Keeping motivated

Last Update: May 01, 2020

Some mornings you have no interest in working - missing the morning routine right now- feeling the strains of the weeks work on your shoulders, when feeling unmotivated read and implement these rules and work through that flat spot. Success is there to be achieved by all. It's Our actions that are the catalyst.

You need to develop plans and goals for everything you do. (Only top 3% of the world do this)
You must plan every single day the night before.

1. Set the table, clarity, write out goals.

2. Plan every day in advance, think on paper.

3. Apply the 80/20 rule to everything, focus on the 20%.

4. Focus on the task with one highest reward/consequence.

5. Prioritize tasks, 123 outsource.

6. Focus on key result areas. (The area that matters most)

7. Obey the law of force efficiency, do the most important task.

8. Planning proper prior planning prevents poor performance.

9. Do your homework, become knowledgeable on your key task.

10. Put the healthy pressure on yourself, pretend you have to leave for a month and you must completeall your tasks.

11. Do the most difficult task first.


If you stop working, repeat to yourself, back to work, back to work, back to work, back to work,
If you ever procrastinate on a task, firmly repeat to yourself DO IT NOW, DO IT NOW,

BE HONEST – WORK HARD AND SMART

REMEMBER – It's A WASTE OF TIME READING THESE RULES UNLESS YOU APPLY THEM

Let the sun set this evening with you looking forward to tomorrows targets with enthusiasm and realize and acknowledge what you achieved today.


I Hope this inspires someone

Regards

Mark


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a1jonuk1 Premium
Thanks for the post above, especially this bit:

“If you stop working, repeat to yourself, back to work, back to work, back to work, back to work,
If you ever procrastinate on a task, firmly repeat to yourself DO IT NOW, DO IT NOW,”

Think I need to print that out and frame it, can;t seem to settle with anything today, It's 1.30pm and not really got anything done.

Andy.
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LMH1968 Premium Plus
Great advice
Thank you for sharing
Lisa
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JeffreyBrown Premium
It gives you a jump start into the next day! I always have several projects in various stages of completion ongoing!
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Momo722 Premium
Great Post . That’s so true! I will definitely start doing that . Thanks for sharing...
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amjadjudeh Premium
Great article Mark!
True, a small action from the day before can push today's performance forward.

Sometimes, when I finish an article and publish it, even if you don't plan to publish another one on that day, I start the new one and write the first paragraph and then leave it so that the next day I feel already ahead and find it easier to continue rather than start from scratch.

Amjad
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Momo722 Premium
Smart move .
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