The word “motivation” is a buzzword that has certainly lost much of its meaning and impact as it has become as overused as terms like “integrity,” “teamwork,” “customer service” and “value.”
Regardless, it is the conduit to achieving bigger goals and the degree of how motivated an individual is can be the deciding factor in career success and longevity. To make motivation a daily part of your life takes practice and perseverance. I found the following article by Will Robertson in Selling Power magazine. He’s listed nine different strategies you can use to tap into your continued motivation and drive, especailly in times of waning endurance.
While some of his ideas may seem commonplace, the question is, are you still engaging in these healthy motivational practices? Take a look at some of these tools and choose the ones you can commit to following through on.
You can find the entire article here.