What’s killing my motivation and how do I fix it are two questions many clients come to me with. They usually have something they want and can’t seem to get themselves to DO what they need to do to get it. There are lots of reasons they think are the problem – they don’t know the right thing to do, they have a mindset issue, they need to be more organized, more disciplined, manage their time better, etc. While there may be some truth to these beliefs, they are surface issues, which is why people struggle to solve them on their own.
In this episode of Unlimited, I explore the deeper issues that may be killing your motivation and share some solutions to re-energize taking action.
Some of what I talk about in this episode includes:
- Beliefs about motivation that sabotage you
- Understanding motivation
- What’s wrong with Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs
- Patterns of confidence and self-doubt in compassionate people
- Check ins to increase motivation
Thank you for listening and be sure to tune in next week for more tips on motivation and time management!
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LINKS REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE:
Psychology Today – Motivation
The Blackfoot Origins of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Unlearning Internalized Beauty Standards
More Self-Control Is Not Always The Answer
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