Habits control human life. Some habits are the reason for your success and some habits are like magnets that pull you away from your goals. They destroy your motivation and slow down your growth.
7 Habits That Destroy Your Motivation
Many people do not identify the habits that destroy motivation. Some people want to stop their bad habits, but find it difficult to break because those habits make them feel good. These habits take them in the wrong direction they don’t want.Many people do not identify the habits that destroy motivation. Click To Tweet
Watch the video explaining about 7 habits that are destroying motivation. This video will help you stop being lazy and boost your productivity, This also shows you what habits are hurting your motivation.
Most people have a wrong understanding that to be more productive, they have to do everything perfectly.
Perfectionism has nothing to do with how much you care about your work. It often comes from a fear of failure and hurts your work.
Many people waste their valuable time and energy by doing overtime work to ensure every little detail of the work is perfect. And in the end, they will end up with no time to do other important works.
Because of the unrealistic
Perfectionists have a wrong mentality that if things don’t work out the way they want, they do not stay motivated and will give up the work.
Comparisons are unhealthy, lower self-esteem and ruin relationships. It also becomes an obstacle in taking steps towards your goals and make you feel insecure.
It is not necessary that you should have enough money, self-confidence or authority as others to do something.
But never make the mistake of belittling your own aspirations because of this kind of silly problems.
You can try to learn from successful persons how they are doing and test using their methods.
Since you don’t let their successes stand in the way of your own, there is nothing wrong with learning from people you admire.
3. Waiting To Work – Procrastination
You should learn to start and stop working at the same time every day. It is crucial to start a routine for daily work. But once started, your mind and body will adjust to maintain the work on a schedule and you won’t feel the need to procrastinate.
Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.Mason Cooley
Efficient multitasking is difficult. When you are multitasking you are just alternating your attention between different things and not focusing on multiple things together.
5. Allowing Distractions
Distractions force your mind to try to concentrate on two or more things at once. But they actually take things one step further.
One way to boost our will power and focus is to manage our distractions instead of letting them manage us.
6. Being a “yes man”
Many times it’s challenging to overcome the social pressures and say ‘Yes’ to please people who approach you for help. But you will get more respect if you are open and honest about your priorities.
So, don’t feel bad or afraid to inform people you value your own time. Learn to say ‘NO’ as and when necessary.
You should have self-confidence in your decisions. That confidence will help you motivated to work hard and achieve success beyond your expectations.
I am very indecisive. I’m always afraid of making the wrong decision.
Learn to Overcome bad habits that destroy your motivation and block your success and happiness. It is difficult to break bad habits because your mind will remind you of the pleasures of those habits.
Remember, it is not possible in a short time, but if you have a will, you can take control of your mind. You can break bad habits to bring happiness and success in your life.
Do you have any habits that destroy your motivation?
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