In the last several weeks, I have been working on a PLR product about motivation. So I’ve been reading, thinking, and writing about motivation a lot. I’ve also been reflecting on my own experiences with being and staying motivated — or not. And my philosophy on motivation boils down to two things. First, if you want to be true to your goals, be sure that your goals are your own. And second, if you aren’t motivated to work towards goals that are legitimately your own, your key to discovering why is mindfulness.
Make Your Goals Your Own
You will always find it difficult to commit to someone else’s goals. I’m all for mentorships, advice from elders, family input, support groups, and community influence. Listen to their advice but don’t let them make your decisions for you.