What does it mean to get your mojo back? Well, it can mean different things to different people. For me, it’s getting my motivation and drive back to reignite loving what I love to do. Sometimes you can get a bit sidetracked in life, and you start living your life for others, instead of living life for yourself. You let go of the hope that those who love you will join you on your journey, because that’s the way it’s supposed to be, right?
I love this quote: “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing–that’s why we recommend it daily.” This is so true. Motivation is so powerful and when you are a motivated person, you feel like you can do and accomplish anything. Well, let’s say you lost your motivation…how do you get it back? That’s where I am right now and I truly believe that there was a period in time in which I lost it.
Sometimes it is frustration, being exhausted, tired or not having others around that support you, which cause you to lose that motivation. That’s what happened to me. I got to the point where I was tired and my body just shut down and, in turn, my mind shut down. For me, putting too much emphasis on diet and training instead of SURRENDERING to the process and enjoying the journey led to slacking off in the gym and not staying on track with my food.
For my clients that lack motivation, I try to inspire them everyday by my actions and hoping that has some sort of domino effect in their life. Sometimes just showing that I care about their well being and health helps tremendously. One must have a support system that encourages their goals and sympathizes with changes in lifestyle.
Set goals and understand that there will be good and bad days but as long as your goals are never out of reach then it’s a no lose situation for you.
You can be miserable. Or you can motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s ALWAYS YOUR choice.
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