I was recently sent an email asking which posts I would recommend from my #5MinMotivation series. The reader wanted an idea of the content in this series before she subscribed to my email list. I sent her a list of 5 posts to start off with.
Are you looking for a Motivational Post Blog Roundup? Here are some posts I recommend:
Are you stuck trying to find out your next course of action for a project or goal? Sometimes it is easy to get caught on the next step. You want to ensure that there are as little detours as possible. This desire to make it perfect is usually what holds you back. This post is about envisioning what you would do differently if you could not fail.
You probably don’t always get want you want. After all, where is the excitement in that. With every disappointment, comes a reaction. You can keep yourself motivated and keep going, or discouraged and give up. What this post is about is a lesson in what really matters most, even if you didn’t achieve success right away.
In life, you will have goals that you want to accomplish. Some of them will come fast and easy. Others, despite moving and plugging away, seem to gain no ground. Don’t get discouraged. You may not see the results right away, but your actions are slowly starting to gain momentum. Eventually, once you break ground, much like the Chinese Bamboo tree, amazing things will start happening.
There is something just as important, if not more important than goal setting. Without it, the whole process of goal setting is pointless. This article shares what that is.
Being motivated does not guarantee you stay motivated. It is something you need to work on daily. It can become easy to be discouraged. You need to be tougher than that discouragement. Find ways to keep that spark ignited.
This is just a small example of my weekly #5MinMotivation blog post. Sometimes, you just need that mental jolt to keep you going.
Our lives can get pretty hectic and it can be easy to get lost in our actions. When we are so focused on what is ahead, we forget to pause, reflect and find ways to energize our minds. These 5-minute motivation posts are meant to give you that recharge. The goal is to give you a 5-minute Vitamin for your mind through quotes, posts and videos. It is also meant to challenge your thinking and inspire you to take action.
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