"The measure of your success usually comes down who carries the battle that is interfering between your two, which would jeopardize your success – self-confidence." Chris Widener
In all of my relationships with people, I have never found anyone, regardless of how well they are successful, sometimes not simply wanting to do what they need and want to do. It is part of human nature that there will be times that, despite all we need and even desire, we will find ourselves who do not want to do anything. And what understands those who want to succeed from those who want to maintain status quo is a talent in these very important times when we make decisions about what we will do, choosing to find an internal motivation that allows us to conquer rest assured and proceed to action.
I find that I'm regularly doing this issue in my life, so the following strategies to succeed are not just "back in heaven technology" but proven ways to make you go even when you do not feel like and to do anything.
Please evaluate whether you need a break or not. This is the first thing I usually do as I find out that I do not want a particular action. The fact is that we will have worked very hard often and the relaxation we feel is actually our body and feelings that tell us that we just need a break. And this is where it takes real intellectual honesty because when we do not have a break, our mind still tells us we need a break! But sometimes we need a break. I give you a good example. I do not really like exercise, but I do almost every day. Sometimes I find myself before I go to the club thinking about how I just do not feel like going. Most of the time I'm just lazy. But sometimes I realize that my body needs a break. So from time to time I will take one or two days to work out. The benefits of this are twofold: One, my body is able to regain itself. Two, after a day or two, I started to miss my workout and eagerly turned to the gym.
Other examples: Perhaps you are a salesman who has called customers by week, day and night. You wake up one morning and just do not feel like doing it anymore. Well, take a break this morning. Go to a cafe and read the newspaper. Go to the driving distance and click on golf balls. Take a break and go back to it!
Starting a little. I'm at the point of the workout now, since a typical workout day for me consists of a 30 to 45 minute workout exercise and about 30 minutes of gravity. So when I can not get up and go to the gym, I will sometimes undertake to go and just do a lesser exercise. Instead of deciding not to go, I commit to doing a 15 to 20 minute exercise and a 15 to 30 minute gravity. This is also good for two reasons. One, I actually get some movement that day. And two, it keeps me from going to a circuit to give up when I do not feel like taking action.
Other examples: Perhaps you are a writer who simply does not want to write today. Instead of writing the long day you have organized, decide that you will at least outline some new articles. You will at least get this done, and you may have found yourself writing the post after all.
Change your habits. I have found that what keeps me in the best shape and burns the most calories for me is to do 30 to 45 minutes on the treadmill every day. Let me be very bad. I feel like running on a treadmill to be very boring. Normally I can get myself to do it, but sometimes I have to change my regular life. So instead of 30 to 45 minutes on a treadmill, I will break down the exercise exercise in a number of different areas. I will do ten to 15 minutes on a treadmill, 10 to 15 minutes on the Saturday, 5 to 10 minutes on the rocker, 5 to 10 minutes on the stairway and then back on the treadmill for five to 10 minutes. I still get my exercise, but I'm bored a lot less.
Other examples: Perhaps you are in process and you have been working in a pipe for one week and it will be monotonous. Do not make a pipe today! Go to the frame-in the office.
Award yourself. One way to encourage me to do something when I do not feel like doing it is telling me that if I get through the work I need, I'll give me some reward. For example, I could tell myself if I can get up and go to the club. I can take 5-10 minutes of my runway, which will shorten the workout and allow me to sit in the hot tub for a few additional minutes. Hey, it works!
Other examples: Maybe you are a mortgage broker who feels like sleeping. Tell yourself that after the next three mortgage loans you close, you will bring your children to the show or your spouse to the movies. Maybe you'll have dinner in town with old friends.
Connect the operation with pleasure rather than pain. Psychologists have long told us that humans tend to link all actions with either pleasure or pain. Tony Robbins has increased this even further in recent years with something he calls a nerve organization. That is, we connect all actions with either pleasure or pain. When we find lack of motivation, what we are likely to find about ourselves is that we associate the function we are thinking of with pain, rather than pleasure. For example, when I'm considering not going to a healthcare center every day, I usually go to work and work with no time, pain in training and weight or sad to run on a treadmill for a long time. What I can do to reconnect is to remind me that by entering and doing my exercise I will feel better about myself, I will lose weight and I will live longer. This makes me happy. As we begin to run these types of tapes through our minds, we find our inner stimulus force free and change our beliefs about the actions we are considering.
Other examples: Perhaps you are a counselor who really does not want to spend the day listening to people. Your relationship may be boring, or you'll be indoors when it's sunny outside. Instead, relate to the truth in the matter: Someone will be better for caring and caring. Think about your customers and the progress they've been making recently and how you've been part of it.