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The Secret to Staying Motivated

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If you’re like most people, some days you wake up raring to go, and other days it’s hard to get motivated to do anything.  However, that doesn’t mean you have to sit back and ride out your lack of motivation. Luckily, you can learn the secrets of staying motivated and apply them to your life to achieve your goals and have more productive and fulfilling days, regardless of what stage of life you’re in.

Set Specific Goals

Always set goals that are clearly defined. For instance, if you want to improve your mobility by increasing your fitness level, you need to set specific goals in order to achieve your overall goal. Simply telling yourself that you’re going to get in shape can seem overwhelming and unachievable, particularly if your mobility is poor. So, set a specific goal such as going to a yoga class twice a week or taking a 30-minute walk after dinner three times a week.

Set Achievable Goals

Goals you set for yourself should be realistic and achievable. If your goal seems too difficult, it’s easy to lose motivation. For instance, if you’ve never run, don’t set a goal to run three days a week. Start simple and set a goal you can achieve, such as walking three days a week. As you accomplish that goal, you can revise your goal to jog a short distance each walk, and so forth.

Believe in Yourself

Regardless of what goal you set for yourself, it’s important to believe that you can achieve that goal. It has been shown that those who believe in themselves and their ability to reach their goal actually perform better than those who don’t believe in themselves.

List Your Reasons

Write down the reasons you want to achieve a particular goal. For instance, if you want to maximize your mobility, take a pen and put your reasons to paper. This simple act will help connect you with your goal and can help you stay motivated.

Anticipate Setbacks

Once you have set your goal, think about possible bumps in the road that could potentially discourage you and prevent you from achieving your goal. For example, if your goal is to walk outdoors on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, have a backup plan in the event of inclement weather. This could be going to your local gym and walking on the treadmill or something as simple as walking from room to room in your home.

Share Your Goal

Telling other people what goal you have set for yourself is great for accountability purposes. A friend or family member can help keep you on the path to reaching your goal and can offer encouragement when you need it. This in turn is a great way to keep yourself motivated.

Remember the Deeper Purpose

Recalling the personal significance of your goal can help keep you on the right track. For example, improving your health and increasing your mobility so that you can enjoy a more active lifestyle with your family is likely more powerful than a goal of getting in shape because your doctor suggested it.

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