7  Tips How to Increase Self Motivation

Posted: January 14, 2018 by Natalya Rahmany

How to increase self-motivation?

Is it happen to you that you set goals but you have no energy to do it? You have planned even with concrete plan dates but you have no enough motivation to do it?

It happens not only to you but to most of us. How to recruit motivation to accomplish all this? 


After all, our comfort zone is so hard for us to leave.

Read 7 tips to improve self-motivation!

When I have to recruit motivation for something, I read these 7 principles and start working!

1. Make constant efforts to improve self-discipline

One of the most important principles for practicing self-discipline is to stop pleasurable but less effective pursuits and resume effective pursuits for you.

You must make constant efforts to improve self-discipline. The above principle works in various areas of life.


2. Do not postpone things you can do today

One of the most misconceptions is that we have a lot of time ahead of us.

We think: “The whole life before me” or “I am still young” or “I will make the money right now I want to enjoy.” Time passes and suddenly people realize that in fact there is no time but it is late to do some of the things.

Do not postpone things you can do today. Do it immediately.

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3. Start thinking positively, and with time the habit of thinking positively will eliminate the habit of thinking negatively

Just imagine when you get up in the morning and think, “Oh, How do I want to go on sleeping?”

Another example: When your manager makes you constructive criticism and you think “Do not appreciate me here and all the time only criticism, long time I have to look elsewhere”.

In these cases, our subconscious goes with our negative thoughts and we program ourselves not to succeed and think positive.

Try to change the attitude, tell yourself in the morning, “Excellent morning, I feel wonderful, a new day and a job I love waiting for me”

Even though you do not agree with that, but when you say things by heart, a lot of things change.


4. Personal Development and Vision

Personal development involves a vision of where to move, and who you want to be.

Only you, create and connect the picture of the world you want to be in, work on this picture, and improve it every day.


5. Continuous work on yourself

All that gives a person a serious and lasting positive result is the result of his systematic and continuous work on himself.

Do not break up with a few things you want to improve but make a list of “Self-Improvement Program” for the coming year and start one by one.

Choose what is most important to you right now.

For instance: Active physical activity or lose weight and try to persevere.

Self Motivation

6. Workout

It is not so important what type of workout- Is it running, walking, golfing, or swimming – but all the training you perform will train your will and not just your body.

Start with a small step like walking 30 minutes every day and you’ll be amazed at how much energy it will give you to start your day and your mood will improve.

The key concept in any process: persevere, persevere, and persevere.

7. Compare yourself to yourself

I have always compared myself throughout life with others.

Recently after an internal job on myself, I realized that it was not contributing to me, but the result is the opposite that more destroys me. It makes me constantly just look at others and try to constantly compete with them.

True, the competition between people brings to progress but with it creates feelings in you “I feel less equal” so you better look at it differently. Then I changed my attitude, stopped comparing myself with others, began to examine only my own results against myself.

What does it do?

It is equally challenging but at the same time makes you more motivated.


Concentrate on your results and not on others. When you look in the mirror, you see yourself and not others in it.


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