Read that again.
“You did not come this far to only come this far.”
Even now, as you are reading this starter’s guide. You didn’t put in this time and effort to stop now.
I use this picture as the background of my computer to help keep me motivated. It is a good reminder to keep going because reaching my end goal, like you reaching yours, is going to be amazing!
Motivation is your ally. This is going to keep you moving and get you through the tough times.
The great thing about motivation is that you can learn to motivate yourself.
It is vital to your success and maintaining consistency, so it is something you should always continue to work on.
Keep in mind, what works for one person does not necessarily work for everyone. It can be a trial and error process to see what works for you.
If someone says, “do this, it always works for me,” don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t work for you.
You aren’t broken. It just isn’t the thing for you.
You want to start each day off as motivated as possible. To keep up with it, I suggest keeping a list of what you find motivates you and what doesn’t.
Then, on days when you don’t want to work on your goal, you can look at the list and use it to get you moving.
Think of this list as your kick ass list because it will show you what to do and what not to do, allowing you to kick ass!
If you are someone that finds it hard to get and stay motivated, you might just need to put extra work in.
And if you really want to put that work in, you can check out Mastering Your Motivation Workbook to help you get motivated.
How To Use This Today
You can start using this by marking your list of what motivates you and what doesn’t. I know what you are thinking. Yes, another list.
I always recommend writing it down because it helps you to remember and it is an easy reference guide.
After a while, you will remember all of this and won’t need to refer back to your lists. But it is the best place to start!