Motivation gives us the inspiration to achieve our goals. It provides us an incentive to help us to grow, learn, and develop self-organizational skills. We build stamina through motivation. To understand how motivation develops and how it applies to self-organization we must learn a few steps in the developmental phase.
First, we must make a promise to ourselves. That promise is to work through self-growth processes while building on our purpose, the strength of mind and so forth to cultivate self-discipline. It will in turn motivate you.
How your discomforts affect you:
The second step is to learn to understand and take control of your discomforts. Discomforts are what hold us back many times. It is because many people fail to understand their discomforts. Often these people remain confused, rather than trying to figure out why what, when who, and how they became uncomfortable. One of the largest discomforts many people face today is stressing over examines. They hear the term, test, and go into a frenzy. The discomfort keeps them in this state of mind until the test is completed and then they start to realize that it wasn’t that bad. Had these people studied, prepared, and organized their study time they would probably experience little if any stress at all during testing. We must realize that if putting off your duties could take you through the one-step program of failure.
Time is important. When we value time, it gives us some space to organize our life. Recognizing the value of time will also help you accept your discomforts. Discomfort can either make you or break you. That is avoiding your discomforts can set you back. Therefore, learn to change the mind and body to conform to your discomforts.
You can use subliminal learning and meditation to help you master your discomforts. Remember, discomfort builds anxiety and leads to embarrassment. This is because people will notice that you have failed to accept your discomforts, which shows a sign of weaknesses and failure.
When people lack motivation, they may find areas of the test they feel a lack of confidence. Instead of letting it get you down, you can study harder to build confidence to master the area of weakness. Studying harder helps you to learn various ways to solve problems. Perhaps taking a test is not the source of discomfort. Instead, the uneasiness could be the position in which you are sitting. If you feel soreness in your position, rearrange your body so that it feels more relaxed.
You can use self-talk to discuss how despondent the test makes you feel. Often when we use self-talk, we find that our discomforts were a state of mind. The mind is powerful and can hold us back from success. Using self-talk, you will often find there was not an issue, to begin with, and that you just added burden to discomfort. It will affect your organizational skills.
Sometimes we have to turn up the pressure to accomplish what we intended to do. For example, if your test is due tomorrow move up the date to next week. This will apply pressure on you to finish the test on time. Or else, you can turn down the pressure to implement time to complete the test.
If you are feeling utterly unnerving with the test and feel unclear about the subject, thus you have permission to ask for help or support. It is your human right. You could invite a few friends over to study and prepare for the test with you? Sometimes we just have to write our plans one day at a time to organize our time and space in order to complete our duties.
© Work Hard & Feel Good ©