How to get motivated when you're stuck in a rut | A Hint of Rose: How to get motivated when you're stuck in a rut

11.7.16

How to get motivated when you're stuck in a rut


How to get motivated when you're stuck in a rut | A Hint of Rose How to get motivated when you're stuck in a rut | A Hint of Rose

I recently had a hard time being motivated to wake up early and go to the gym. You know, you're tired, and before you notice it you are late, you feel rushed, and you've lost your motivation. I want to tell you right away, this is totally normal, nothing is perfect all the time. So today, I wanted to share with you a few tips for dealing with failure and getting motivated again!


1. ACCEPT IT

This step is probably the most important one, you need to accept you have a problem in order to be able to do everything to get back on tracks. I always have to tell myself that a failure is not really a failure, it's just an opportunity to learn and grow. We need to learn to deal with problems and failures, because life is made of failures and problems, and that's OK once you realize it's not a big deal.

2. SIT DOWN AND REEVALUATE YOUR OBJECTIVES

Once you understood there is a problem, then it's time to think about it, think about why you failed and what you can do to do it better next time. Also, it might be the best time to reevaluate your objectives and the steps to achieve them.

3. GET BACK ON TRACK

When I was younger, someone told me that if you fell from a horse, you need to get back on the saddle right away, because if you don't you'll be scared of horses for the rest of your life. I think this sentence is so true, for every aspect of our lives! When we face a difficulty, we have to go ahead and really face it, because if we don't we'll always be afraid and we'll never learn...

Also, I think it's so important to treat ourselves at every step, at every victory, just to make the journey fun and stay motivated.

" Failure is just a try that didn't work. We can either regret trying or we can applaud ourselves for trying", it's just a matter of perception.

Marjorie

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