Motivation Tip #50: Unify Your Goals

Motivation Tip # 50: Unify Your Goals

#50 of 77 Powerful Ways To Get Yourself Motivated Anytime So You Can Reach Your Goals Faster

Getting motivated and staying motivated isn’t such an easy task. Even people
who are successful in business and in personal relationships fall into slumps and
find it hard to get motivated.

If you’re in a slump right now, you know exactly what I mean. No matter how
many successes you’ve had in the past, it all seems irrelevant now. It seems like
no matter how hard you try, no matter what you do, you won’t be able to achieve
your goals; and even if you do, you’re not sure that accomplishing them will make
you feel any better.

Fortunately for you, no matter how bad it seems right now, it doesn’t have to stay
that way. You have a lot of options when it comes to breaking free of your slump
and getting motivated. This 77-day series tells you exactly how you
can do it.

By the time you’re done, you’ll have a powerful arsenal of tools at your disposal,
which you can use to get motivated, stay motivated, and achieve all of your

So keep going, find the motivation you need, and break free of your slump!

Unify Your Goals

Like most people, you have many goals. Some of them relate to work. Others
relate to your spouse and children. And others might relate to physical fitness,
hobbies, or goals you have outside of work.

Whatever your goals may be, it is useful and important to unify them by spending
some time to see exactly how it is that they interact with each other. For instance,
doing better at work might increase your salary, which might improve your
relationship by easing financial burdens and constraints.

You might also consider how improving your physical fitness might improve your
relationship with your spouse; and make you feel more comfortable and at ease
at work.

If you truly want to accomplish your goals, you have to start by getting motivated.
Without motivation, you simply won’t be able to muster up the drive to follow
through with your plans, complete your objectives, and eventually reach your

Fortunately, motivation doesn’t have to be something that is hard to come-by. It
is almost entirely driven by internal moods and decisions. This means that you
have a great deal of control over it; and can change it whenever you desire to get
better results. It’s just a matter of you making that decision and following through.
So, no matter where you find yourself today, there are ways to get motivated, to
turn things around, and to accomplish your goals. You can start by working
through the tips I’m providing in this series. Even if some of them don’t work
for you, you’ll find dozens of others that will get you moving on the right path; and
will help you to sustain your motivation until you reach that goal of yours.

Keep climbing your Everest!
– Rebecca Weingold

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