, promise yourself you will take a break in just 15 minutes and probably you will start keeping in mind that 15 minutes will pass rapidly and you can take the well-deserved break.
2. Divide tasks
If you have elephant tasks, divide them into smaller ones and focus on completing one task at a time. Feel good for accomplishments and reward yourself. You will be surprised how much you can do if you take it one step at a time.
3. Ask for help
There is a well-known saying which actually makes sense: two heads are better than one. Apply it! Besides finding who are your true friends, knowing that you are not alone in it can be very motivating.
4. Be positive
Make all the effort to shake the bad mood either by turning on your favorite music or take a walk. You will feel fresh and more productive.
This is a imagination exercise. Imagine what may happen if you never pursue your passion, if you continue putting off your school works, if you never take a minute to meet nice people. Then imagine what will happen whether you do. Linking negative results with not acting and good ones with taking actions is motivational technique.