We are one month down in 2019, and I (like most) am striving to achieve my new year’s resolutions. Sounds simple in theory, however lately I’ve found myself experiencing a lack of oomph. Whatever the cause may be, I want to nip it in the bud and reclaim my enthusiasm!
Below I have reflected on five surefire ways to turn up the dial on your motivation:
- What are your goals and why? Understand what you are trying to achieve and why. Once you have a clear understanding of your goals, set little reminders to keep you on track – this could be a symbol, a quote, a photo etc.
- Breakdown your goals. Do you ever feel overwhelmed looking at the mountain of tasks sitting in front of you? Break down the goal into smaller manageable steps! This may free your mind to focus on the task at hand.
- Preserve a positive outlook. This can have an immense impact on your motivation levels. You can’t always control external events, however you do have some control/responsibility of your head space. So try your best to reframe any negative thoughts into positive ones.
- Surround yourself with motivated people and look to them for inspiration – not competition!
- Get started! Sometimes it is just a matter of taking the first step to activate the flow.
What’s are some of your tips to stay motivated this year in your world @work?
Amanda prides herself on being part of the strong and reputable Business Support team at Slade Group. After two years of working for a boutique recruitment firm in the UK, Amanda returned home to Australia with a drive to further develop her career within the recruitment industry. She has since provided several businesses across Melbourne and Sydney with quality staff to fill their vital Business Support roles. Amanda has also worked in Social Services and Financial Services, where she gained valuable industry knowledge and an understanding for how Business Support roles are imperative to the smooth running of an organisation. Amanda values attention to detail and being an exceptional listener, in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of what her clients and candidates require.