4 Easy Tips to Keep Motivated Each Day


On this video, we discover 4 easy tips to remain motivated on daily basis. If you’re trying to reduce weight, work out, keep in class or …



  1. Rather than finding a way to re-motivate your self on downs, build everyday-success-patterns that you do everyday (no matter what)! James Clear's Atomic Habits helped me a lot! Maybe it is good for you, too. 🙂

  2. so, when my dream is to become a famous actress and owning my own business, the goals are to learn about online marketing and searching/applying for acting roles 🙂

  3. Ever since covid started i felt depressed.. I used to be so happy and healthy. Now i feel like im trapped in a ugly small box and cant get out.. I want to be able to be happy, explore, and go outside to do basketball again.. But my dad is always too tired and i honestly get that.. I just wanna be happy..

  4. This question prompted me to search for enough information to be able to help you, and I actually got answers that will help you greatly. I will present them 1- to you in a brief and useful way.
    Choose goals that interest you. You’re much more likely to stay motivated if you’re working towards something that you genuinely want to do or achieve, rather than what other people want for you.
    2- Make your goal public. If you tell someone – or write down – your goal, you’ve essentially made a promise to keep your word.
    3- Break up your goal. Start with easier tasks and work your way up to bigger challenges. Breaking up a task in your mind into achievable chunks helps build confidence.
    4- Break up your goal. Start with easier tasks and work your way up to bigger challenges. Breaking up a task in your mind into achievable chunks helps build confidence.
    5-Surround yourself with designs that make you feel at peace, this will help you renew your energy and increase your enthusiasm and stay motivated
    for ex : https://cats-of-inta-t-shirt-2.creator-spring.com/listing/love-cat-cool-design-for-cat-l?product=369

  5. Just ONE simple thing to stay/be motivated: Love someone / Love what you do (do what you love), LOVE is strongest force in universe it gives you fuel for your life!!

  6. A novel procedure for developing an autotelic personality (or how to boost motivation quickly)

    The ideal for any scientist with a great idea is to be able to explain it in a minute, and to confirm or falsify it as quickly. The world record for this arguably goes to the English philosopher Samuel Johnson, who rejected Archbishop Berkeley’s argument that material things only exist in one’s mind by striking his foot against a large stone while proclaiming, “I refute it thusly!”

    Here is a similarly novel and useful idea that can be confirmed or refuted with a proverbial swift kick, and can also be easily explained through affective neuroscience (links below).

    Basic Facts:
    Endogenous opioids are induced when we eat, drink, have sex, and relax. Their affective correlate, or how it ‘feels’, is a sense of pleasure.

    Fun Fact:
    When we are concurrently perceiving some activity that has a variable and unexpected rate of reward while consuming something pleasurable, opioid activity increases and with it a higher sense of pleasure. In other words, popcorn tastes better when we are watching an exciting movie than when we are watching paint dry. The same effect occurs when we are performing highly variable or meaningful activity (creating art, doing good deeds, doing productive work) while in a pleasurable relaxed state. (Meaning would be defined as behavior that has branching novel positive implications). This is commonly referred to as ‘flow’ or ‘peak’ experience.

    So why does this occur?
    Dopamine-Opioid interactions: or the fact that dopamine activity (elicited by positive novel events, and responsible for a state of arousal, but not pleasure) interacts with our pleasures (as reflected by mid brain opioid systems), and can actually stimulate opioid release, which is reflected in self-reports of greater pleasure.

    Proof (or kicking the stone):
    Just get relaxed using a relaxation protocol such as progressive muscle relaxation, eyes closed rest, or mindfulness, and then follow it by exclusively attending to or performing meaningful activity, and avoiding all meaningless activity or ‘distraction’. Keep it up and you will not only stay relaxed, but continue so with a greater sense of wellbeing or pleasure. In short, this is a procedure to increase motivation to do meaningful work by increasing associated positive affect or pleasure, or making useful activity ‘autotelic’ or pleasurable in itself.

    A Likely Explanation, as if you need one!
    A more formal explanation from a neurologically based learning theory of this technique is provided on pp. 44-51 in a little open-source book on the psychology of rest linked below. (The flow experience discussed on pp. 81-86.) The book is based on the work of the distinguished affective neuroscientist Kent Berridge, who was kind to review for accuracy and endorse the work.

    Implications for ‘self-help’ from the neuroscience of incentives
    Affect in rest is labile, or changeable, and rest is not an inert and non-affective state, but modulates affective systems in the brain. In addition, the modulation of pleasurable affect induced by rest is not dependent upon a species of attention (focal meditation, mindfulness meditation), but is ‘schedule dependent’, and correlates with the variability of schedules or contingencies of reward and the discriminative aspects of incentives (i.e. their cognitive implications). In other words, sustained meaningful activity or the anticipation of acting meaningfully during resting states increases the affective ‘tone’ or value of that behavior, thus making productive work ‘autotelic’, or rewarding in itself.


    Rauwolf, P., et al. (2021) Reward uncertainty – as a 'psychological salt'- can alter the sensory experience and consumption of high-value rewards in young healthy adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (prepub)

    The Psychology of Rest

    The Psychology of Incentive Motivation and Affect

    Meditation and Rest, from International Journal of Stress Management, by this author

    Berridge Lab, University of Michigan https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/berridge-lab/

  7. 1. Convince yourself you want to do it.

    One of the easiest things you can do to motivate yourself is to think of the work you're about to do as not being so hard, after all.

    2. Take control.

    While it's easy to be overwhelmed by various personal and professional responsibilities, you can help yourself stay focused by keeping in mind that, at the very least, you are in control of your own actions.

    3. Surround yourself with other people who are working hard.

    No man (or woman!) is an island. In order to pursue your goals with everything you have, it's helpful to be around other people who are working just as hard.

    4. Break up your tasks into smaller tasks.

    "Break your hard work into component parts; it makes it easier to see where the obstacles are so you can be prepared to overcome them

    5. Stay focused.

    It's difficult to motivate yourself to keep working if you're not able to concentrate on the task at hand.

    6. Remember your "why."

    Nothing is more motivating than reminding yourself why you're doing the work in the first place. Whether you're building a product you love or simply putting food on the table for your family, it's crucial that you remain in touch with what inspires you.

    7. Stay positive.

    As anyone will tell you, failure is inevitable, but it's how you deal with failure that determines whether you will ultimately be successful.

    8. Motivating product actually helps.

    90 percent of those who keeps motivated and determine all the time wears Motivating T-shirts or getting mugs that has motivating quote on it I truly recommend you those :



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