Do you suffer a lack of motivation? have trouble getting out of bed in the morning and getting on with your life?. Motivation is a emotional response to a situation, some tasks de- motivate us some tasks motivate.When you are higly motivated you can make incredible progress in your life.

Hit new heights, achieve goals, be more positive with no more procrastination. Therse top tips will turn you from a tryer to a doer!


1. Set an achievable target for the amount of work you will do each day and stick do it. Don't try to overdo it; if you set unrealistic goals and then run out of time, it will de-motivate you.

2. Use clear and specific indicators to monitor your progress against the task; set realistic timelines that are achievable.

3. Visualise the desired outcome: see yourself already having achieved what you set out to do.

4. Start a motivation map. Put a pin board on your wall and pin up pictures of whatever it is that you want to achieve (i.e. new car, more rewarding job, improved fitness). Write down some 'trigger' words that will inspire you to live your dream. Look at the board every day and KNOW that you will get there.

5. Forget about the concept of "trying"; focus instead on either "doing" or "not doing"

6. Develop realistic expectations of yourself. Don't be over optimistic when it comes to setting goals, but be honest and say "I can do that" when you can. It may take time to reach your goal, but even a journey of a thousand miles starts with one small step.

7. Break down goals into bite-sized tasks; a little progress a day is better than none at all.

8. Minimize your self-defeating behaviours and thoughts, such as low confidence, perfectionism, and procrastination. Instead, focus on small improvements and small successes.

9. Reward yourself and feel good about your accomplishments, no matter how small. Don't just focus on what's left, or what you have not done, but focus on what you have achieved. Give yourself a pat on the back, look in the mirror, and say "Well done".

10. Feel your fear. Fear stops you dead and robs you of your dreams, but only IF YOU LET IT. Fear is the dark force of destruction, the crusher of spirit, hopes and aspirations. Instead of being ruled by fear, turn it around and use your fear of failure as a motivator to turn the negative into the positive and stick two fingers up to the world. Then you can look back and say "I did It".

Author's Bio: 

Ian Broadmore is the UKs leading personal development expert, founder of the Ian Broadmore Consultancy and The Abintra Clinic. Ian is featured regular in the media as an expert on personal development and stratergy management. Workming with both individuals who seek a better quality of life or corporations that require change management, he is based in Londons Harley Street.