Let's create a long-term goal first. By setting specific and clear goals, individuals experience greater output and better performance.
By breaking up a large goal into smaller pieces, you can intentionally chip away at your larger goal, piece by piece.
When you let your to-do list pile up with tasks that you despise doing, it can turn into a motivation killer.
Whether you want to eventually move up in your company, take your current position to the next level, amp up your skills, or make a big career pivot—there's a mentor out there for you.
There are plenty of places to learn new work-related skills. Maybe this is the day you finally take that UX design class.
Research shows that practicing gratitude at work is linked to reduced stress, more positivity at work, and increased goal-setting.
Finding ways to try new things could be the trick to breaking out of your funk—and the same goes for colleagues who might appreciate a new challenge.
Make space for your achievements, your milestones, and all the small successes in between. Every human being likes a little reward to boost morale and stay motivated.
Make the time to get feedback—whether from your manager, a coworker, or maybe a mentor within your industry.
Avoid the work colleagues that tend to neg on the company. Better yet, challenge their negativity with a positive reply.
Even dream jobs come with their share of frustrations, as well as the occasional assignment that, while less than glamorous, can’t be ignored.
If you've gone through all of the above steps and you're still feeling completely unmotivated, maybe it's time for a break.