We all got habits that are destroying your motivation.
We all got goals to set, but the habits are destroying your motivation to achieve your goals.
The habits that are destroying your motivation for success. They are your distraction is to hold you back, stop you from succeeding and keep you in the same situation.
Your goal is to be more productive but your mind is telling you to be unproductive.
You get distracted from entertainments like watching a TV show, watching a series, playing computer games and many others that stop us from being motivated.
Habits that are destroying your motivation
These are the 7 habits that are destroying your motivation to achieve your goals:
Waiting to work
Habit number 1.
Perfectionism: people commonly make the mistake thinking you have to make everything is perfect to be productive. Perfectionism often hurts your work for more it helps. Most of the time perfectionism has nothing to do for how much you care about work. It comes from fear because you’re scared. You’re scared that your work isn’t going to be good enough if you leave it as it is.
Habit number 2.
Comparing: comparison often stop you from taking important steps towards your goals, leaving you feeling insecure or intimidated by all the people who are doing better than you.
Habit number 3.
Waiting to work: waiting for the perfect time to work is procrastination. People often wait too long to start their work. For example, you’re going to do some housework today but you wanted to do it tomorrow because you can’t be bothered with it. The next day, you promised that you’re going to do some housework but you didn’t do it, you make an excuse that you’re going to do it next week. People procrastinate about their work towards success. If you change your mindset to be more productive then you won’t procrastinate. Over time, your body and mind will get so used to working on a schedule that you won’t feel the need to procrastinate. Procrastination is all in your mind.
Habit number 4.
Multitasking: a lot of people make the same mistake every day because truly efficient multitasking is almost impossible. Think about your eating a meal while you’re watching TV and you left your TV on.
Multitasking also impedes your ability to solve complex problems and think deeper about specific subjects, which both require intense concentration.
Habit number 5.
Allowing distraction: do you do the work while your TV is on? Like multitasking, these distractions force your mind to try to concentrate on two or more things at once, but they actually take things one step further.
Habit number 6.
Saying yes: you might have trouble to stay motivated because you’re too focused on doing something that what other people want you to do. If you’re looking to be more sociable and get out of your shell then being a yes man is a step for the right direction. Don’t be surprised if you end up with less time on your project. When you agree to help someone, you’re not committed to an hour to work for them, you’re giving up valuable time, effort, and thought. Don’t be afraid to say “no,” if they ask you for help. Let them know that you’re busy, so they can respect you. Learn how to say “no” so they know that you’re busy.
Habit number 7.
Indecisiveness: being calm and decisive takes quite a bit of practice but having confident helps you to work hard. By giving yourself a rigid deadline, you can stop yourself from standing in your own way. You should feel confident about your work, don’t be afraid to make mistakes.