The Motivational Handbook E-book

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Table of Contents

The Motivational Handbook.3
101 Quick Tips to Help Boost Your Motivation.9
Thinking Positively…..9
Know that negative thoughts are normal…..9
Find the right inspiration..9
Be your own inspiration..10
Set a final goal…10
Segment your goal…10
Recall your goal daily……11
Exercise humble optimism…..11
Exercise healthy pessimism…11
Jump ahead12
Visualize the steps you need to take…12
Have a backup plan..12
Make a progress chart….12
Take time to look back….13
Have other goals in life…13
Make smaller achievements..13
Avoid small mistakes14
Avoid becoming the perfectionist.14
Do not panic……14
Sort out the unimportant worries14
Have a simple eye….15
Loosen up the gear..15
Find friendly and supportive competition..15
Celebrate the success of others….16
Make your plans public…16
Recognize your achievements……16
Reward yourself17
Learn to be satisfied.17
Be honest with yourself..17
Have open expectations.18
Be aware of risks……18
Be prepared for risks18
Have an open mind..19
Do not allow gaps in your schedule…..19
Follow a healthy diet19
Know foods and beverages that can affect your mood…20
Exercise regularly…..20
Have proper sleep….20
Have short naps21
Have regular cold showers…..21
Wake up early…21
Take supplements….21
Drink lots of fluids….22
Snack on fresh fruits and salads….22
Enjoy a good spa and massage…..22
Recognize negative thought patterns..23
Remember better days…23
Reason with yourself and win the argument…..23
Write down your strong reasons..23
Avoid conflicts…24
Have time with family and friends24
Find a confidant24
Surround yourself with optimistic companions.25
Find a goal buddy…..25
Take company of successful people….25
Join online and offline groups25
Talk about your goals and dreams26
Get a coach26
Find a criticism buddy…..26
Have time for play….27
Have a good vacation from time to time….27
Stay pretty.27
Keep your fashion high…27
Stay in a fresh environment…28
Keep your dwelling places clean…28
Know your affinity to colors…28
Set goal reminders…28
Learn frustration/anger management skills……29
Take criticism positively..29
Take on challenges and succeed…29
Keep dreaming..30
Recall the benefits of you goal……30
Accept failure as a part of it…30
Approach your goals in a fun way.30
Keep smiling……31
Learn new things……31
Read success stories of real people…..31
Contemplate hard….32
Approach problems with solution plans…..32
Know the source of your frustrations..32
Spend time with pets……33
Spend time with kids33
Help people33
Change places with people….33
Keep tasks organized……34
Avoid lag time and take action immediately…..34
Recall the things that motivated you…34
Be forgiving of others…..35
Catch the momentum and stay adrift..35
Listen to motivating music…..35
Read motivating quotes..36
Watch classic fairy tales..36
Avoid discouraging news36
Attend spiritual retreats regularly37
Spend time with your other interests..37
Find something to believe in..37
Think highly of yourself…38
Do not think you are alone….38
Fulfill your emotional needs..38
Fulfill your spiritual obligations…..38
Live life to the fullest……39

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Motivation is what drives you into achieving goals in life. Without it, any task you will perform will feel dry and empty. It is one of the core differences between a hard working person and a hard working machine. Also, motivation acts like a sort of adrenaline rush in the blood stream. It can make you achieve things which you normally cannot. It is like the fuel that keeps a fire burning.

But like any fuel, motivation can also run out. Sometimes, it can just get dry on its own. This is especially true if the goals being pursued still appear so far away. That is why motivation is something that needs to be renewed from time to time just as you would refuel a car once its fuel tank is empty.

The problem is ‘how It is not as simple as wanting it back. Motivation sometimes occurs in a spur of the moment and recreating the events that produced it can be a truly difficult task. And when gone for too long, motivation can get more difficult to revive.

Also, motivation can be easily destroyed by discouraging situations and events. For example, a basketball player seeking to be the best in his region can receive a slap in the face when faced with an opponent with skills far greater than his own. Also, an environmentalist can get demoralized after seeing events of mass pollution.

When motivation is crushed this way, it is even more difficult to gain it back. Sadly, many people are facing the same situation every day. Students are losing motivation to continue their studies, artists are losing motivation to keep practicing their art, employees are losing motivation to keep doing a good job at work, and so forth.

This is the main reason why this book has been arranged. In here, you will find a collection of some of the most effective ways to regain lost motivation. It also has useful tips on how to maintain motivation while it is present.

These tips will be very useful during tough times. You can consult them when you feel discouraged and unmotivated or you can read through them during your free times to prepare you for the future.

1 review for The Motivational Handbook E-book

  1. James

    Great tips. I keep going back to try out.

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