Most Important Keep a Positive Attitude
The Motivation Technique: 10 Steps
1. Start simple
Keep motivators around your work area – things that give you that initial spark to get going.
2. Keep good company
Make more regular encounters with positive and motivated people. This could be as simple as IM chats with peers or a quick discussion with a friend who likes sharing ideas.
3. Keep learning
Read and try to take in everything you can. The more you learn, the more confident you become in starting projects.
4. See the good in bad
When encountering obstacles or challenging goals, you want to be in the habit of finding what works to get over them.
5. Stop thinking
Just do. If you find motivation for a particular project lacking, try getting started on something else. Something trivial even, then you’ll develop the momentum to begin the more important stuff.
6. Know yourself
Keep notes on when your motivation sucks and when you feel like a superstar. There will be a pattern that, once you are aware of, you can work around and develop.
7. Track your progress
Keep a tally or a progress bar for ongoing projects. When you see something growing, you will always want to nurture it.
8. Help others
Share your ideas and help friends get motivated. Seeing others do well will motivate you to do the same. Write about your success and get feedback from readers.
9. Find Mentors
Find people who are willing to mentor you. Have conversations with them on a regular basis - understand that they might be busy and value their time. You will be surprised at the difference a mentor can have in your life.
10. Set Daily Goals
The night before or in the morning, create a list of things you need to achieve. Follow the list through out the day and check all the things you completed. You will find it gratifying hitting the checkbox.
Amar Gandhi, 28