Motivation is powerful and puzzling. It is defined simply as the desire to do things. Why can something so simple make life so complicated?
At times, it can be a fleeting desire – difficult to recapture once it is lost. This is particularly true after a major setback or working toward a long-term goal. It happens to the best of us, you’re on a roll at work, close to your goal and then slowly (or suddenly) you lose it, you’re stalled. Some call it a rut, a slump or a loss of mojo.
Thankfully, countless tips and tricks can be found and scientific studies have even proven some strategies are better than others. But finding what truly works for you comes from trial and error.
Do you know what works for you? Take a minute to read a few tips on how to find self-motivation in my weVENTURE EDGE Column in this week’s FLORIDA TODAY Business section, here.
Rebecca Shireman is the assistant public relations manager at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. She currently serves as the chair of the board of directors of weVENTURE and is a member of the Bridges Foundation board of directors. She is an active member of the Junior League of South Brevard, Inc., The Haven for Children Guild and volunteers with various other organizations throughout the community. She is the recipient of Lead Brevard’s 4 Under 40 award, Junior League’s Spirit of the League and ABWA’ s Making a Difference award.