It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that time spent with cynical, distrustful, complaining, moody types eventually takes its toll. The people we mix with affect our moods, so if we spend time with happy, optimistic and motivational people it rubs off, and there is science to prove it.
Harnessing our senses can offer huge potential as motivational tools. When it comes to hearing we’re often bombarded by background noise. Often we can filter this out by thinking our own thoughts or by choosing what we’d prefer to listen to. This is where we can use an opportunity and focus our hearing to make it a platform for motivation.
Two people do similar jobs. Lets say they are both cleaners only one works in a hospital and the other an office. One finds the work boring and pointless but the other finds it satisfying and meaningful.
Often, we set out on achieving a goal, get overwhelmed and give up. All due to lack of motivation and setting unrealistic expectations. But that’s another story for another time. For now, here are a few tips to get started and stay motivated till the end.
If you made merry over Christmas you may be one of the hundreds of thousands already resolved to losing those extra indulgent pounds? Just getting your diet back under control may work for you, or perhaps you’re one of the many people who struggle with food all year long?