Finding motivation in uncertain times

The current uncertainty has impacted our drive, desire and motivation to get moving in the day.  The days roll into one another and there are no defined time constructs that enable us to realise our gains or losses of time.  Media is unhelpful and students cannot plan for their future, or so they think.

We can all do with a little internal drive to set ourselves on course.  So how do we do this?  What do we need to do to get our MOJO back?

Having just used the word MOJO, I was reminded this week of difference in cultural understandings of words.  This is a word I use often to describe “energy and zest for life”.  One of my delegates looked the word up and told me that it comes from an African origin and is used to describe our energy.  Phew!  How to get your MOJO back is to do good things in the day, find happiness in the now, appreciate the small things, do good deeds for others….

So back to my question of finding motivation in uncertain times… try the simply things in life by doing good for another.  Get your crayons and dream about better things in life.  Also have a little listen to this short video I made recently about motivation.  Click here!

The above video forms part of a 28 day inspirational video series and includes a downloadable Thought Diary.  To access this, please click here.

Have a wonderful day getting your MOJO back!

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