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Motivation is something that drives any individual to wake up in the morning and push themselves to go on throughout their day. This is a trait that is the pure catalyst to success. When someone is motivated, they will push themselves past what they think they can do. If you are easily influenced by distractors, your motivation can hinder. Here are a few things that you should avoid that absolutely kill motivation.

 

Lack of Communication

Humans instinctively need to connect with others. When an individual does not connect with others, it takes away an organic support system. Even in the workplace, employees make mistakes and it is important to connect and break down the mistake with others. Talking it out maintains the motivation of the employee rather than ignoring the issues at hand.

 

Wrong Schedule

In an educational setting, a schedule is every thing. A wrong schedule can drastically influence your happiness, work efficiency, and just throw your life off. Find a schedule that works best for you and create it so that motivation is able to flow through your day rather than constantly getting frustrated at minuscule things. Listening to your brain and body are very important to figure out a schedule that works best for you.

 

Eating

Food and meals throughout the day can be view as an incentive to breaking up the day. An important meal to not ignore is breakfast. It should give you the motivation to wake up eat a hearty meal and get your day started full of motivation.

 

General Distractions

One of the easiest ways to lose your motivation is by general distractions. Either personally or in the workplace, be sure to avoid small distractions that can result in you not achieving your daily goals. It is okay to say “No” to given circumstances if it means that you are valuing your motivation and goals for the day.

An easy way to prevent this is to have either a physical or mental to-do list. If you are also someone who enjoys a schedule, a daily schedule can also help you avoid those triggering distractions from others.